Charlotte Balibar aka DJ SuperJaimie was born and raised in Paris. Her musical training began with piano lessons at the age of 9 and continued throughout high school when she joined her first band as a singer and keyboard player.
After moving to New York in 1996, Charlotte continued to perform as a Jazz/Bossa/French singer and also joined the Lafayette Inspirational Ensemble, a renowned Gospel choir in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.
As part of the burgeoning creative community of Fort Greene/Clinton Hill, Charlotte got her start as a DJ at the now legendary Grand 275, where she initiated the monthly First Friday is French Friday parties.
Her unique and eclectic style led her to become successful as a DJ and work at established New York lounges, hotels, clubs, bars and restaurants such as OUTPUT/The Panther Room, PROVOCATEUR, HUDSON Hotel, McCarren Hotel, EMPIRE Hotel, The Hotel on Rivington, The303 @ Louie and Chan, UPSTAIRS NYC, SIXTY Thompson, Jupiter Disco, The Lively, Black Flamingo, Millesime Salon @ The CARLTON Hotel, HUDSON Terrace, Mister H @ The Mondrian Soho, the Tribeca Grand Hotel, SKYROOM, The ROYALTON Hotel, Bar Belly, Fig & Olive, Le District, LOTUS, PARAMOUNT Bar, Norwood Club, and through her collaboration with Célia Faussart of Les Nubians, at BUBBLE Lounge, SOB's & Le Poisson Rouge. While travelling abroad she made a few guest appearances in Paris (Chacha Club, Café Germain) and London (The Dog & Whistle Pub, Hertford).
Her credits also include major events and clients such as the Air France 80th anniversary, the opening of B54 @ the Hyatt Times Square and CALYPSO Madison Avenue, the Screen Actors Guild 75th Anniversary, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the NY Public Library, 20th Century Fox, Narciso Rodriguez, the United Nations, the French Institute-Alliance Française, XL Airways, Volkswagen, Alessi, Dreamworks, IDEELI and LIERAC.
In 2010 Charlotte started a weekly nightlife column for frenchmorning.com (first and largest web-magazine in French in the US) and founded the band LOST TEMPO iN PARiS blending live music, beat loops & vocals.
A few years later she created and hosted a video series project entitled Follow The Beats exploring NYC nightlife from the unique point of view of a DJ. She was also selected to join the Billboard Dance/Electronic Chart DJ reporting panel in October 2014 while further exploring music journalism and hosting.