A Conversation with DJ Dainjazone

Author: Bryan Cain-Jackson
Published: November 19, 2012 at 4:17 am
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“Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others make it happen.” – Michael Jordan.

Which category do you fall in?

If you’re in the music industry, it should be quite obvious where you sit in regards to that quote. Yes, so few of us are afforded the opportunity to do what we love and have it serve as our primary source of income.

One of the hottest deejays on the scene today is DJ Dainjazone – and to what does he credit his success?

“The only thing you’ll ever hear me brag about is my work ethic.” Dainjazone said.

Before becoming a DJ that women swoon at the sight of, Dainjazone was pitching his way through school at New Mexico State University. He had dreamed of becoming Major League Baseball player. In 2006, Dainjazone would begin to chart a new path that his future would take.

Dainjazone didn’t know that his path would lead him to the highly coveted spot as LMFAO’s resident DJ for the Party Rock Crew – a spot that is wild in popularity and known for throwing the best parties and hosting the best concerts.

In his performances that have spanned 6 continents, he’s been alongside Madonna, appeared on Good Morning America, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and many others.

Currently he is on tour with LMFAO. When Dainjazone and I got the chance to sit and have a chat over the phone, I didn’t hear a rising hot star in his industry – I heard a guy who is doing something that he loves to do.

Bryan: Thanks for taking the time out to talk with me today. I understand that you were on tour before coming back from LA. Are you on a break right now?

Dainjazone: Yes, we just got back from Mexico today. Before that we were in Turkey, Israel and Spain.

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Article Author: Bryan Cain-Jackson

Bryan, a native of the Northern California Bay Area is an Assistant Editor for Technorati. He writes in nearly ever channel; entertainment, politics, lifestyle, human interest, automotive, and some tech as well. He has also contributed to the Huffington Post. …

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