In a city abundant with talented DJs, Gracie Chavez shines bright above the rest. She began her career in 1999, spinning her first love: Drum 'n' bass music. She grew her dance-music repertoire through house and techno, rocking out raves and clubs such as Karma and Hyperia. From 2005-08, she played alongside DJ Witness at the infamous Montrose club The Proletariat, providing some of the most memorable nights in the history of Houston's dance scene.
Chavez is the de facto godmother of Houston DJs, trying her best to support and collaborate with her colleagues at any available opportunity. In recent years, Chavez has created avenues to promote popular Moombahton and Tropical dance parties across the city, including working with her Bombon counterparts OG Bobby Trill, DJ Navo, and Panchitron. She takes pride that her parties are interactive affairs, often incorporating live percussion and stepping away from the DJ booth to dance with the crowd.