DJ Magnus, the subect of this week's A&E cover story, was born deaf in his left ear and with only partial hearing in his right ear. Despite his disability, he pursued his deam and developed a way to beat-match using only one ear.
"I had to disprove a lot of critics over the years," Magnus says.
A DJ on WSLR radio, Magnus embarked on his career over 15 years ago.
To read more on the Magnus, pick up a copy of The Observer.
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