UNBELIEVABLE! Michelle Obama & Dj D-Nice Throw An Online Voting Party
March. 26, 2020
If you've been paying attention to the hottest Instagram Live parties during the global pandemic that's forcing many to stay home, you'll know that DJ D-Nice — the rapper, beatboxer, and member of legendary 1980s rap group Boogie Down Productions — is the man behind the ones and twos.
Yesterday, he joined Michelle Obama and her nonprofit organization, When We All Vote, for a virtual celebration called the #CouchParty on Instagram Live.
As D-Nice jockeys his discs, the goal of the event was to help eligible voters register by way of volunteers texting them. "As the country's reality continues to change in the wake of the coronavirus's ongoing impact on individuals and communities, When We All Vote is committed to exploring innovative and safe ways to reach voters where they are — at home," a statement from the organization reads.
To take volunteers's minds off of their task and to entertain the huge crowd of people that will show up virtually, DJ D-Nice provided the musical mix of sounds from 6:30 to 9pm.
Just last Saturday (March 21), DJ D-Nice spun a nine-hour set that brought fans and celebrities together to celebrate music and drop a couple of coronavirus prevention tips. Rihanna, Diddy, Alicia Keys, Michelle Obama, and more popped up in the comments to show their support. The event was so huge that it singlehandedly made him one of the most sought-after DJs during this period.
Even going back farther than that shows D-Nice's commitment to bringing people together with music during this global pandemic. He launched the "Club Quarantine" live stream DJ set series last Wednesday (March 18) and had around two hundred listeners. Ever since then, he built up his audience, brick by brick, with a sturdy foundation of hits from yesterday and today.
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