To get a grasp of what kind of DJ Drea is, you just have to observe the dance floor in any of her sessions: there is plenty of diversity, youth, and open-mindedness; but there is also a demanding audience who looks for the fundamental qualities of a good DJ —technique, selection, and charisma. It is not unusual to see her opening her set with 90s R&B, transitioning into Afrobeat edits, and finishing with hard-hitting remixes of dance funk or vocal house.
Of African descent, Drea grew up listening to black music - from jazz or old-school R&B to disco or contemporary house. This constant rhythmic flow is undoubtedly the major influence of her sets, her style characterized by a dynamism which is never at odds with quality. Over the last few months, she has performed in clubs across Berlin, London, Paris, Amsterdam, Zurich, Lisbon and Milan. Reaching over half a million views on her Boiler Room Madrid set and a regular presence in Fuego at Razzmatazz, one of the most influential clubs in Spain, we excitedly await her Parallel debut.