Venezuelen born DJ Ñaña is providing Arabic countries Doha and Oman a Latino flavored Caribbean style experience. We quickly caught up with DJ Ñaña and expect to hear more from her soon.
First off.. How are you doing?
I’m great, thank for asking.
What gear are you DJing with?
Now I’m work with pioneer CDJ-2000NXS2 and DJM-900NXS2.
What do you personally consider as your career highlight thus far?
Being able to travel around the world, knowing new cultures, rhythms and sounds.
How do you balance your relationship with giving the listeners what they want and putting them on to music they need to be exposed to?
well, as you know it is not easy to show to the crowd new music that they aren’t used to hearing but the key is on the vibe. I usually dance with the crowd to make them feel a bit more comfortable.
DJs are the original record breakers, so what local/regional artist do you currently support?
Well, I’m living in a arabic country (Oman) sometimes I play music from a local singer named Eida Al Menhali.. but usually play music from my producers friends like 2irie, Tropikore, South Rakkas Crew and so on.
Pass the torch. What DJ should MyWayDJ interview next and why?
I will definitely will pass the Torch to 2irie a Barbadian/UK singer/dj and producer because his multi cultural production on a tropical bass vibe
About DJ Ñaña
LATINO FLAVOUR MIXING IT UP WITH A CARIBBEAN STYLE
DJ ñAñA Born in Venezuela on September 2nd, The “Ñ” on her stage name
represents the latin spirit that flows through her veins. Mixing
different musical cultures together has helped her find her way into
different music scenes in Venezuela, Barbados, Panama, Doha and now in Oman. “ñAñA” describes her shows as a burst of
energy, filled with emotions, incredible sounds, ‘latino’ flavour and nuff bass
Her particular sound has gotten her to share decks with big artists
such as: Major Lazer, Diplo ( multiple grammy and billboard awards) DJ Puffy ( Red Bull Three Style World 2016 Campion) Goshfather & Jinco (L.A.) Willy Chin from Black Chiney (Jamaica)South Rakkas Crew (Jamaica) Aaron Liberator (UK)
She also pleased the crowd in Barquisimeto
(Venezuela) with an opening show for Major Lazer
Ñaña was the resident DJ in the five star hotel The Westin in Doha for almost 2 years (The Best Brunch Fact Award 2017) and currenty she is the resident DJ of The Millennium Resort Mussanah in Oman.
The day that “moombahton” got to her ears through the mixtape “Blow
Your Head” by famous producer Dave Nada she said to herself “I need to
start DJing.” Now the young, female DJ explores the sounds of this
genre vividly, with big influences such as 2irie, Major Lazer, South
Rakkas Crew, Buraka Som Sistema, and the list goes on.