NYC deejay, Charles Browne is set to spin at DJ For A Cure X PUMA’s second event this Thursday, June 26 at No.8. Check out the Q&A below to get to know him!
- How/ Why did you get involved with DJ4C?
(CB) My friend DJ Quiana Parks told me about the event DJ4C and about the cause and I told her I wanted to get involved anyway that I could help.
- How has the organization impacted you personally?
(CB) Personally, it brings me joy to be able to use my talents to help such an amazing cause.
- How did you start DJing?
(CB) I started DJing when I was 12 years old with my parents old record player and a cassette deck doing little mixes for my friends and family
- How would you describe your mixing style?
(CB) Top 40s meets world. I like to blend hits with records you may not hear normally in the clubs or on the radio
- What is some of the music you are loving as of late?
(CB) I’m starting to fall back in love with RnB. I really like John Legends new project. There is also an RnB singer from Harlem named Jarred Scott who has some summer-time heat
- What are some of your favorite music artists?
(CB) Thats a tough one because I love all styles of music, but Marvin Gaye Miles Davis and Tupac all have a song for any mood that I may be in. So those 3 guys.
- What are some of the projects you have been working on as of late?
(CB) Working on runway music for SS15 fashion week. I’m also opening a pop-up mens boutique in upstate NY that is launching in Fall of 2014.
Click the link below to listen to some of Charles’ latest work, it’s dope!
Approximately every 3 minutes one person in the United States is diagnosed with a blood cancer and approximately every 10 minutes someone in the US dies from a blood cancer.
Facts like these are the reason the DJ for a Cure movement began; the organization is comprised of a group of deejays, visual artists, musicians, advocates, and the dopest cancer survivor, DJ Quiana Parks. They all came together with the sole purpose of raising awareness to fight blood cancers by using their creativity.
As you can tell DJ for a Cure is heavily rooted in the arts and all of you supporters may not be as artsy as you’d like, but that doesn’t mean you can’t help flip these cancer facts to fiction by helping to make a change. There are dozens of ways to help change the devastating statistics. Go check out djforacure.com to see how you can get involved.
Whether it’s donating a few bucks, attending the next DJ4C event, or joining the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Light the Night Walk we are all capable of flipping the script on these facts and fighting for a cure.
Before you know it you’ll become the next ‘advocate junqui‘!
*Information provided by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Facts of Spring 2014.
Continue to check thejunqui for more DJ 4 A Cure posts!
…and it don’t stop.
So for the past few months my skin is doing this new thing called breaking out! It’s the worst! My skin right now looks nothing like photo above. I had clear skin all my life and now at the age of “none of yo’ damn business!!!” it wants to get pimples…ugh. So anyways, I turned to my imaginary circle of celeb BFFs (hey, Zoe Saldana and Cara Delevingne ) for advice.
That didn’t work! While going to your friends is good for talking about good eyeliners, it’s a bit more complicated when we’re talking skin care — what works brilliantly for one person may be complexion kryptonite for another.
So today I finally went to a dermatologist as a last resort, the person to go to when nothing else has worked and your skin is in dire straits. My Derm gave me some great tips and product recommendations— Here are some great tips for you…read more after the flip!
Hear DJ M.O.S. do his thing on his new killer mixtape Electric Boogie. You will find yourself unleashing a lot of coiled energy and new found creativity while listening to this awesome mixtape. It’s fair to say that DJ M.O.S. is one of New York’s leading music exponents, and one of the country’s most sought out DJs! For his Electric Boogie mix, M.O.S.’ tracklist shows off his unique ear for music. Including some of his own Bootleg Edits featuring songs by Kendrick Lamar, TNGHT, Trinidad James, The Killers and more. Electric Boogie is firmly geared towards the dancefloor, taking in plenty of exciting, hands-high moments, before moving into more melodic, spacey club sounds, but never letting things get too restrained.
