DJ D-Nice has become a star during the global pandemic with the nightly live streamed sets he’s dubbed #ClubQuarantine.
#ClubQuarantine has seen major stars tune in — like Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez and Drake — but D-Nice told Page Six his favorite visitor is celebrity chef Bobby Flay.
“I love watching people drop in — I have my regular followers I see each time and so appreciate their support,” he said. “But the one that always surprises me is Bobby Flay.”
“I didn’t know he likes my music, and I would think he’s busy cooking, but he’s almost always there. Bobby Flay!” he told us.
D-Nice also opened up about how he is terrified of germs but still traveled to perform a set at a drive-in concert exclusively for first responders because he wanted to give back.
The DJ performed for an hour at the 1/ST Preakness At Home Drive-In FieldFest in Florida, which was hosted by The Roots and presented by Budweiser Zero and Pepsi.
“The coronavirus pandemic has immediately changed the world of live entertainment as we know it,” 1/ST Live managing partner Jimmy Vargas said in a statement. “No one has taken the lead in streaming live music during this pandemic more than D-Nice and we saw an opportunity to share his talent, creative spirit and authenticity with both first responders and fans while supporting the important work of First Responders Children’s Foundation.”
Source: Page Six