Tuesday, September 11, 2012


Baronhawk Poitier is an artistic director, producer, sound engineer, and DJ for Urban Artistry (www.UrbanArtistry.org). He has performed, engineered music, DJed, and/ or choreographed events featured at some of DC's biggest venues including U Street Music Hall, Eighteenth Street Lounge, Cobalt DC Town Dance Boutique, 930 Club, Mova DC, The Artisphere, The Kennedy Center, The Shakespeare Theater, and The Lincoln Theater. He DJed B-boy and Popping events such as The International Soul Society Festival, The Illest Ingredient, and Who Can Roast The Most.

Baronhawk utilizes his original production, record collection, dance knowledge, and broad genre exposure to ignite a unique and dynamic experience for his audience.

Recently, DJ Baronhawk just earned a residency at Mova DC. Every second and fourth Saturday from 10pm-2am, Baronhawk will host "Turn It Up!
(http://www.facebook.com/events/339258962829416/) With no cover for the 21+ crowd, Baronhawk will be playing a creative mix of
Hip Hop/ R&B/ Classic Throwbacks/ Top 40.

For the first event, this past Saturday, DJ Baronhawk pulled out Aaliyah, Missy Elliot (remember the bright trash bag looking onesie), Quad City DJs (C'mon 'N Ride It- the train) and Nicole Wray. If you are looking for a place where you can indulge in your guilty pleasures of the Top 40 while reminiscing on you awkward teenage years, come on out!

Until the next Turn It Up! on September 22nd, check out some tracks and mixes: www.soundcloud.com/djbaronhawk.

90's party at MOVA DC w/ DJ BARONHAWK

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