DJ Sarah Love
Sarah Love is an international club DJ, radio broadcaster, TV presenter, musician and journalist from London.
Love became mainstream knowledge when she joined BBC Radio 1Xtra in 2007 to present the weekly “Hip Hop Mix Show” and the “Weekend Wake-Up Show”. She received global prestige transmitting to millions as one of the few female music specialists in worldwide broadcasting at the time. Love was also headhunted by MTV to be their female face of the MTV Base Network, broadcasting to over 60 countries worldwide, interviewing international stars, as well as hosting her own shows including "DJ Takeover" and "Good Look".
Love is respected by her peers as a skilled DJ who uses mixing and scratching techniques in her sets. She has performed across 30+ countries and five continents, shared stages with Grandmaster Flash, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Mary J Blige, Wu-Tang Clan and The Roots — to name a few — and is the only female in the history of the MOBO Awards to be nominated in the ‘Best DJ’ category. An accolade she received twice.
Sarah cut her DJ teeth as resident at London's seminal “Kung Fu” club night — which played an essential part in the British Hip-Hop boom of the early 2000's — and on the city's pirate radio, after teaching herself to DJ whilst working at the UK's legendary Deal Real Records store in the late 90's.
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