DJ Infamous: Inside the DJ Booth
gotten my house, had my son the week before and I still had to go DJ and give the people what they needed," he says. "I couldn't stop. I had my son and my daughter who was born the previous year. I had to take care of my family."
Thankfully, he got to see just how tight his circle was. Ludacris and DTP rented out a room for Infamous at Atlanta's Four Seasons. He received care packages from brands like Adidas and Jordan. Artists including Rick Ross, Jim Jones and Fabolous also helped provide support and Infamous paid it forward, donating money and goods to other families affected by the storm.
Nowadays, Infamous is moving full speed ahead. The anticipation of rocking parties has only heightened since age 12. He just loves playing music but the ladies love to watch him do it -- maybe a little too much.
"All day these chicks! They come to the booth to request a song," he says. "Then it's the birthday shoutout and then they try and holler at me. I'm not saying it's every chick but the majority, like, I get it a lot."
Today Infamous travels the world, hosting the hottest parties in Atlanta and making a name for himself as a radio personality. He's also readying his first album for the hip-hop masses. The first single, "Itchin'," featuring Future, has taken Atlanta radio by storm. It shouldn't be long before the world discovers that Infamous has an innate sense of what works -- a skill he shares with his longtime friend DJ Khaled, leading to his heavy affiliation with the We The Best crew.
As he prepares his LP, he's taken on a few more projects, including an endorsement deal with skate brand Neff. He's also Atlanta's most recent addition to the Ciroc Boy team, making him the third DJ in the city under the liquor campaign. Although his alias wasn't