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Dj K Black

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Country : United States of America

Style : HipHop, RANDB, House, Reggae, DanceHall

Availability : Europe, SouthAmerica, Asia, Africa

Website: www.djkblack.com

Biography : DJ K Black is one of the most sought after dee-jay’s in the industry. His history with turntabl-ism began at the early age of sixteen in New York, in the birthplace of hip-hop, The South Bronx. Son to an avid music collector, Dj K Black wasn’t introduced to music, but raised on it. In the era of original 12-inch vinyl, Dj K Black got his start dee-jaying at community events and also for local charities. From there he hit the club scene. This is where his selections represent the city in-which he’s from. Success happens when preparation meets opportunity. This is why DJ K Black went from dee-jaying charity and local community events, to building many of the New York hotspots in the tri-state area. Quickly developing a name for himself, DJ K Black gained momentum at clubs and parties. He became renowned for his music savvy ears, quick hands and widespread appeal. People quickly took notice of his powerful style and universal personality. As his fan base expanded, he began slinking around clubs and into the public eye. He was deejaying not only in New York, but all around the U.S. bringing together huge crowds from many different markets. He is in demand. He has been recognized on the party scene for his consistent playing, seamless combination of diverse rhythms and genres. He has created a distinct dee-jaying style for himself. Throughout his career, he has dee-jay’ed several prominent events such as album release parties and premium events alongside the industry’s best entertainers and sports figures. Attendees include Dancehall’s superstar Sean Paul, Kerry Rhodes of the New York Jets, Travis of Gym Class Heroes, and many other recording artist such as Cassie, Rick Ross, The Dream, Jeremih, Legendary Rock Star Joan Jett, Wilmer Valderrama & Talib Kweli just to name a few. Some of the dee-jay’s he has dee-jay’ed alongside include: Power 105.1’s Suss.One, Mtv’s Cipha Sounds, the late DJ A.M. and many more. Dj K Black has also made appearances on the legendary ‘Video Music Box’ (New York) and on the several college tours including stops at University of Massachusetts, UCONN, Yale, Temple, & Penn State. Recently radio has been a concurred as DJ K Black has made an appearance on The Beat (KNRJ 92.7 | 99.3) in Phoenix, AZ in addition to Eminems Shade 45, Sirius | XM satellite radio on G-Unit’s “BIG SUNDAYS” and “The Gomez Brothers.” DJ K Black has a very extensive list of philanthropic efforts as well. He has donated his services to help several charities and causes in his career such as Urban Go Green, Urban Mentors, “Envirolution”, “Aspira”and “AmeriCorps.” One of his most memorable experiences was in his own words were: “I arrived at club NV and started to open for a dj that I consider my mentor and my needles broke. I had back ups but imagine a needle moving from the edge to the center and not realizing it cause your listening to the other turntable in cue. I literally was in a zone…” Dj K Black is just beginning to define himself within the industry and doesn’t look like he’s stopping anytime soon. You can find him spinning weekly at several different venues including New York’s celebrity visited hot spots: Arena, 1 Oak, Marquee, Pink Elephant, M2 Ultra Lounge and Green House, in addition to other markets throughout the U.S.

Scene Reference : Famous club in New York City such as: - 1 Oak - Marquee - Pink Elephant - M2 Ultra Lounge - Green House

Discography : You can check: http://www.djkblack.com/blog/media/mix-tapes http://www.djkblack.com/blog/media/radio-shows


Videos :

K Black on G-Unit Radio