Early in July of 2002, Christine decided to approach a good friend who was a DJ that had helped her with earlier projects for her old singing group. Disheartened that she wasn't singing anymore, she wanted to find something else to feed her desire to be a great musician. One time while hanging out together, Christine asked him if he could teach her how to DJ. His initial reaction was "don't waste my time". The subject was left alone for a bit after that, but a month later, she asked again. This time he consented, and she got to touch turntables for the first time.
Being a hip-hop DJ, the first thing he decided to teach her was how to scratch. Three to four hours later, Christine had learned a couple of basic scratches that sometimes took months for others to learn. Surprised by how quickly she picked things up, he put her under his tutelage, teaching her how to scratch and beat juggle, and later, how to mix.
In January 2003, Christine, now known as "DJ KrisCut", landed her first official "gig" as a DJ. Catching the attention of many promoters, she has performed in different venues from Boston to Hollywood, up and down the West Coast, and internationally into Canada. She has also opened up for Funk Master Flex, Kid Capri, DJ AM, and rocked celebrity after parties, like Christina Millian's afterparty @ Risque for Memorial Day Weekend. Currently, she is a resident at three Las Vegas nightclubs and continues to travel across the country, sharing her love for music.
DJ KrisCut's passion for music put her where she is today. Realizing that God has blessed her with ambition and talent, she aims to be one of the most prominent female hip-hop DJs to hit the scene, especially in Las Vegas. She looks forward to the challenges of everyday life in the music industry and dreams of becoming a successful renowned DJ.