Since learning to DJ in 2016 Ebony Boadu has become a symbol for bad ass females everywhere and has been making waves for all the right reasons. Although categorised as a Hiphop DJ, she describes her music taste as anything with a good beat, fusing a plethora of genres to create energetic, infectious sets that you can’t help but dance along to.
Whether she’s mixing Afrobeats into Trap or RnB into Grime, she knows how to read a crowd and get the dance floor moving; making her a highly sought after selector across the Sydney club scene in a very short amount of time.
Ebony has regularly appeared in clubs all across Sydney including Hudson Ballroom – formerly Good God, The Cliff Dive, Freda’s and The Club as well as securing residencies at Trill Sydney and The Changeroom at Ivy’s Marco Polo.
But it’s not just her music that’s getting her noticed. When she’s not playing parties she’s throwing her own, co-founding the sell-out party ‘GIRLS’ at Hudson ballroom, which aims to give female DJs a platform to play in an otherwise male dominated field. And after getting behind the decks, she was chosen to take part in FBi Radio’s ‘Dance Class’ DJ mentorship program which has since allowed her to both mix and host on FBi Click as well as fill-in on FBi Radio’s hip-hop show ‘What’s Good’.
Outside of the club, you can find Ebony working on content for IZMZ – an online magazine that she co-created, that lead to her working alongside SBS as a presenter and featuring on MTV as an ‘MTV It Girl’.