DJ Clark Kent is one of the industry’s hottest and most recognized producer and turntable superstars. To date, he has served as a Sr. Vice President of A&R at Motown Records, worked as a Director of A&R at Atlantic Records, and now heads his own record label, ClarkWorld Entertainment.
As the CEO of Supermen Entertainment, Clark co-manages the music careers of five record producers, two songwriters, a stable of new artist and has produced and remixed an impressive list of hits for some of the music industry’s biggest stars. His discography includes gold and multi-platinum hits for, The Notorious B.I.G., Mariah Carey, Busta Rhymes, SWV, Ice Cube, Rakim, The Fugees, Jay-Z, Lil’ Kim and Junior M.A.F.I.A. Clark is the founder of the Supermen Entertainment’s “DJ Battle for World Supremacy”, a DJ competition that draws both domestic and international support. Recently, Supermen
Entertainment has partnered up with Cornerstone Promotions, one of the leading music promotion companies, to put the " Supermen DJ Battle for World Supremacy" back into full swing. In addition, Clark has been the Show DJ and music coordinator for numerous major tours such as P. Diddy, Jay-Z, Faith, Fabolous, Nas, Bubba Sparxx, and The Notorious BIG, just to name a few. Clark has performed (DJ) for the biggest and elite engagements, from Mariah Carey’s “American Music Awards” Parties, P. Diddy’s “MTV VMA Awards” After-Parties, P. Diddy’s MTV New Years Soiree, Grammy Awards Parties, Usher Multi-Platinum Party , Stevie Wonder’s Achievement Award Party, to the Infamous All-Star Basketball Parties, Miami, FL Memorial Weekends and NFL Superbowl Parties, to name a few. His incredible ability to motivate party-goers has giving him the aptitude to performed for thousands stretching to the far corners of the world, Europe, Africa, Japan.
None of the above is surprising considering Clark’s amazing career history. He began his mastery of the wheels of steel, at the tender age of nine. “My uncle got me started as a DJ in the late ’70’s just before my 10th birthday,” the Panamanian native recalls. “He was a friend of Kool Herc (the Father of Hip-Hop), and many other old school heads. So by being around these pivotal people, going to all the parties, and other places where the music was evolving, I learned how to deejay, and move the crowd. Ever since then, I’ve always known what I’ve wanted to do.”