Kitty Amor has always had a strong passion and desire for music, not only does she believe that music is her first love, she was born into a musical talented family as one of her brothers was a hip-hop dj staging at Westwood raves in the early 90s and the other was an old-school garage dj; as well as her father being a music producer specialising in Afro jazz sounds. From the age of 11, Kitty Amor began to read music and started playing the drums in order to master the basic sounds of music and develop her musical ear as well as expand her knowledge to how different sounds could be created.
From a young age, Kitty grew up listening to Motown soul, underground hip-hop, RnB and jazz; but as she matured in music, she took a liking to the sound of garage and broken beats as it was niche, different and a combination of the music that was seen to be commercial. With her brothers hanging the headphones and packing up their decks, Kitty knew it was time to take over and keep the light of music shining throughout the family for many more years. Age 18, Kitty Amor pursued her talent and began deejaying. From being a promoter in the Midlands, she had built connections with the entertainment and music scene to put her on a platform to take deejaying seriously. As years went on, Kitty felt at home behind the decks, in front of a dancing crowd, playing music that touches the soul and this is where she established herself as a dj specialising in deep and soulful house. Her musical style had been differed from many others as she plays soul-hitting house music but brings endless amount of energy behind the decks and involves the crowd in each of her sets by dancing along showing her joy to being the music supplier.
Through her mix compilations (House Es Amor & Appreciation), Kitty has continued to establish her sound in the UK, expand her fan-base and never fails to disappoint whenever/however she is heard. Following the success of these releases after achieving over 13,000+ plays, Kitty caught the eye of the UK’s leading Afro-House DJ, Sef Kombo, who gave her the chance to shine in 2012 at one of the strongest house events called Til Two in London. Kombo (who plays on Bang Radio and BBC 1xtra) used this opportunity to heighten Kitty’s success and take her under his wing as his first protege. From her dynamic performance at Til Two, she was discovered by Charlie Casley, owner of Slave2TheVibe who builds a platform from homegrown talent and exactly what had started to do for Kitty. Charlie who manages Kitty Amor has been closely linked to world renowned djs/producers and built links with Jonny Miller and D-Malice who wanted to see what Kitty had to bring to the table and gave her an opportunity to play at their event Hoja London in conjunction with Pascal Morais.
Following a great relationship she had built with Martin ‘Atjazz’ Ivenson, Jonny Miller and D-Malice, Kitty was signed to DM.Recordings in 2015 as their official DJ and label assistant. Kitty mixes and produces the label’s podcast show delivering the best sounds on the scene and pushing the label’s very own music.
With the unforgettable sets she has displayed each time she is in the booth, Kitty Amor has been heavily recognised by iconic and established producer/djs that she has always look up to such as Black Coffee, Djeff Afrozilla, Simbad and many more. Kitty Amor has supported and played alongside Atjazz, Culoe De Song, At One, Rancido, Pascal Morais, Jonny Miller and D-Malice. From this very moment, Kitty Amor has been a name climbing to the top of the scene and one thing that you can count on is that she will blow you away, surpass your expectations and have you wanting more.