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DJ Lady Love to Join MoPOP for "Love at First Beat: Intro to Hip-Hop DJing" Homeschool Day January 20

DJ Lady Love

Have you seen DJs at events or in movies and wondered, “how do they do that?!”

Join MoPOP for a special exploration of the art of hip-hop DJing with DJ Lady Love (Denise Briggs), one of the first female DJs in New York City in the 1970s. Together, we’ll investigate hip-hop DJ history from Grandmaster Flash to Grand Wizzard Theodore and more and learn the basics of hip-hop DJing. From exploring the set to counting beats, scratching, and picking your DJ name, you’ll leave this program with a deeper understanding of the roots of hip hop DJing and the skills to start practicing at home.

Open to anyone ages 7-14 who is schooling at home. MoPOP will provide controllers and DJ software for participants to share during the program.

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More About DJ Lady Love

With roots in the New York hip-hop DJ scene in the 1970s, DJ Lady Love has rocked parties with Grand Wizzard Theodore, Crash Crew and the Fearless Four, Grandmaster Flash and the Furious 5 and more. Now a Seattle resident, she hosts her own internet radio station and is ready to teach you the art of hip-hop DJing!


Presented in partnership with 206 Zulu.


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