DJ Spinderella Works the Turntables in Cleveland

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CLEVELAND -- DJ Spinderella, a Grammy award-winning DJ, producer, rapper and writer and member of the hip-hop group Salt-N-Pepa, visited Cleveland to show young artists and music enthusiasts how to work the turntables.

She performed Wednesday night in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum's Foster Theater as part of the series 'Ladies First: Celebrating African-American Women Who Rock.'

The Brooklyn native has enjoyed an extremely successful career over the past two decades and continues to shine in a male-dominated field.

"I love to see the emerging of the female DJ now, they're everywhere... I'm a 'Twitterholic,' I was discussing it with my followers, just how the female DJs, it's really a sexy career path especially if a woman can actually DJ," DJ Spinderella told Fox 8 News before the show.

DJ Spinderella still performs with Salt-N-Pepa and was featured on Oprah in April of 2011.

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