Powered by Monster Headphones
1. Firebeatz vs Daft Punk – Gangster Technologic (M.O.S. Intro)
2. Icona Pop vs AC/DC vs Sick Individuals – I Love Thunderstruck (M.O.S. Bootleg)
3. Hard Rock Sofa vs 2 Chainz – Rasputin’s BIrthday (M.O.S. Edit)
4. Nari & Milani vs Maurizio Gubellini X Nicci X Whitney Houston – Whiteny’s Vado (M.O.S. Bootleg)
5. Knife Party vs Trinidad James – LRAD (M.O.S. Popped A Molly Edit)
6. JaCeeOh vs Kendick Lamar vs AfroJack vs Carnage vs Nirvana – Poetic Justice’s Love Buzz (M.O.S. Edit)
7. Kendrick Lamar vs The Killers – Swimming in Pools on the Brightside (M.O.S. Bootleg)
8. Dillon Francis vs TNGHT vs Baauer – Bootleg Fireworks Reaching For Higher Ground (M.O.S. Bootleg)
9. A$AP Rock – Wild For The Night
10. Diplo – Express Yourself (Gents & Jawns Trap Remix)
11. Kanye West – Clique (Keys N Krates Remix)
12. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis vs TJR X Rock-It! Scientists – Can’t Hold Us Ode To Oi Bootleg (M.O.S. Bomb The Bass Edit)
13. Henry Fong vs Toby Green vs Benny Benassi vs Daft Punk – Aerodynamic Revival Cinema (M.O.S. Bootleg)
14. Amtrac – Never Dug Disco
15. Pharrell Williams vs Uffie vs Black Ivory vs Armand Van Helden – Add Suv’s Mainline (M.O.S. Edit)
16. Oliver – MYB
17. Steve Aoki & Chris Lake & Tujamo – Boneless
18. AfroJack & Chris Brown – As Your Friend
19. Max Vangeli & AN21 vs Armin Van Buren – Bombs Over D# Fat (M.O.S. Bootleg)
20. Zedd – Clarity – (Torro Torro Remix)
21. Imagine Dragons – Radioactive (dberrie Remix)
22. Knife Party – EDM Death Machine
23. Showtek – Slow Down
24. Ralvero – Fuck What You Heard
25. Diplo & Switch Ft. TT & Lewis Cancut – Dat A Freak (Mighty Mi & Slugworth Trap Remix)
26. Big Sean – A$$ (Alex Young Edit)
27. Kanye West – New Slaves (Cy Kosis Remix)
28. Smizzymack – Drip
29. Jay-z – Tom Ford
“Expressing women’s notions, desires and experiences through fashion’.. is what Dimepiece’s Summer 2013 collection is all about.
The title Woman-Hood, was the perfect name for the bold mix of sporty , sexy and playful pieces. Its such an inspiration to see women in street wear representing us in such a positive way! Kudos to Ashley and Laura for creating this LA based collection. On the next page take a look at the apparel and accessories collection launching May 28, 2013. We can’t wait! Xx Quiana
Nearly a year after the track was first released, Kid Cudi and Dot Da Genius bring back theirWZRD tune “Teleport 2 Me, Jamie” in the form of a video. The clip was directed by Walter Robot. Enjoy.
For the current issue of V Magazine, Mario Testino shootet two of the hottest ladies in the showbiz right now. Rihanna and Kate Moss are posing provocatively in the SM inspired spread. Check out the gallery on the next page before saving the print issue in December
While the world is still vibing along to Kendrick Lamar‘s full-length debut good kid, m.A.A.d city, a rather surprising treat has reached the digital sphere. Lady Gaga took to Twitter to share a visual which contains the audio version of an early version of the good kid, m.A.A.d city cut “B*tch Don’t Kill My Vibe” featuring vocal contribution from Gaga herself. It has been previously reported that the release of their collaboration “Partynausous” was not postponed since Gaga was “not willing to compromise musically to the changes his team was making to my music.” On that note, have a listen above.
Without a word. Following the first of three sold out back-to-back NYC shows, Abel Tesfaye, aka The Weeknd, has released this new track titled “Enemy“. His debut album Trilogy is out November 13, 2012.
American curator of fine tunes, StaiFLY, comes through with a rather unusual offering just in time for the end of Summer 2012. Honoring the legacy of the prime time breakup season he gives us his latest mixtape “F*** Love, Lets Dance!”.
Download F*** Love, Let’s Dance, featuring mash-ups and remixes of songs to make you want to trade in those bitter and broken hearts for some dance shoes.
Also Check out DJ StaiFly every Tuesday Night at Tenjune NYC!