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A Night at the Beach with DJ Jamieson Hill.

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The summer is almost over and most of us are already trading stories about the best nights we had during the season. So, because we can’t drunkenly yell it at you during happy hour tonight, we decided to share our story with you here.

Photography by NaShish Scott/Courtesy of Quiet Lunch Magazine.

It was a sweltering July night in the city and there we were, dressed for the beach, on our way to a warehouse in Brooklyn. It seems like an oxymoron but we knew that our beachwear was not for naught. Tucked inside that warehouse in Brooklyn was a beach and tucked inside that beach was DJ Jamieson Hill spinning up a typhoon.

Photography by NaShish Scott/Courtesy of Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Now, we know what you’re thinking, ‘a beach inside of a warehouse?’ We almost didn’t believe it either but in the end, we knew that we had to see it for ourselves. Plus, Hill, who is also a successful model, invited us to the soiree and we weren’t about to miss out on him doing his thing. The kid is no joke and knows how to command the fun with a flick of wrist; and his talent have been proven on the big stage, most of you probably recognize Hill from his appearance on the DJ reality show Master of the Mix.

Just before he was about to rip the 1′s & 2′s, we got a hold of Hill and asked him a few questions about his craft and his path as an artist. Perched on the comfy bed of what seemed to be an abandoned truck, we enjoyed what was the peak of our summer.

Photography by NaShish Scott/Courtesy of Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Photography by NaShish Scott/Courtesy of Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Photography by NaShish Scott/Courtesy of Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Photography by NaShish Scott/Courtesy of Quiet Lunch Magazine.


Photography by NaShish Scott/Courtesy of Quiet Lunch Magazine.

Special Thanks to our guest host, Lavenda Monroe, for showing love and doing the interview.

Follow her here.

Be sure to follow @jamiesonhill.

And download his latest mix, “WHITE ROOM“.


About The Quiet Lunch.

The Quiet Lunch.
Quiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks to promote various aspects of life and culture with a loving, but brute, educational tinge. When we say, “Cerebral Sustenance Daily,” we mean it.

Comments (4)

  • Best Left UNTITLED. January 18, 2013 - 3:09 pm Reply

    [...] being featured, but what they think about art in general. Armed with our celebrity correspondent, Jamieson Hill, we decided to have a Q&A with John Q. [...]

  • Lupe Fiasco: The Great American Rapper September 28, 2012 - 6:46 pm Reply

    [...] After shooting A$AP Rocky on the eastside, we had to scurry back to the westside once our friend DJ Jamieson Hill told us that Lupe Fiasco was in New York City having a release party for his latest — and [...]

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