#QWERRRKOUT Tuesday: London’s Virtual DJ Collective “Queer House Party” Brings Politics & Activism to the Dance Floor
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Voguing DJ MikeQ Remixes Beyoncé’s “Formation” & Chats About New Docu “KIKI”

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For all you queens that are fans of duck-walks, death drops, dips and spins, legendary ballroom producer/House DJ MikeQ (pic below) just delivered a new anthem for your voguing fantasy life, a remix of Beyoncé’s new track Formation. I caught up with him and chatted a bit about the current ballroom scene, and his new projects…including forthcoming documentary KIKI that follows members of the scene as they prepare for and perform at exuberant Kiki balls in New York City. Check out more of his remixes HERE, including Vogue 2012 feat. Madonna, Zebra Katz‘s Ima Read, and M.I.A.‘s Y.A.L.A. Plus, get the FREE DOWNLOAD of Formation below!




Why did you choose this Beyonce track to remix?


I chose this track because one, it was just a hit and deserves a flip…secondly, the song stood for something to be, and just praising the color of my skin. And while so many people are hating Beyoncé right now, I’m sucking it in and spitting it back out… my way!


How did you get it done so fast?


I got it done within a week! Like as soon as it dropped, I was on it, and it’s not like that for many tracks I make which can take up to two years. It had an easy flow for me.


What’s your sound?


Just some exciting, bass driven, minimal and direct beats that still give you a feeling inside.


What are you working on now?


I just finished scoring the KiKi film…we’re promoting that now heavy. My label Qween Beat‘s first compilation is due out soon and then I’m headed right back into the studios to work on more solo material and a few remixes/production for artists.

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