Nadia Jae is a dynamic presenter and DJ. Interviewing artists such as Idris Elba, Stormzy, Jacquees, Giggs and working with SBTV, she is known for her fun but professional presenting style. Whilst only DJing since January 2016, Nadia Jae has built an impressive CV playing sets at Box H9, Love and Liquor, Gilgamesh, Dirty Martini, Crowndale Club, Trapeze Bar, indig02, and the legendary Fabric.
The multi genre DJ and RnB enthusiast runs her own platform CRnB Online which hosts regular live nights and RnB Karaoke’s at Boxpark. Nadia is currently one of the new Residents on BBC 1xtra and has played UK & overseas for Adidas, Superdry, Noisey x Vice, GRM Daily, Daniel Wellington and Beats By Dre.
Djing for rapper Nadia Rose has seen Nadia Jae play sets at Birmingham Pride Festival, Love Saves The Day, Common People Festival, NASS Fest, Goa Boa Festival in Italy, and V Fest.
You can catch her regularly throwing down on the decks at her residencies at Boxpark Croydon and Topshop Oxford street, or monthly adding RnB flavour to the 1xtra airwaves.
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This discussion will not only equip you with a deeper understanding of the music industry, its structures, and how it relates to an artist, you will also get to hear from an exclusive lineup of Polydor Records’ best and brightest insiders. Kicking off with a speedy beginner’s guide from CMU:DIY Founder/Director, Chris Cooke, Nadia Jae then takes over the reins for an insightful discussion with our illustrious panel, finding out what role each of them play in an artist’s career, their career path and tips for anyone looking for a similar industry job.
Chris Cooke (CMU:DIY)
Nadia Jae, BBC Radio 1Xtra, SBTV, Boxpark DJ
Amika Ezer, Urban & Community Radio, Polydor Records
Jade Bradshaw, Product Manager, Polydor Records
Marco Grey, Content Commissioner and Creator, Polydor Records
Rich Castillo, Senior A&R Manager, Polydor Records