We have connected with one of Philly’s hottest Dj’s: Vic B. Being in the spotlight is one thing but being the face of major parties, then you must be an unique individual. If you have not heard of major events in Philly curated by him then you must have be hiding under a rock. Born in Nigeria and raised in South Jersey, he turned his passion into music. Vic is an alumni of Temple University with a degree in Communication Marketing. At a young age of 23, he has hosted and sold out numerous events such as his staple events: White April, Night Cap, and Red October. He has been apart of collaborations with Nigerian Independence Day with AfroFest and also been a part of parties at the most high end clubs in Philadelphia such as 1925, Reserve, Down Philly, and more.
B: What is one word that someone who knows you well will say about you?
V: A visionary. Everyone knows I have an eye to keep an audience jamming to my tunes and mixes. If I had to say one more word it would be an analytical. People say I tend to over analyze everything but it is only because I ONLY accept and produce excellence. I have worked so hard to be where I am today to accept anything less.
B: How did you react at your first event as DJ?
V: Of course I was nervous, but I was very confident in my craft and I knew that at that moment that was only the beginning.
B: What has been your biggest accomplishment thus far?
V: The growth that has been shown in my career is my biggest accomplishment and will be motivation to keep the endurance. Another accomplishment is seeing and doing things on a bigger scale.
B: Has your circle of friends changed after receiving fame?
V: Yes and no. My friends are set in stone for life. We all work on various different things and are focused on our own brands. We support one another and collaborate on many events in Philly to uplift other young professionals and entrepreneurs.
Article by: Brian Daves – @mrbrianlamont