Spin the Spectrum is dedicated to the advancement of Autistic/Neurodivergent Inclusion, Advocacy and Allyship in both Society and the Scientific Community.
Spin the Spectrum supports the Active Inclusion of Autistic/Neurodivergent individuals in the following ways:
We provide Inclusive DJ Education camps & classes aimed at teaching marketable skills to increase opportunities for employment and inclusion in neurotypical society.
We provide Inclusive Music Production camps & classes aimed at teaching marketable skills to increase opportunities for employment and inclusion in neurotypical society.
We provide equipment rental, management and booking services for Autistic/Neurodivergent individuals trained in DJ Education and/or music production looking to gain employment.
We work with the scientific community to study the effects of our programs in order promote the de-pathologizing of autistic individuals.
Jay*Clipp is known for rocking events big & small while educating his audience. He is a graduate of Jackson State University and holds a B. S. in Mass Communications, and his personal philosophy is “Educational Entertainment.”
Clipp has an impressive roster of clients in music, fashion, sports, media, and of course the nightlife. Clients include Jay-Z, Erykah Badu, Dave Chappelle, LeBron James & LaDainian Tomlinson just to mention a few. He travels globally spinning for major corporations, designers, VIP celebrity clients, and more. Clipp has worked with the legendary DJ Spinderella since 2010. In 2019, Clipp appeared as himself on the TV Show, “Queen of the South” (S3E7).
Currently Clipp resides in Dallas, Texas where he founded the Keep Spinning DJ Academy (KSDJA) in 2010. KSDJA has grown to be the most successful DJ and music production school in the south. In 2022, he co-founded this non-profit organization, Spin The Spectrum, which provides DJ classes for autistic children and young adults.