A disc jockey, more commonly abbreviated as DJ, is a person who plays recorded music for an audience and they play a huge role in the ecosystem of the music scene to the extent where their work cannot be overrated.
In this article, I will be talking about the Top 5 females Dj’s in Nigeria.
Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola, professionally known DJ Cuppy does it all, from deejaying to recording music with an album to her name even, she is also a show host as the voice for Apple’s Music’s Africa Now Radio. She has powerful endorsements with brands such as Pepsi with an Instagram following of 7.2 million followers.
Olawunmi Okerayi, known by her stage name DJ Lambo, is a Nigerian disc jockey with Chocolate City Group, she is one of the foremost record labels in the continent, giving rise to some of the best rappers in Nigeria and DJ Lambo is the official DJ for the group. A true DJ of influence, she has also recorded music with an EP titled A Tale of Two Cities and other singles.
Obianuju Catherine Udeh professionally known as DJ Switch is a Nigerian disc jockey, songwriter and musician who emerged as the winner of the first edition of The Glo X Factor in 2013. She got loved when she put her transitioning skills on display during a Saturday party for the 2020 edition of Big Brother Naija. she put her transitioning skills on display during a Saturday party for the 2020 edition of Big Brother Naija.
Chizoba Madu known as Dj Barbie is a Nigerian DJ who has received a name for herself in the alleys of Afrobeats by playing in most clubs in Lagos, the commercial capital of Nigeria as well as in Warri. A blend of the two cities, she is also the official DJ for Warri Again, an annual comedy and music tour that takes place in both locations.
Nanayat Abedoh known as Dj Nana, she is from Kogi State, she broke into the spotlight when she won a competition convened by Airtel, Bacardi and Cool FM. A protege of the legendary DJ Jimmy Jatt, she learned the deejaying craft as his understudy