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Princess Cut is a world-traveled DJ whose professional experience ranges from cultivating playlists for Neiman Marcus Atlanta as their resident DJ to touring the globe with Oprah, Cee-Lo, Goodie Mob, Tupac’s group the Outlawz and R&B singer The Dream. Princess Cut represents her love for Pop/Euro/Dance music, while Sweetbox Jones is all about Hip-Hop: mainstream, old school, southern and underground. It is that reason she was commissioned to spin at the closing party of the High Museum of Art’s closing party for the “Picasso to Warhol” exhibit, as well as Jack Daniel’s “Art, Beats + Lyrics” tour. Her mixing skills have been sought-after by other noted retailers and companies including Gayle King of CBS This Morning, HARPO, OWN Network, Nordstroms, Carol’s Daughter, Ann Taylor, Steve Madden, PUMA, Adidas, Victoria’s Secret, Upscale Magazine and the W Hotel.

 

Princess Cut has appeared on Bravo’s Married to Medicine, BET’s The Quad and the TV series Know Your Heritage: Black College Quiz. She’s also been featured in digital and print publications such as Black Enterprise, VIBE, Upscale, Jezebel, Hip- Hop Weekly, Rolling Out, Creative Loafing, Madame Noire and Mandatory  Business. Princess Cut launched her own media property, Sweetbox TV on YouTube where she interviews artists (music/film), producers and DJs, as well as chronicles her unique lifestyle.

 

Princess Cut can be heard on Atlanta’s Hot 107.9 radio station and is the sole female member of the Hoodrich DJ coalition, where she interviews guests on Sirius XM’s Hoodrich Radio on Hip-Hop Nation. She also followed in the footsteps of legendary DJs such as DJ Premiere, DJ Green Lantern and DJ Jazzy Jeff when she hosted Volume 163 of Cornerstone’s legendary mixtape installment in August 2013.

In between balancing her passion and purpose, Princess Cut continues to put out classic mixtapes, as well as give back to the community working with organizations such as The Steve Harvey Foundation, Usher’s “New Look” Foundation and various outreach programs that target disenfranchised youth, particularly young women.

VENUES PLAYED (500+ venues)

  • Big Beat Festival

  • Center Stage

  • Central Station

  • Deja Vu

  • 107.9 Radio Broadcast

  • Department Store

  • El Bar

  • Fusion Sports Bar

  • HennyPalooza Festival

  • Libra

  • Magic City

  • Major League

  • Motions

  • Neiman Marcus

  • One Music Festival

  • Onyx

  • Opera

  • Primetime

  • Sugarhill

  • W Hotel

  • Whiskey Park

  • Whiskey Blue

  • Wraith

TV FILMINGS

  • Married to the Medicine (May 2016)

  • BET The Quad (Nov - Dec 2016)

  • Know Your Heritage: Black College Quiz (2008)

DISCOGRAPHY

  • Candy Sto Series

  • Early Mornin Tap Series

  • Girls On Fie

  • Bob Marley “420 Edition”

  • My Singing Soul

  • Bad Yella

  • Cut City

  • + Indy Tapes

SPONSORS

  • BPM Supreme

  • Gibralter

  • Hpnotiq

  • Seagram’s Gin

  • LRG

  • Live Mixtapes

RADIO & LIVE SHOWS

  • WHTA FM (Sept 2012 - current)

  • Sirius XM (2008 - current)