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Honey Dijon will bring her Jack Your Body residency to Berlin’s Panorama Bar next month.
Running every Friday from October 28, the first party will feature sets from British house artist Luke Solomon, London DJ behind the queer party Love Child Josh Caffé and Rotterdam DJ Suze Ijó.
Full details of the residency are still to be announced but it has been said there will be three more dates of Jack Your Body in 2023.
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On Instagram Dijon writes about the new residency: “I am very honored to be curating a musical journey at The Big House called Jack Your Body featuring heritage artists and upcoming legends.
“Berlin has been incredible to and for me and I am so grateful to share this moment with you all.”
“It’s a celebration of music without borders for all spectrums of the dance floor,” Dijon told RA. “From upcoming talent to heritage artists, it will be a house music extravaganza!”
More recently Dijon has teamed up with Channel Tres and Sadie Walker on the track ‘Show Me Some Love’.
Her last collaboration was on Beyonce’s album ‘Renaissance’ working as a producer and programmer on tracks ‘Cozy’ and ‘Alien Superstar’ as well as remixing the wildly successful tune ‘Break My Soul’.
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After the release of ‘Renaissance’, Dijon posted on Instagram with a long caption about her collaboration with the US superstar. She wrote: “Thank you @beyonce for this incredible moment. Meeting and working with you on Renaissance has been life changing.
“To share my Chicago house music roots and black queer and trans culture with you and the world is profound and emotional. I am honored, humbled, delirious with joy, and proud.”
Check out the Jack Your Body event page here and listen to Honey Dijon’s latest track ‘Show Me Some Love’ with Channel Tres and Sadie Walker below.
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Written by: Tim Hopkins