From the mountains of Snowdonia, welsh daffodil Hollie Profit is fully blooming in the music industry. Her zesty perspective on house music radiates throughout crowds and airwaves. Influenced by the mirror ball from Studio 54 and the underground rave scene. The female disco jockey is known for playing the juiciest, fruitiest, mouth-waterin’ beats.
The self taught female DJ started off mixing two tracks together in her bedroom at the age of 17 and just three short years later playing some gigantic gigs. The fiery welsh dragon has graced some of the biggest dance brands, festivals and events across the UK and beyond with her infectious smile, groovy beats and funky outfits. Playing for big brands including Cream, Kaluki, Cafe Mambo, Gottwood, Creamfields, Ministry of Sound and Pukka up, Hollie is no stranger to a big stage. She has line up alongside such heavyweights like Patrick Topping, Lee Foss, Yousef, Pirate Copy and Waze & Odyssey.
Hollie is also a strong character in the movement of music equality in the industry. Working alongside Smirnoff and Global to double the amount of female headliners in the world of electronic music by 2020. A shortlisted finalist, Hollie is already in the eyes of The Black Madonna. This is one girl to be remembered.