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Dj Konai is #Flyah







Hello, my name is DJ Konai and I have been producing for 12 years. I have worked for Atlantic Records for 5 years so I know about music business. I have 3900 Subscribers on my youtube, 3000 on facebook, and 4000 on twitter and expanding. I already throw shows in my city with my crowd of hundreds which I have footage for.
I was the only DJ at Six Flags Maryland and I DJed on Cruise Ships (Spirit of Washington & Odyssey)

www.youtube.com/djkonai 
www.twitter.com/djkonai
www.facebook.com/djkonai

I work with Grammy nominated producers called "The Inkredibles" whos produced for hundreds of huge artists such as Jay-Z and Rick Ross as well as managed by DJ Khaled. My mentor is Grammy Award Winning Producer Troy Taylor whos not only worked with Whitney Houston, Boyz II Men and Arethra
Franklin, but also has signed the #1 R&B artist in the country, Trey Songz. My goal and aim is to blend EDM with the Kpop market and I plan to brand that niche since I believe nobody is doing this right now. Thanks for taking time to read my bio. Cheers!


New DJ blends EDM + Kpop sound.
With thousands of fans rolling in to the new found niche, many pop fans relate to the music as well. DJ Konai has set the trend and is rolling in tens-of-thousands of followers who are eager to hear the new type of sound. With EDM & Kpop market being so big already, to blend this has never been done before and this would bring two of the biggest world markets together! DJ Konai has just released four songs out of his highly anticipated album "Scrolls Of Amadeus" which debuts early summer of 2015 and plans on releasing all of his music videos late Spring!



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