I used to be a DJ in Dallas. No joke! "DJ Brookie B, Mixing the sickest beat's this side of the Red River!" (and no one has challenged me for title yet) I was the only uptown white girl that could handle it! I was in college so it was OK then to be up late. It was so much fun! I think I must have lived another life as a
...See More black man with dreadlocks cause I fit right in. It started out as kinda a joke, but.... I can't help that I was a natural.. I preferred DJ B but everyone liked Brookey. One day in my during my 2nd year of college, I just got sick of dancing to lousy music at college "mixers" and local bars and just had to take over! They wanted girls to dance, I got them to dance! Quality counted for something back then. So I'll play music here.
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