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DJ

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for DJIBOUTI.

DJ

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Djibouti. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Djiboutian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Djibouti. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Djibouti. Each major Djiboutian subdivision has its own code with the prefix "DJ." For example, the code for the Region of Dikhil is ISO 3166-2:DJ-DI.
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The 34-year-old who hails from Makuta in North East District is mentored by one of the country's renowned DJs, DJ Collastro.
Chapter 5 documents the decline of the mobile DJ scene with the rise of scratch DJs. Most of Wang's informants credit the popularity of Herbie Hancock's 1983 single "Rocket" as the conduit for mastering scratching on the turntables.
rekordbox 4.0 (free of charge) is still the music management software DJs have come to rely on, with the same familiar layout and indispensable functionality.
The DJ and club business in India is booming recently with EDM music festivals like Sunburn also independent gigs played by famous DJs like Armin Van Buuren, Tiesto, Avicii and others.
What his essay seems to not engage with or talk about is either the knowledge or affective economies that these mohalla DJs or indeed any others participate in.
The Kurdish Globe By Zakaria Muhammed--Erbil People are not so keen on hiring bands anymore as DJs cost less and deliver a larger variety of music.
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Well, for budding club DJs out there, the fact that OHM Records in Dubai has just launched a new in-house DJ and Production school is probably music to your ears.
Amin Golestan fought off more than 50 amateur & professional DJs from across the region to take the coveted crown in a thrilling 10 minute live performance that had judges and the packed audience enthralled.
Spoony, one of the UK's leading DJs, will launch the scheme at Brynteg School in Bridgend today.
Initially in the Latin music scene disc jockeys (or DJs or deejays) were used to warm up the audience before the headlining band performed and in between sets in a concert of nightclub.
I make records for DJs, records that make the club jump off.