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Junior Sanchez Talks Catchy New Single, Upcoming Album And More! Lauren Ikenn. If you’re a fan of house music, chances are you’ve heard of Junior Sanchez. The legendary artist began DJing when he was just 11 years old and the rest was history. Today, Junior’s thriving more than ever, releasing an epic track off his upcoming album and running his own imprint/record label.
Eugenio Sanchez J. commonly known by his stage name Junior Sanchez, is an American record producer, DJ, artist, re-mixer and record executive from New Jersey. Junior Sanchez was born in New Jersey, on May 4, 1977 and raised in the Ironbound. His family is from the state of Bahia, Brazil. Sanchez has worked in the music business as a record executive president and A&R. At 17, he became A&R for the independent New Jersey label Rufftrax, signing producers James Christian and . He also ran his ow. .
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CraveOnline took a moment to talk to DJ and producer Junior Sanchez about his experiences down in Miami for Ultra Music Festival 2015, starting off right away with discussing briefly his new label launch that he felt was quite successful and packed with the whole family of collaborative artists. Afterwards, he segues into considering what it is exactly that has helped UMF grow from a smaller to a larger event.
Growing up in the unassuming suburb of Belleville New Jersey, an 11-year-old boy named Junior Sanchez resorted to using hand-me-down records and two of his parents’ old stereo systems to create a makeshift DJ rig. By age 15, this prodigy was already DJing at some of the hottest underground clubs in NYC and perfecting his craft as a producer.
Junior Sanchez: Yes, absolutely. I grew up 20 minutes from NYC and practically grew up in the city just by being there everyday and every night. So yes, it has totally influenced my style. Father and son have spoken a few times throughout Offset’s life, the last time being in 2016. During The Breakfast Club interview, Offset admitted that as a child he assumed that his father didn’t like him. The Atlanta native, whose birth name is Kiari Cephus, also said that he would be more than happy to reconnect with his dad and it looks like his dream finally came true. Watch their emotional reunion below.
As the Spanish singer wraps up his first headlining tour, Sanchez is gearing up for the release of his debut single and album later this year. Billboard sat down with the 25-year-old moments before he took the stage at The Studio at Webster Hall on March.