RCT EP 8: Cornel (DJ Big C) Davis "If you don't love it, don't do it"

July 3rd, 2018 · 1 hr 6 mins

About this Episode

Cornel Davis, aka DJ Big C, is a well-known multi-faceted DJ, MC, and Event Host within the Toronto and Greater Toronto Area event scene. He has coordinated 10,000 people + events such as the popular Jamaica Day Celebration, and was also the founder of the sound crew formerly known as M.A.D.E (Make a Difference Entertainment).

His parents, originally from Kingston Jamaica, both met in Toronto where Big C was born however he grew up in Malton, Mississauga for the majority of his life. Before diving full force into his craft, Big C was scouted by Durham College for basketball but due to a number of reasons he rejected the offer and ended up continuing work with the City of Mississauga while still DJ'ing.

Today Big C is a staple at popular clubs, corporate, and private events across Ontario and Canada and has developed a strong reputation by always supporting his local community of Malton. What started as a basement hobby has developed into a profitable business, which mixes his love for music and providing memorable experiences for his clients. Among many other skills, Big C is an entrepreneur, a recreation and operations professional, an avid basketball player, and he used to rap/write music.

On this episode we talk about Big C's origin story, how he fell in love with the art of DJ'ing, why he chose to pursue becoming an entrepreneur instead of going to school, and how he is able to find white air force 1's in a size 17.

Big C's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therealdjbigc/
Big C's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/corneldj.davis
For bookings, Inquiries or to Connect email: djbigc155@gmail.com
Big C's Website: Coming Soon

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