Dj ReRe Exclusive Q&A Interview

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Q: What’s your name?
A: Rita 

Q: Where are you from?
A: Omaha, NE

Q: How did you get started being a DJ?

       A: Ever since I was a little kid I always thought I was a radio dj. Taped my own "shows" on the old school cassette tapes with songs, I would pick out and make up my own commercials. I went to school, for broadcast journalism to work in TV/radio. While I was at Iowa State University had my own college radio show and then started to mix live in 2007. My sorority pushed me into live djing because of my vast knowledge of different types of music, and so I could dj our parties!!

Q: How long have you been a DJ?
A: Live djing since 2007, radio dj since 2005

Q: What kind of equipment do you work with?
A: Depends, I'm a big Technics 1200s fan so that's what I use along with Serato Scratch Live. I use Yamaha for the speakers. 

Q: Do you have a favorite DJ?
A: I have a bunch! I really respect Spinderella and Kid Capri

Q: Who have you DJ for in your career?

A: I've djed with Sons of Mytsro (violin duo in Miami), many people. 

Q: Who would you like to DJ for that you haven’t had a chance to work with yet?
A: Lots of people actually, but mainly local talent in the South Florida for now

Q: What sets you apart from your competition?

 A: I'm not gonna state the obvious, but I'm a pretty good lookin' female (lol), I actually know my music. I'm a crowd pleaser, I'm energetic, I'm an emcee, hold multiple college degrees, I don't just break records, I break genres! 

Q: What is you’re favorite party you had DJ for in your career?

A: I've traveled all over the country and even Mexico and I don't have just one favorite, but Djing on Carnival Cruise Lines is one of my most favorite gigs so far besides Disney World!

Q: What’s the funniest thing that ever happen to you at an event?

A: Some Western Cowboy fans of mine from Texas, were throwing money in the DJ booth and saying I that was the best dj (better than that other guy) while the "other guy" was standing right next to me!

Q: What advice would you give to up and coming DJ’s?

A: Actually learn the craft and NEVER undercut the dj game! 

Q: Do you have any thank you’s that you would like to say?

A: Shout out to my family in Nebraska, my friends, my FANS, Lambda Theta Nu Sorority, INC. for giving me the opportunity to explore my passion, Rolls Royce Records for allowing to be a part of their team, Worldwide Fleet Djs and Street Style DJs for having my back. 

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