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With a short list of existing female DJs, you’ve gotta have some serious talent to stand out in a predominate male industry. Allow me to introduce Audrey Napoleon, a hard- hitting LA native who is quickly making her mark in the electronic world.
Her eccentric electro house and female vocal-infused dance music not only energizes a crowd, but also herself. In a recent interview, Napoleon said when she’s on stage, she transforms into a maniac from her usual timid personality. Ok Audrey, fair enough.
Although she’s a rookie to the game, her eclectic sound has landed her a spot for Identity Festival where she’s currently headlining with some of the world’s biggest DJs including Eric Prdyz, Paul Van Dyk, and Wolfgang Gartner. Some of the people she admired are the same ones she is now traveling all over the US with. Not too shabby for her first time touring, huh?
Luckily for me, I had the opportunity to personally meet and interview Audrey Napoleon at Identity Fest last week. Let me tell you, not only does she rock the stage with her music, but her look is also electrifying. Audrey Napoleon’s striking face with smoky eyes framed by long pin straight black hair with sharp bold bangs was hard to miss. She walked out in what looked like a pair of mile long legs sporting Lady Gaga Alexander McQueen-esque shoes. Oh and then there I was in my beat up go-to concert Converse shoes. It’s safe to say that all 5 feet 3 inches of myself was slightly intimidated by her staggering look. That quickly changed, as I immediately felt welcomed by her sweet, friendly, and charming personality.
Identity Festival is only the beginning for this beautiful 25-year-old DJ and producer. Her eclectic talent has brought her on board to perform as a resident DJ for Wynn Las Vegas. On top of that, she has a clothing line in the works. Looks like Audrey Napoleon will get to tackle on what her fans have come to adore her for – music and fashion.
Check out Audrey Napoleon’s first EP “Ornamental Egos” and all other info on her upcoming projects at her site.
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Identity Festival at the Comcast Center