The Korean DJ and producer appears on the cover of this week’s ES Magazine, discussing topics such as sexism in the music industry, mental health and the difficulty with her parents when they found out she wanted to be a DJ.
On the sexism she’s experienced in her career, Peggy said: “The best revenge is just me doing well. Killing them with kindness. I dont need to talk about it because I already proved those guys were wrong.”
In our cover feature with the ‘It Makes You Forget (Itgehane)’ producer, she said: ”It really upsets me when I hear rumours that a label only released my music because ”˜sex sells. Like wow, that hurts.”
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