DJ Hawk is slated to tour with Armed Forces Entertainment (AFE) this September. Joined by a team of artists that include Abrina, DJ Ebonix, and Stoppa, the touris scheduled to will perform at bases across Southwest Asia, including seven shows, September 3–14.
DJ Hawk, aka Alexander Haq, is an executive producer, A&R, music producer, and former radio DJ from Houston, Texas. Most recently, he was the producer for The Breakfast Club morning show with Charlamagne tha God, Angela Yee, & DJ Envy at Houston’s 93.7 The Beat.
DJ Hawk became a radio producer, content creator, and a sought-after club DJ while educating himself and working the controls for the world-famous syndicated morning show “The Breakfast Club.” He played nights and weekends in clubs across the world , helping him pursue his musical dreams. His hard work earned him the privilege of working with several prestigious musical affiliates during his 15-plus-year career, including iHeartMedia, Radio-One, Universal Music Group, and Interscope Geffen A&M.
Based in San Diego, singer-songwriter Abrina’s fresh sounds can be heard throughout her music, including the single “FALL.” Abrina’s music features diverse influences that showcase her vocal range, such as R&B, Latin, and more. Her album “Sunset Cliff” was produced by Grammy Award-winning production duo, Play-N-Skillz and Kenneth Paige, featuring King Lil G and other notable artists.
After finishing a two-year global tour, Abrina is back to releasing new music and exploring the next phase of her career. Her current projects include appearing on the TruTV show, Laff Mobb’s Laff Tracks, and working as a spokesmodel for Dome Piece Audio.
Houston-based recording artist Stoppa has collaborated on projects with some of the biggest names in the music industry, including Wuki, Jacob Andrew, TREVR, and DJ Hawk. A prolific artist, he has been consistently releasing music for almost a decade.
His most recent single, “We the Gods,” is available on all major music platforms.
AFE has been committed to boosting the morale and well-being of service members and their families stationed overseas through world-class live events and performances since 1951.