Amy Rebecca aka DJ Curvy Spills Her Fitness Secrets

By | July 21, 2019
Amy Rebecca
Pictures shot by: Jason Ellis @jasonellisphoto

Born in Miami, USA on November 21st, 1994, Amy Rebecca spent her childhood in Dominican Republic & at the age of 10 she started taking music lessons. She comes from a family of musicians including notable Latin Grammy winning members. One can say music just runs through her blood. There was no mistaking that she would pursue a musical career, and that’s when DJ Curvy was born.

When she moved to Los Angeles, Amy was encouraged to model and act. She has been featured in music videos such as “El Anillo” by Jennifer Lopez, “Swap Meet” by Tyga, “Heroine” by Nick Monaco, and “In da bank” by Famous Dex. Amy also landed covers in notable magazines such as Playboy and FHM. She has been featured in MAXIM Magazine and Esquire Latin American several times. With her success growing, she became well known and it launched her as a big influential social media personality.

Women Fitness President, Namita Nayyar, talks to the social media influencer & model about her WBFF Pro life, music and her passion for fitness.
Namita Nayyar:

Coming from a family of musicians, you started taking music lessons at the early age of 10. Tell us about your introduction to music and what do you love the most about it? Top 3 music videos.

Amy Rebecca:

My introduction to music came from my father’s side of the family. Every one of my cousins, uncles, and aunts knew how to play an instrument. They actually played a couple. It was a fun way for the family to get together and bond. What I love about it the most is that you don’t need words to explain how you feel or how to communicate with others. Specially, since some of my cousins didn’t speak English I was able to show them music and bond with them as well. 

Top 3 music videos:

  1. El anillo – Jennifer Lopez
  2. In Da bank- Famous Dex
  3. Heroin Disco- Nick Monaco  
Amy Rebecca
Pictures shot by: Jason Ellis @jasonellisphoto
Namita Nayyar:

In 2019, you relocated to New York City and parted ways with the classical music genre to pursue a more mainstream audience by producing and mixing music for festivals and special events. Why did you take this turn?

Amy Rebecca:

I took the turn of parting ways with classical music genre because I wanted something more exciting, livelier, and more challenging. Being able to produce and mix at festivals and events is being able to directly interact with the audience by enabling their favorite tunes.  With classical music, you play what you feel within your soul. When you mix for an audience, you play what they feel and what their souls want you to play. I feel that it is less self-centered and more interactive with the world around you. Plus, who doesn’t love a great dance party?!

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