Honey Dijon

DJ, producer and trans icon, Honey Djion started her life in Chicago — traditionally a place where a mish-mash of music, culture, race, and economics come together. The lines between sexual orientation, identity and gender are often blurred on the dance floor, and even more so in a city that provided a home to Frankie Knuckles and Derrick Carter. Finding herself in the right place in the right time, she mentally hoovered up all the culture she could, before moving to New York and meeting a community of trans women, a twist that still informs her DJing. A self-described misfit who attracted a certain magnetic energy, she was pulled into the cultural underbelly before starting her journey as a DJ and trans woman.

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