Top 10 Deejays In Kenya 2020
Ever wondered who are the Top 10 Deejays In Kenya 2020? There are tons of Disc jockeys in the 254 that are doing fine in the entertainment space. However, some are better than others, and here, we will explore the top ten amongst them.
Here we go:
1. Dj Joe Mfalme:
The Nairobi’s Hottest Sensation! The Reigning Top Media and Award Winning Dj in Kenya. Capital FM’s DJ Joe Mfalme was the winner of the 2010 Pilsner Mfalme Hottest Media DJ.
In 2009, he got the second top prize for the inaugural Pilsner Mfalme Hottest DJ competition.
A Blessed Kenyan 254’s Hottest Sensation…Award Winning Top Media Dj at Capital Fm and Channel O’s Africa’s Resident Dj.
Dj Joe has headlined big shows including; Airtel Trace Music Star, Koroga festival, Guinness made of black, Coke Studio Africa, Tusker Twende Rio promotion, Paris 7s after party, and Luo festival just to mention a few.
His favorite genres of music are Ragga, Dancehall, Crunk and Old ‘Skul hip Hop.
2. Dj Bash:
Simon Koikai aka DJ Bash was born on the 18th of March 1987. Having grown up in a family that wouldn’t go a day without listening to music, this fostered his passion for music from an early stage.DJ Bash’s interest in being a DJ Sparked in the year 2008 after attending the Pilsner Mfalme DJ Competition. Seeing the crowd light up through music, he got inspired and fell in love with the art.
As time went by, he would slowly sharpen his skills with experience from his musical background that gave him the ability to play all genres of music. In 2014, DJ Bash joined Homeboyz Entertainment. He had his first debut on Homeboyz Radio 103.5 FM where he had two shows. The Juice In the Mix with Tallia Oyando every Friday 11am to 1pm and hosts the Overdose which airs every Saturday from 1pm to 3pm. DJ Bash is also a lecturer at Homeboyz Entertainment DJ Academy (M.T.A) where he trains other upcoming DJs.
3. Dj Moh Spice:
DJ Moh, real name Nicholas Mugo, is a 32-year-old reggae deejay who honed his skills at Dohty Family, an entertainment firm that specializes in reggae music.
The younger brother to Dj Kym NickDee became the head DJ at Dohty family before starting his own company, Mohspice Entertainment.
4. Dj Creme Dela Crème:
DJ Crème de la Crème born as George Njuguna has evolved from an amateur decks man to one of the most Celebrated and Fine Dj in East Africa.
DJ Creme de la Crème, started deejaying in 2003 when he was in Kabarak University pursing a degree in Computer Science ending up with a 2nd Class Honors In 2006 then started doing deejaying professionally.
He does not just entertain, but he is also into fashion as he the CEO of Epic Nation Clothing.
The Gengetone Chief, Jones Achido also known as VdJ Jones or is an African DJ based in Kenya who began his DJ career in back in 2014 after completing his university studies at Multimedia University.
In 2016 Vdj Jones started doing street DJ mixes which majorly had its biggest audience in the streets, matatus , markets and even at home. He grew from being a regular street DJ to one of the top and best-selling names in the country.
Jones also doubles up as a producer, giving us hits like Rieng Remix, Wale Mang’aa, Kwote kwote,Pare Pare and many more.
6. Dj Lyta:
DJ Lyta, real name Samuel Mwangi and the second-born of five siblings, never dreamt of becoming a DJ when he was young. After completing primary school at Bishop Mahianini Academy in Murang’a and his secondary education at Gituru Secondary School in Nyahururu, he proceeded to Zetech College for a diploma in information technology.
However, his life took an unexpected turn when he started experimenting with Virtual DJ, a music mixing software, and after a six-month audio production course at Eagles Production Studio in the Nairobi CBD, Lyta immersed himself in his new-found passion. He started creating head-banging, half-hour music mixes and distributing them in well-labelled compact discs to matatus plying the Kayole route, where he lived with his dad. Street blast Volume 1, which featured top reggae hits of the day, was the first music mix he created and was first played in a matatu in mid-2012.
7. DJ Kym NickDee:
DJ Kym NickDee the older brother to celebrated reggae DJ Moh Spice is one of the street DJs when it comes to video mixing. Most of his mixes are played on matatus, and his selection will keep you entertained with his dope video mixes
DJ Kym deals in various genres enhanced with sound effects and bold graphics.
8. Dj Mellow:
Melody Wanjiru a.k.a. DJ Mellow has started her career as a Disc Jockey through assistance by senior DJ’s.
After playing at the best high end events in Kenya for the last five years, she confided in her abilities to deliver a cutting edge in music, and stand true to her reputed profile. High profile clientele stand testimony to her superior styles of getting a party to life.
9. Dj Kris Darling:
Kris Darling is the founder of Dohty Family, a group of deejays popular in spinning Reggae music. He was raised in Kibera, but his career as a top-notch DJ afforded him the privilege to choose where he lives. He has since been on many international tours such tours as One Man & One Night and has won many awards including Golden Mic Award and Ghetto Stars Award
10. DJ Kalonje:
George Waweru is a Kenyan Dj and VJ popularly known as Dj Kalonje was born in Nairobi, Kenya. He is known for his wicked mixes such as Street Locked Mixes which made him bag Chaguo La Teeniez (CHAT) Award in 2010. He has been active in the industry since 2010 to present.