DJ Cassidy's been at the nexus of music, fashion and nightlife for over half his life as the go-to DJ of music impresarios, entertainment moguls and world leaders, including Barack Obama, Oprah Winfrey and Beyoncé. And when Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake, Usher and Robin Thicke sought support for their tours, he's the one they called.
Cassidy's career is the culmination of a lifetime of DJing around the world and uniting artists under one groove. His single "Kill the Lights," featuring Jess Glynne, Alex Newell and Nile Rodgers, scored a number one slot on Billboard's Dance Club Chart, while "Calling All Hearts," featuring Robin Thicke, Jessie J and Earth Wind & Fire, hit the top five of the UK's Official Charts.
With his series "Pass the Mic," Cassidy transformed the way we experience music during the 2020 lockdown. To honor the everyday heroes around the world, Cassidy united over 100 legendary musicians to sing along to their most iconic records, passing the mic from home to home. After the first three episodes garnered millions of views, Cassidy partnered with BET for an epic prime-time "Pass the Mic" special. Soon thereafter, he was invited to perform at Joe Biden and Kamala Harris' inauguration. Now DJ Cassidy has partnered with BET for a series of six prime time "Pass the Mic" specials to air throughout 2021.