DJ Kevie-Kev Rockwell


Kevin “DJ Kevie-Kev Rockwell” Carson Is a Harlem-based DJ that was been performing since the early 1980s. In 1982, Kevin was invited to work on the soundtrack for one of the very first hip hop films: “Wild Style”. Along with constant performing in a variety of groups, he is the DJ for “Video Music Box” and its spin-off “16 BARS”. His contributions to the Harlem community has earned him a number of awards, including recognition in “The Hip Hop Expression of Black History” from Fairleigh Dickinson University. In 2018, Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal gave Kevin a Certificate of Recognition at the Annual Hip Hop Expression of Black History. Kevin continues to engage with the world of hip hop to DJ for a number of venues throughout the tri-state area.