Karl Cox was “always favored” by King Charles.
The 60-year-old DJ has enjoyed a long music career and didn’t get the chance to meet the late Queen Elizabeth, who died in September at the age of 96 after 70 years on the throne, but his current monarch is the charity The Prince’s Trust. and hopes to receive an MBE like fellow ’90s DJs Norman Jay and Pete Tong.
When asked if he had met the late His Majesty, he said: But my entire career was basically supported by the Prince’s Trust. Prince Charles helped start a young business and helped me in 1984. I was supposed to meet him a few times, but I was always working, so we never met. Both Norman Jay and Pete Tong have his MBE, so who knows if I will. Then you will have something to do with King Charles. “
Meanwhile, the “I Want You” hitmaker returned to the charts for the first time in over a decade with “Electronic Generations,” a record that “back to basics” before “getting out of his comfort zone.” I explained that I said. On stage at Wembley Arena.
He told the Metro newspaper’s SixtySeconds column: So I made and packed all the music that I could hear on the album. It’s basically a live recording. I went back to basics about the pandemic and then packed the s***. We only recorded an hour’s worth of nuts. I was outside my comfort zone. Usually, when someone plays Wembley Arena, we think of the Rolling Stones, Stevie Wonder, and other greats. Carl Cox, a black DJ from South London, played a lot of rave music. teeth?
“But it came from growing up with the rave scene. We wanted to dance somewhere after 2am, but our licenses were delayed until 5am. We were in London for a while. No other event does this.We played Electronic Generations live.It was magic.”