Kid Lucky began DJ’ing at the age of 13 after watch­ing his neigh­bor and one teen club res­i­dent: DJ Chachi. As a teenager grow­ing up on Long Island, New York, Kid Lucky spent count­less hours burn­ing CD’s and mas­ter­ing the art of mix­ing on his begin­ner base­ment setup. As his 15″ Cer­win Vega’s rat­tled his house, Kid Lucky’s tal­ent began mak­ing noise in his Glen Cove neigh­bor­hood. Through­out his teen years Kid Lucky’s pop­u­lar­ity grew as he spun at high school pep rally’s, bar-mitzvahs, sweet six­teens and var­i­ous house par­ties across the Island.
Upon mov­ing to D.C. in 2009 for col­lege, Kid Lucky landed a few club gigs that turned into res­i­den­cies. Kid Lucky’s open for­mat approach to music was fresh to the area and local uni­ver­sity stu­dents began rav­ing about his sets. When asked in a blog what his major musi­cal influ­ences were Kid Lucky cited his early expe­ri­ences play­ing instru­ments. “I played the clar­inet, the sax­o­phone and the drums. Clar­inet and sax play­ers tend to get the melody parts when play­ing in a band. I think that’s why I have such a knack and pas­sion for play­ing “feel-good” tracks that fea­ture bright melodies. The drums just kick ass! Drums pro­vide the rhythm in music and so I dare some­one to find me mix­ing songs that are out of beat…doesn’t hap­pen!” Kid Lucky’s appre­ci­a­tion for music is clear in his sets. “I react to the crowd so its pos­si­ble that in one night I play any­thing from Jour­ney over Avicii to Jay-Z over the Jack­son 5. I just try to keep the music fresh and make sure my crowd is con­stantly engaged in the music. You never want the music to become an after thought!”
At only 23 years young, Kid Lucky has crushed clubs play­ing in front of numer­ous celebrity ath­letes, artists, and actors. In April of 2012, Kid Lucky released his mix series “Pop Cul­ture Vol. 1” which has been widely praised by other DJ’s. Already a sta­ple in the DC nightlife scene, Kid Lucky is on the hori­zon of his emer­gence into the national DJ circuit.

KidLucky   Matthew Deneroff, Washington, United States

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