Need a gift for a gifted musician?

The SoundCloud Premium accounts also come as virtual gifts and it takes only two minutes to get one. Head over to our Gift page and check out the different Premium accounts starting at only €29 per year.

Gift page


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

  • URBAN RADIO VOL. 1 Artwork


    KidLucky on May 11, 2014 20:07
    0.00 / 1.06.56
    Hide the comments
  • Pop Culture Vol. 3 Artwork

    Pop Culture Vol. 3

    KidLucky on May 04, 2014 00:39
    0.00 / 52.38
    Hide the comments

Share to WordPress.com

If you are using self-hosted WordPress, please use our standard embed code or install the plugin to use shortcodes.
Add a comment 0 comments at 0.00
    Click to enter a
    comment at