- 6 years ago
Playing tracks by
Tom Sawyer, Glender, Indy Lopez and DJ Chus & Rob Mirage.
You’ll never work a day in your life if you love what you do. If that’s the case, then Tracy Young hasn’t worked in 20 years. What the electronic music dynamo has done over the last two decades is taken her irresistible passion for dance music from the underground to the mainstream, going from clubland cause célèbre to mainstream celebrity in the process.
It’s been a long, winding road to the top for the spunky Young, who launched her career in 1991 as hip-hop radio DJ. “I love all kinds of music,” the Washington, D.C. born DJ states.
At the time, Young had no idea of the heights to which she would rise. “If you told me 10 years later I’d be DJing Madonna’s wedding, I’d say you were crazy!” But even from its earliest stages, Young’s musical prowess made people take notice, and it wasn’t long before she translated her work at Interscope Records to a thriving career in the DJ booth that allow her to bring her one-of-a-kind funk, hip-hop and old-school blend of beats