Before he became a DJ, DJ Demp was always the person people turned to at a function to provide music. Whether it was at church or a house party, he would haul out his speakers and cassette tapes and get to work uplifting the crowd. DJ Demp began his professional career by the time he was 13 years old and has since established himself as an internationally-known celebrity DJ.
This year, Tallahassee celebrated DJ Demp’s birthday during its 25th annual “DEMP WEEK” — a week-long party featuring anti-bullying rallies, celebrity basketball games, bowling, sip and paints, spades tournaments and concerts.
DJ Demp is excited to keep the party going during his set at the Word of South Festival which will take place across eight stages in Cascades Park on April 8-10.
“You’re always a student, so when you have events like this, this is where you’re introduced to new artists, and all kinds of artists, not just musicians,” says DJ Demp. “I think it’s important that it’s kid-friendly, too. You can bring your kids and let them be inspired to be an artist.”
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