DRACK MUSE

DRACK MUSE (US)

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Drack Muse is a multi-genre DJ with over two decades of experience specializing in House and Hip Hop. After receiving his first set of turntables as a teenagers, Muse was a high school senior when he was handpicked to be a guest mixshow DJ at WKKC in Chicago. From that moment, he knew he would be a DJ for life. While a Mass Communications major at Southern University in Baton Rouge, Drack excelled academically and musically, quickly becoming the go-to DJ on campus. His “invitation only” hip hop nights became things of legend, growing so popular that students bootlegged the invitations. Not only did those storied nights help Drack finance his college education, they also afforded him another opportunity in radio. Upon graduation, Drack returned to radio at WEMX “Max 94.1”, where he served as an on-air personality and launched the critically acclaimed hip hop show, “The Sunday Headbob”. Feeling the need to expand to a bigger market, he moved to Los Angeles to further his career in music. The move exposed him to a whole new audience - one that was even more receptive to his unique, soulful style of performance. After moving to Los Angeles, it wasn’t long before Drack landed his dream job with Universal Music Group, where he served for seven years as Licensing Specialist for the Motown Record Group. There, Drack worked directly with a range of artists from David Banner and Lil Wayne to Erykah Badu and Melanie Fiona. Skillful at communicating with both mainstream acts and indies from the underground, Drack's true passion is communicating through music by moving the crowd on the dance floor. A student of the business and connoisseur of the art, Drack has had the privilege of performing for icons like Prince, Patti LaBelle, and Stevie Wonder, and at high-profile events for Fader Magazine, Essence Magazine (Essence Music Fest), and the NBA (All-Star Weekend), to name a few. He is co-founder of Extra Mild Sauce, a collective of Chicago promoters and DJs living in Los Angeles and creators of L.A.’s largest Soulful House music festival, SOULNIC. This festival will celebrate its 10 year anniversary in 2020.
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