Lottie born as Charlotte Horne, in 1999 after her win on the competition for the best DJ Eriksson Music Award has become a British and then a world sensation. Through the singles Bushroot (2000), and Supakilla (2004), numerous remixes and tribal edition for American progressive house labels is building a career of a successful producer. She broadcasted the program from the Homelands festival on MTV, and later a popular show Daking it in which she was teaching the educated musicians of classical education to become club DJ stars. She displayed her beauty and graciousness behind the mix desk on major festivals. She had built herself the first place among the ladies in the world of house music and she had concerts in all parts of the world, and on Ibiza she is considered to be an absolute star. List of her admires among her colleagues includes Erick Morill, Deep Dish, DJ Sneak, Robbie Rivera, Todd Terry, and Darren Emerson.
– In England everyone thinks that Montenegro is a cool place, a part of the world which at the moment is in, and that is the case also because there is a developed clubbing scene here – says the mother of a one year old child, which is still touring around the planet, and in the breaks in between she is making remixes.
You have often said in your interviews that you like to have concerts in East Europe. Why is the audience in this part of the world specific?
– For a while I have been having concerts around East Europe and that is not a novelty. There are great clubs, and what I get on my concerts is the excitement which lacks in British clubs. I need the excitement as well as the thrill of people when I get on the stage.
– My favorite set was in the club Space on Ibiza in 2000. Unforgettable event as well as my concert on Exit festival with Darren Emerson. Before the end of the concert the rain started pouring but despite that the atmosphere was hot.
DJ or a producer?
DJ. As for the production a few days ago I looked back and concluded that I have 15 or 20 published editions but DJ has always been my thing, what is in my blood and what I love to do. I think that I couldn’t do without that. Who knows what would I be if I weren’t a DJ. Production has always been a challenge for me, and I would say that it is harder to produce. I like to produce, but I couldn’t say that that is something that is a must when you are a DJ.
– I have recently published remix Lost life and in September I am going back to studio to do three more.
You are one of the most successful women in electronic music. Is it harder or easier to a female to succeed compared to men?
Some girls claim that it is, though I would say it is not. If you are good, and you believe in what you do, if that is something that you love, no one can get in your way. Some guy can be jealous, if you get a gig and he doesn’t, but if you do well your work you will succeed. The gender has nothing to do with that. When they saw that I know to work and that I am good in that people have accepted me, though some will still claim that women have harder time succeeding.
DURING THE DAY A HOUSEWIFE AND OVER THE NIGHT S CLUB STAR
You were successful as a host on TV. Do you have in plan some similar project?
– I have started working again on radio, so maybe I will continue with TV. The show, which we did for MTV Faking it, was a hit in England and if something similar comes up maybe I will be on TV again.
Do you plan to replace on day your role of career women with the role of a housewife?
– That is funny really because I really am a housewife even though maybe when I am on the scene that doesn’t look like that. That indeed is a double life. As every woman, who besides the family has a career can harmonize those two she only has to try harder. Both can be done at the same time, but you need a good organization.