My Interview via Wantickets
Adult-film star turned DJ turned model - Jessie Andrews - has captured the hearts of every man, woman and child with her trailblazing sexual ethos and impossibly catchy music productions. She is the quintessential icon of promiscuous liberation and gives chicks everywhere a refreshingly new definition of women’s empowerment. Already a star in the porn industry, she has quickly asserted herself as a force to be reckoned with in a DJ realm dominated by men. It’s difficult not to crush on a girl who looks at every challenge with an innocent smile - betraying her ferocious ambition to take over the world one industry at a time. Read her thoughts below and be sure to catch Jessie Andrews perform in a city near you. Wantickets: Many of us know you as the girl next door - who happens to be well-versed in human anatomy – but what intrigues us most is how America’s favorite adult film star turned DJ seemingly overnight. What drew you to a music career? Jessie Andrews: Growing up in Miami with the underground house scene, I think I was just drawn into it naturally. When I moved to Los Angeles at 19 to shoot, I kind of forgot about how much I loved music and dancing. After meeting some new friends in LA I started going out again and getting back into the music scene and realized how much I wanted to play/make music for people who love it as well. Music makes people feel emotions, happy, sad, confused and I think that’s what I’m here to do whether it’s through music or porn or fashion or photography.
W: What kind of musical influences did you grow up listening to?
JA: Growing up my dad made me listen to Queen and Bob Marley and my mom made me listen to Sade and Nora Jones.
W: Your latest original production ‘I Never Knew’ is saturated in retro disco vibes – would you say you’re a disco girl at heart? Or will you continue producing tracks in all kinds of styles?
JA: I definitely am a disco girl at heart! It makes me the happiest. But every time I hear a new song I like, I want to make something like it haha. 
W: Quite frankly, you’re living out a lot of girls’ dreams – albeit the ones they don’t tell their parents – but how do you find time to DJ, act, model and produce tracks?
JA: I’m a very lucky to be able to do what I’m doing and everything I’ve done. I love everything I do so it’s easy to find time for things you love to do.
W: In a world full of male DJs you have made a nice spot light for women with your Girlfriend Mixes – which feature some of the best and rising female talents on the scene. Can you talk a bit about your inspiration behind those?
JA: I love women. I love empowering women. I love supporting other women. I’m not naive in the sense that I think I’m going to be the only female DJ in the world that is going to try and compete with the men. In my opinion, if we women in the music industry (and life) want to make a difference, it has to be something that we all do together. The Girlfriend Mix series is just the start of what I want to do. It started off with me listening to DJs mix shows with guests on (all men, minimal girl action) and realized there’s never been a mix series with only girl guest DJs, so I wanted to be the first. I wanted to open my fan base to other girl DJs that I really admire or have interest in. It seems to have stirred up some attention in the DJ world, which I’m very happy about! If you haven’t listened to them yet, check them out here! 
W: Your last collaboration with Audrey Napolean is a stunning piece of electro-house. Are there any producers you have been absolutely dying to work alongside? Duke Dumont perhaps?
JA: Duke is lovely, he’d be a good one. All of the UK producers are so talented. Maybe do something with AlunaGeorge, Chase & Status, or Rudimental. I’m working on a few collabs right now that I’m really excited about.
W: Do you see one part of your career taking priority over the the other in the future? DJing over porn? Modeling over DJing? Etc…
JA: I think DJing might take over at some point, but right now it’s pretty equal.
W: On that note, are there any other business ventures that the Jessie Andrews brand is looking to take over within the next year or so?
JA: Fashion, hopefully.
W: Last question: Would you star in your own music video if you were to make one?
JA: Yes! I already am :)

My Interview via Wantickets

Adult-film star turned DJ turned model - Jessie Andrews - has captured the hearts of every man, woman and child with her trailblazing sexual ethos and impossibly catchy music productions. She is the quintessential icon of promiscuous liberation and gives chicks everywhere a refreshingly new definition of women’s empowerment. Already a star in the porn industry, she has quickly asserted herself as a force to be reckoned with in a DJ realm dominated by men. It’s difficult not to crush on a girl who looks at every challenge with an innocent smile - betraying her ferocious ambition to take over the world one industry at a time. Read her thoughts below and be sure to catch Jessie Andrews perform in a city near you. Wantickets: Many of us know you as the girl next door - who happens to be well-versed in human anatomy – but what intrigues us most is how America’s favorite adult film star turned DJ seemingly overnight. What drew you to a music career? Jessie Andrews: Growing up in Miami with the underground house scene, I think I was just drawn into it naturally. When I moved to Los Angeles at 19 to shoot, I kind of forgot about how much I loved music and dancing. After meeting some new friends in LA I started going out again and getting back into the music scene and realized how much I wanted to play/make music for people who love it as well. Music makes people feel emotions, happy, sad, confused and I think that’s what I’m here to do whether it’s through music or porn or fashion or photography.

W: What kind of musical influences did you grow up listening to?

JA: Growing up my dad made me listen to Queen and Bob Marley and my mom made me listen to Sade and Nora Jones.

W: Your latest original production ‘I Never Knew’ is saturated in retro disco vibes – would you say you’re a disco girl at heart? Or will you continue producing tracks in all kinds of styles?

JA: I definitely am a disco girl at heart! It makes me the happiest. But every time I hear a new song I like, I want to make something like it haha.

W: Quite frankly, you’re living out a lot of girls’ dreams – albeit the ones they don’t tell their parents – but how do you find time to DJ, act, model and produce tracks?

JA: I’m a very lucky to be able to do what I’m doing and everything I’ve done. I love everything I do so it’s easy to find time for things you love to do.

W: In a world full of male DJs you have made a nice spot light for women with your Girlfriend Mixes – which feature some of the best and rising female talents on the scene. Can you talk a bit about your inspiration behind those?

JA: I love women. I love empowering women. I love supporting other women. I’m not naive in the sense that I think I’m going to be the only female DJ in the world that is going to try and compete with the men. In my opinion, if we women in the music industry (and life) want to make a difference, it has to be something that we all do together. The Girlfriend Mix series is just the start of what I want to do. It started off with me listening to DJs mix shows with guests on (all men, minimal girl action) and realized there’s never been a mix series with only girl guest DJs, so I wanted to be the first. I wanted to open my fan base to other girl DJs that I really admire or have interest in. It seems to have stirred up some attention in the DJ world, which I’m very happy about! If you haven’t listened to them yet, check them out here!

W: Your last collaboration with Audrey Napolean is a stunning piece of electro-house. Are there any producers you have been absolutely dying to work alongside? Duke Dumont perhaps?

JA: Duke is lovely, he’d be a good one. All of the UK producers are so talented. Maybe do something with AlunaGeorge, Chase & Status, or Rudimental. I’m working on a few collabs right now that I’m really excited about.

W: Do you see one part of your career taking priority over the the other in the future? DJing over porn? Modeling over DJing? Etc…

JA: I think DJing might take over at some point, but right now it’s pretty equal.

W: On that note, are there any other business ventures that the Jessie Andrews brand is looking to take over within the next year or so?

JA: Fashion, hopefully.

W: Last question: Would you star in your own music video if you were to make one?

JA: Yes! I already am :)

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