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DJ Kamjo

By | February 16th 2011

Name: DJ Kamjo

Birthday: September 12.

Occupation: Disc Jockey and mechanical engineer.

When did you start deejaying?

I started as a bedroom DJ with an old set of turntables in my last year in high school. When I joined university, I got busy settling in school and went slow on it, but I began pursuing it seriously in third year and it’s been four years since then.

Do you work as an individual or as a group?

I work as an individual and also as a group with Disc Men Entertainment. I’m, however, concentrating on building DJ Kamjo as a brand.

What notable gigs have you played at?

Idols Africa Re-union concert, CHAT Awards 2010, Miss University of Nairobi 2010 and Nokia 5130 launch. I also play at Secrets Lounge on Fridays.

What kind of music do you like?

I am into different genres and that’s one of the reasons I got into deejaying. It also gives me an opportunity to sample and share different types of music.

Are you dating?

Yes, I am.

What do you look for in a partner?

Someone beautiful on the inside as well as on the outside.

Text: Silvia Njoki.

Photo: Ben Kiruthi

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