Q: How do you feel being one of the most well known dj’s in all of NYC?
A: Connecting with millions of people every morning on the radio then meeting them on the clubs while they enjoy my music is one of the greatest feelings in the world. I feel blessed.
Q: What do you like to do on your time off?
A: I have no time off at all! 4real!….. lol… I’m always at the studio writing the next big parody for “The Luis Jimenez Show” or producing new music. I also watch a lot of movies.
Q: What do you like about LaMezcla.com?
A: That you can find up to the minute entertainement news and information about your favorite artists aaah and and of course “the sexy chick of the week”
Q: As a dj that has met many different artist which is your favorite out of all?
A: I respect all artists for the dedication and love for their craft. One of the most memorable days of my life was when I met Benicio del Toro, quiet guy very friendly also being able to play with Alex Gozalez GRUPO MANA’s drummer live on the air, the day that Juan Luis Guerra sang a parody of his own song. sooo many memorable moments, also when we spoke with Emilio Estefan admirable man of music.
Q: Which artist do you keep in touch with on a personal basis?
A: I try to keep in touch regularly with most of the artist and performers I know and exchange and colaborate with new ideas.
Q: What do you like best about being Dj Chucky?
A: Being able to do something you love and being able to share it with so many wonderful people that like and enjoy what you do.
Q: Where did your career begin?
A: My career began when my father built a home made radio station and I had to play the records while he was out. I was only 7 yrs old.
Q: We’ve heard your name being mentioned in music how do you feel being recognized by artist in latin industry?
A: You meet so many good people and artists along your career and knowing that they helped you as you helped them be where they are.
Q: How did you get your jump start into being Dj Chucky?
A: I was working as a graphic designer at Lino Press NYC and met DJ Johnny Mambo who told me I shold dj since I had some background producing music. That’s how I started playing the clubs of New York City.
Q: Being a successful dj and working with people like your brother, Watatah, Luis Jimenez etc. what advice do you have for people that want to be as successful as yourself?
A: Do something every day that gets you closer to your goal, always learn, get better at what you do, be positive, people will notice.