The local industry is flooded with millions of celebrities and DJs are part of them. We have several young men and women who have ventured into the djing career and every day we see academies mushrooming from every corner of the country to nurture raw talent into superstars.
Despite the notion that the deejaying profession is not for the so bright minds, there are many learned DJs who have come out to disprove this notion among them is DJ Creme Dela Creme, DJ Juan, JD Sadiq and DJ Mo… just to mention but a few.
Well, we appreciate these DJs but most of them have annoying behaviours and here are are some of them.
- Self marketing
Most of the local delays spend most of the time marketing themselves by advertising their social media accounts. “Follow me on Snapchat, Instagram and twitter @DJ Mscute..” Boss hire a PR manager!
2. Spend time kubig-up mpango wa kandos and girlfriends
Kenyan DJs like sending greetings and every time they are on the decks, they use 80% to biging up their girlfriends and side dishes. Utaskia, “Shiro was Githu 44, umesalimiwa” or “A gyal dem, Beyonce wa Ungwaro niaje?”. It’s high time they understand that clubs are not radio stations where people send their loved ones greetings. Mnabore!
3. Sound effects
We have all heard this —> ‘This is your mama’s favourite DJ’, ‘Mr x the baddest DJ in town’, ‘you’re chilling with best DJ in Kenya’, ‘come back selecta’, ‘mbrrrrrcha, awuoooh, thitima’ and ‘your girlfriend’s favourite DJ’. They are just a few of the sound effects these DJs use. They are soooooooooooo annoying and revellers hate DJs with such behaviours. Some also have drops that are not as creative. Why can’t Kenyan DJs up their game?