"Going to Paris with MIA on, like, three hours notice to DJ and sing back-up for her, when we’d never worked together before. She had come to the parties that I DJ, Ghe20 G0th1k, and she reached out and told me she needed a DJ for a Balenciaga performance…in France. We met up for lunch, talked about what she wanted to do, and then they confirmed the gig at 5 p.m. I was on a plane to Paris at 11 p.m. It was wild."
"There’s a serious power structure in the urban-entertainment world — it’s all about who you’re seen with or sleeping with. I’ve been doing this for four years, and I make pretty great money. To be able to do that without the help of a boy’s cosign or some kind of boyfriend situation that got me lots of followers on Twitter, it’s a big deal. And, I think that’s why a lot of people respect me. It’s not that I wouldn’t involve myself with someone in the industry; I just wouldn’t do it for the sake of advancing my career. At the end of the day, there aren’t a lot of female DJs. And, of the ones there are, some are just eye candy. They don’t know how to use their equipment. Their boyfriends get them gigs. They’re only making it harder for the rest of us."
"I love wearing red when I DJ. It looks sooo good onstage. And, I usually put on a choker. That’s my signature look. It makes me feel sexy. I think it’s hot. I think it gives people the message that I’m a little wild, even if I’m being a nerd behind the decks."