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The DJ Booth with Ms. Jackson

By Ms. Jackson |

Are you packing your bikini into your suitcase as you’re reading this? Have you been doing 50 extra push-ups and planks daily to get ready for Spring Break? If you’re heading to the lesbian wonderland that is Dinah Shore this weekend, or flying off to a tropical destination for my three favorite Bs: beach, booze and babes, then make sure to take the best music with you. Follow and listen to this spring breaker playlist to end all Spring Break playlists, “Spring BreakHER”. We’ve got EDM, electro pop, party anthems and more to help you get your tan on, your drink on and, of course, your swipe on! Connect over spring break or at The Dinah on HER.

If you can’t get on Spotify, here’s a breakdown of the playlist below:

Jump Smokers featuring Pitbull – “Rock It Like It’s Spring Break”

Charli XCX – “Break The Rules”

M.I.A. – “Paper Planes”

Martin Solveig & GTA – “Intoxicated”

David Guetta featuring Akon & Ne-Yo – “Play Hard”

Club Killers – “Cancun”

Icona Pop – “All Night”

Flo-Rida – “G.D.F.R.”

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Dinah Shore – Photo credit: Autostraddle.com

Showtek – “Booyah”

Deorro featuring Chris Brown – “Five Hours”

DJ Snake featuring Lil’ Jon – “Turn Down For What”

EVE – “Who’s That Girl”

Maroon 5 – “Sugar”

Pitbull – “Hotel Room Service”

Calvin Harris – “C.U.B.A.”

Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars – “Uptown Funk”

Jack Ü featuring Missy Elliott & Kiesza – “Take Ü There”

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Dinah Shore – Photo credit: thedinah.com

Beyoncé – “Run The World”

Krewella – “Live For The Night”

Kid Cudi – “Pursuit Of Happiness”

TJR featuring Dances With White Girls – “Ass Hypnotized”

Jay-Z featuring UGK – “Big Pimpin”

Jason Derulo featuring Snoop Dogg – “Wiggle”

Ellie Goulding – “Lights”

Bob Marley & The Wailers – “Is This Love” (Montmartre Remix)

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Dinah Shore – Photo credit: Autostraddle.com

We’ll be here when you get home …!

Ms. Jackson has been rocking the turntables at some of the best parties and venues in San Francisco for years. But before SF she started out in her hometown of Seattle at heritage Rhythmic/CHR station KUBE. After a while she was offered the opportunity to work at VH1 in New York City where she became the Director of Music Programming. NYC inspired her early passion as a DJ, and she brought that passion back to the Bay where she gets the party started several times a week. “I’m so lucky that music has always been there to inspire and keep me motivated everyday. There’s nothing better in this world than creating the energy to make people dance.”

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Frankie | 4 years ago

looks good

Fran | 4 years ago

Spriiiiiiiing Break! This is exactly the playlist I needed today 😎

Jess | 4 years ago

WHO'S GOING?! So jealous. Please tell all of us stuck at work how it's going down