Winky Junko and Riri Mestica belonging to world-class DJs shared their experiences in the Boshe VVIP Club Bali. Aside from being followed by resident DJs of the club, the event exploring the DJ knowledge was also attended by participants from DJ schools in Bali. It took place intimately on Wednesday (Dec 5).
While spreading friendship smile, Winky Junko said that it was difficult to become a DJ in the past. Other than lacking of facilities, the existing clubs were very limited. He claimed to learn about 3 months and then often played to clubs. “Now, there are a lot of clubs so there are more chances to learn and open more work job opportunities,” he said.
Similar opinion was also revealed by Riri Mestica. He said that to be a professional DJ one had to master the straggle first and then find more opportunities to practice. “In the past, it was hard to draw fans to come every week,” he said.
Marketing & Media Relations of Boshe VVIP Club, IGAB Sanjaya Putra, said that Boshe deliberately organized the event in order to share with DJ Winky and Riri. Before they made a presentation on stage at Boshe entertainment, there was an opportunity to get some tips regarding their success in the DJ profession. “Essentially, it is a great opportunity for DJs to further learn with them both,” he said. (BTN/015)
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