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I would have been a philanthropist if I didn't become a Disk Jockey

I would have been a philanthropist if I didn't become a Disk Jockey
Nigerian Disc Jockey, Anih Chineye Jeremiah popularly known as Unstoppable DJ Nero has expressed his passion for humanitarian efforts

Nigerian Disc Jockey, Anih Chineye Jeremiah popularly known as Unstoppable DJ Nero has expressed his passion for humanitarian efforts, saying if he did not become a DJ, he would have ended up as a philanthropist to impact people’s lives.DJ Nero started his disc jockey career under the stage name DJ JDN and was also a dancer but had to switch into being a professional DJ.He said: “I wanted to play the right song at the right time and also keep the dance floor booming.” In 2018, he released a mixtape titled ‘Best Of June’, a compilation of songs that featured several Nigerian artists including Wizkid, Burna Boy, Olamide, Duncan Mighty, Yemi Alade among others.

The mixtape also included ‘Lagos Vibes’, a song that featured vocals from Wizkid.He developed an interest in music at a tender age, growing up listening to various genres of music including pop, afro juju, highlife, afrobeat, jazz, hip-hop, rhythm and blues and soul among others.

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