Redefining The DJ Game at Just 12 Years Old: Meet DJ Princess C

Despite her age, Christiona Graham also known as DJ Princess C has already amassed a noteworthy list of performances. From DJing for the White House Annual Easter Egg Roll and the White House Communications Holiday Party to entertaining crowds at The National’s Major League Baseball games and Port Discovery, she has proven her ability to adapt to different settings and captivate audiences of all ages. Beyond these prestigious events, DJ Princess C also brings her talent to weddings, school events, birthday parties, and more, cementing her reputation as a versatile and skilled DJ.

12-year-old DJ Princess C is no stranger to the music game, developing a love for music at a young age, she’s been a performing DJ since 5 years old and has just been killing it with her energy and skillset. DJ Princess C’s journey as a DJ at just 12 years old is a testament to her passion, talent, and determination.

Who do you feel is your target audience?

DJ Princess C: I feel my target audience is young adults. I love to mix old school with the new school so a lot of young adults like my music.

What do you define as success?

DJ Princess C: I feel like success is when people know me for my work. People say it’s money but I don’t feel like it is because there can be good people with money and bad people with money.

What was the inspiration behind your brand?

DJ Princess C: My dad is one of my inspirations because he first introduced me to djing and turntables. DJ Beauty and the Beatz was one of the first girl djs to encourage me and allowed me to play on her turntables.

How old were you when you started? How old are you now?

DJ Princess C: I was 5 years old when I first started and I’m 12 years old now.

As a kid entrepreneur, how do you balance fun and responsibilities?

DJ Princess C: I have different schedules that I stick to. I get all of my homework and chores done first, then when I have enough time, I take a break. After my break, I practice 4 times a week for an hour and a half per practice. If I can’t follow this schedule, I would get my practice done before my break and then have the rest of the time off once I’m done.

What is your favorite type of event to DJ at?

DJ Princess C: My favorite types of events to DJ at are sporting events and concerts.

Who is your business role model? Why?

DJ Princess C: My mom is my business role model because she knows how to get people hyped in her business and can make a good schedule to hang out with her children.

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