Cee White

circa 1990

Got the itch for mixing at the tender age of thirteen. During that time, I would head over to Mike Brown's house to practice. I still recall my first big set at the North Lake Hotel. It was my debut in public, and I managed to hold my own. As the years went by, my passion for music grew deeper. Ron Hardy had a profound influence on me back then. The way he could captivate people with his sets was nothing short of magic!

I'm proud to say that my influence also spread to my fellow brethren, the Chuck Brothers. We would gather at my place or Afrodesia's pad and have jamming sessions that lasted well into the early hours of the morning. Mixing, to me, is pure serenity. It's like painting on a canvas, composing songs together. Once you step back and bask in the glory of your masterpiece, it becomes an obsession! Being a DJ runs in the family.

My dad's talent passed down to me naturally. I am truly grateful to God for blessing me with this craft and the opportunity to share it with the world. Hopefully, my brother Rahaan and I can secure gigs in overseas venues someday, but until then, I'll keep grinding it out at local events. Honestly, I believe I'll be spinning records right until I'm plagued with arthritis or something.