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Khia “K-Swift or Club Queen” Edgerton; recording artist, radio personality, and leader of an underground music movement, was born in Baltimore, MD on October 8, 1978 and suddenly departed her life on July 21, 2008. K-Swift began to DJ at the age of eleven, and fourteen years later she was not only Baltimore’s only female DJ, but the only female Mix Show Coordinator in the United States. In the course of a decade she had risen from a teenage 92Q intern to the station’s most popular DJ. She began mixing Baltimore club music live on 92Q with Reggie Reg, and later took on her own nightly show, Off da Hook Radio, in 2003.

 She was best known for a style of music called “Baltimore Club,” a unique concoction of house music and hip-hop that recently garnered critical acclaim and popularity on the international club scene. K-Swift was the proud owner of her own Graphics Company, and Production and Management Company (Club Queen Entertainment), while simultaneously selling her own mix CDs on her website and in stores across the United States. Throughout her career, she was the recipient of several Best of Baltimore awards. In the course of her career, she broke countless hit songs and helped shape the careers of nearly every club producer working.

On July 21, 2008 She suddenly lost her life at the age of twenty nine. Outside of her fans personal loss, K-Swift’s death represents a major loss for the segment of the music industry she helped pioneer. Bmore and 92Q misses you Club Queen, Rest in Peace…

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