Jackmaster Blasts Sexism in Dance Music, Apologizes for Past Ignorance

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Jackmaster performs during the Voodoo Experience at City Park on Oct. 30, 2011 in New Orleans. 

UK DJ and producer Jackmaster today (Feb. 6) took to Twitter to speak out against sexism in the dance music industry and publicly apologize for not getting it before.

He's not out to shame anyone or name names. He just wanted to add his voice to the conversation, which is entirely respectable. Check his full stream of tweets on the subject below.

Jackmaster's tweet stream spurred a number of comments from fellow dance music artists. See below.

Via: Fact Magazine


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