When your mentor is The Legendary DJ Scratch of Hip Hop group EPMD, expectations run high that your skills must be incredible on the turntables. Add in the fact of being female and Asian, and you definitely have something to prove. DJ June has shown that gender and ethnicity has nothing to do with being one of the best on the 1s and 2s. And She’s done it in front of toughest crowds of all, in New York City, the birth place of hip hop. DJ June has already performed in LA, North Carolina, NYC, Atlantic City, Miami, Boston, Taiwan, China, Virgin Island etc…
She was also the official DJ for Playboy Magazine.From more intimate locations in NYC’s big venues like Marquee, Avalon, Duvet, The Roxy, Mars 2112, China Club, Exit, and the Copacabana…. She has consistently rocked the crowd. In addition to venues, June has also worked hotels such as the Club Providence in Tropicana Hotel, Caesars Hotel and Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City. DJ June has spun at Global Spin Awards 2015 on Revolt TV, toured with Playboy Magazine, Nike, Adidas, etc.. and sparked dance floors at celebrity birthday parties and album release events for the likes of P.Diddy, Lil’ Kim, Vivica Fox, Jim Jones, Fabolous, etc….
Her resume speaks for itself–in her every day life, DJ June is definitely enthusiastic and focused on the music, not ego trippin’.Many DJs specialize in style or genres of music. DJ June’s specialty is just playing what is hot, what is good, and what is classic. She utilizes a gumbo mix of old and new school Hip Hop, R&B, Reggae, 80s Pop, Rock, House, Dance, Mash Up, and Classic tunes that are to please everyone in the building. Her transitions from one genre of music to the next are flawless. How many DJs have had publication and media coverage strictly for their skills and crowd-pleasing taste on the turntables? DJ June has been featured in XXL, Scratch Magazine (Premier Issue), Swede Magazine, Flaunt, Hush, and on MTV, MTV2, Revolt TV, BET, Court TV, NYC TV, BCAT and more.
DJ June started out at the Institute of Audio Research studying to become a professional studio engineer. After graduation, she began working as a buyer specializing in vinyl at downtown Brooklyn’s legendary Beat Street Records and interning at a recording studio. At that time, DJ June was making beats which naturally lead to her becoming interested in DJing. Through her work at Beat Street, she consistently met major party and Hip Hop DJs and major label recording artists who would drop by to shop or sign at artist in-store events. The finishing touches in June’s training came when DJ Scratch showed her how to read the crowd and other tricks of the trade, including the all-important advice on dealing with the music industry. She has the experience, the knowledge, and the skills. From the recording studio to the club, she has and can do it all. With a ear to the streets and a ear for the perfect blend, it is little wonder DJ June is now being asked to DJ internationally.