Beverly Bond was born in Maryland on December 19th, 1970 and is the Entrepreneur. At the age of 52, Beverly Bond biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.
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At the age of seventeen, Bond moved to New York to pursue a modeling career. Her first agency was Elite New Faces, where because of her 5’9 frame she was booked for jobs that were mainly for athletic brands. Bonds signed with Wilhelmina Models and was booked for campaigns and commercials for Diesel Jeans, Guess, Nike, and Nordstroms.
In November 1999, Bond bought a set of turntables, with aspirations of using her extensive record collection to become a DJ. She started deejaying at local clubs in New York. As she secured more DJ work, she gradually stopped attending modelling auditions. Bond spun and mixed for gatherings of celebrities including Prince, Jay-Z, Sean "Puffy" Combs, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kimora Lee Simmons, Alicia Keys, Hugo Boss, Andre Harrell and Veronica Webb, and Playboy. She spun for singer D'Angelo's Voodoo album release party. She toured with Sunshine Anderson and Musiq Soulchild for the Courvoisier tour where she was the official DJ for Erykah Badu, The Roots, and Amerie.
Bond has also spun at The Glamour Fashion Awards, the VH1 Fashion Awards, ESPN's X-Games Awards, The CFDA Awards, the Chanel parties (during New York Fashion Week), and the NY Planet Hollywood opening. She has appeared on BET's Rap City: Tha Basement and has also appeared as a celebrity DJ at Eileen Fords “Super Model of the World” contest in Puerto Rico. In 2012, Bond was honored at the ASCAP 4th Annual Women Behind the Music gathering in New York. In 2013 Bond spun at New York nightclubs, and contributed regularly to Russell Simmons' OneWorld magazine and Essence.
On July 9, 2020, Bond joined Senator Kamala Harris and other artists for the "Get Up, Stand Up!" virtual fundraiser in support of Joe Biden's 2020 presidential campaign.