2019 Essence Festival - Day 2

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There’s been a little light in the midst of stay-at-home orders and social distancing. Earlier this week, NYC’s DJ D-NIce started up Club Quarantine, a play on his traditional #HomeSchool live DJ set on his Instagram account. Doing a live mix from his kitchen, D-Nice somehow has gotten the wildest collection of celebrities to pull up and listen to him mix.

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During his Saturday night set, the likes of Michelle ObamaBernie SandersJoe BidenOprahRihanna, Alex Rodriguez, Jennifer Lopez and more pulled up on D-Nice’s IG, just as Drake, DiddyErykah BaduJanet Jackson, and others pulled up on Friday night.

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It’s more of a second act for D-Nice. As a rapper, he broke through with Boogie Down Productions and released the popular single “Call Me D-Nice,” in the early 90s as well as producing the posse non-violence anthem  “Self Destruction” in 1989.

Even NASA has pulled up to tell D-Nice and his audience of 85,000 people and growing that this party was out of this world.

Join the party via D-Nice’s Instagram at 6 p.m. EST and stay locked for more up to the minute coronavirus coverage.

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