DJ Tracy Young delivered the beats the gay boys could dance to on Saturday and dance (shirtless) they did at Jungle.
She’s been down this path before, throwing down hard for Jungle’s big gay Thanksgiving Eve nearly two years ago. But the D.C.-based phenom is a self-taught wunderkind at the turntables who has been rocking the gay boys and girls – and beyond – and cities across the country – and beyond – for more than 20 years.
In other words, she’s got this. So much so that she tweeted from the booth during her gig on Saturday.
Photos by Eric Huminski
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