DJ Cheryice Interview
1.    How long have you been DJing? 
14 years
2.    How did you get into DJing? 
By watching My DJ friends and wanting to be like them if not better! Started doing mixed CDs for friends.
3.    Where has been the most enjoyable place that you’ve Djd?
Shanghai China, Switzerland.
4.    Which 5 DJs would you book to play if you had control of Vertex FM for a Saturday Night?
DJ Premier, DJ Edu, DJ Koffi, DJ Acee, DJ Sarah Love
5.    Which album should everyone listen to and why?
Enter the Wu-Tang (36Chambers). This is a unique insight of a legendary Hip hop group that is still going strong 20 years on. Simply my favourite hip hop group. (I made a Wutang homage mix tape..a must hear!) 
6.    What’s on your ipod at the moment?
A range of music including Spanish music.
7.    Describe your DJ style in 3 words?
Unique, Fun, Professional!
8.    How did you get your break? back in the day! Gained Fans and lots of Work.
9.    Favourite piece of studio gear?
My Technics Turntables
10.    Where are you from?
London England. (Zimbabwean Decent)
11.    Which producer do you rate at the moment?
DJ Premier, Timbaland.
12.    What can we expect from you for the rest of 2014?
A lot of Mixes for your depressed iPod!
13.    Name your musical influences?
Dj Premier, Dj Edu, Dj Otis Fraser, Missy Elliot.
14.    What’s your opinion on CDJs/Ablerton/Serato Vs Vinyl?
Serato is convenient when having access to your music library. It removes the hassle of carrying tons of record bags. The down side is this is software and there is always risk of it crashing on you during a live set. I find When using Vinyl I can manipulate the record more as opposed to CDJ where I find it less user friendly in that respect.
15.    Which do you use?
Serato Scratch Live
16.    What are your thoughts on Hip Hop scene in 2014?
The scene has changed drastically in the last 5-6 years. A certain sound has now been established which I find Lazy, monotonous, and lack creativity. Its all about catchy hooks  and heavy baselines not much else. This is why real  good hip hop is back underground. I try my best if i can not to conform to playing this new type of hip hop music.