Today, we’d like to introduce you to Quadry Grace. Quadry was introduced to us by the brilliant and talented Julia Agnew.
Quadry , can you walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today.
I have always had a love for music. Even as a child. I grew up to be the family dancer and would always show up and show out at family parties and talent shows. Then as I got older I got into music production and even went to the art institute of Philadelphia. After I left there I took an interest into DJing and have been loving the journey ever since for the past 7/8 years now!
Please talk to us about your creative work and career. What should we know?
I really pride my work in making sure that I always exert and showcase positive energy and “GudVybz”. I’ve had some horrible house party experiences so I made a vow to make sure I come into the door and bring the fun and enjoyable atmosphere to any event I do. All of my work currently is on mixcloud.com/gv4gt. I’ve been busy doing gigs that I haven’t updated it in about a year or two. But I do plan on starting a new mix series soon.
So, as we mentioned to our audience earlier, you were introduced to us by Julia Agnew and we really admire them and what they’ve built. For folks who might not be as familiar, can you tell them a bit about your experience with Julia.
Working with Julia has been a blessing. Getting to be a part of working with, interviewing and networking with other black creatives has been the best part of the journey with Ms.BBB since I started working with her last season. She’s super supportive. Always looking out and even showing up to public events I have to catch me in action. I couldn’t ask for a more supportive teammate.
TTurn photography Ms BBB Alex Grimes