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DJ Nasty Naz Caribbean Archives - DJ Nasty Naz

DJ Nasty Naz works with Lil Wayne’s Writer

Author: DJ Nasty Naz  //  Category: Music, Parties and Nightlife

DJ Nasty Naz, teams up with Lil Wayne’s writer, who recently penned the BILLBOARD 2011 HIT Single – How to Love (as performed at the 2011 VMA’s).

 

VIP – Lambo Lux ft Ray J, DJ Nasty Naz & Patrone

 

“Naz sounds dope man!” – Kevmo ( Rihannas Keyboardist)

“Yizzzzirrrr, Nice joint” – Parker ( Dr. Dres Producer)

DJ Nasty Naz is currently rated as East Coast Canadas number 1 DJ and Hype man –

He was most recently Multi Platinum Artist, Sean Kingstons tour DJ / tour Hype man and tour Chef.

Hes had the blessing of performing in Saudi Arabia, New Zealand, Australia, Paris, UK, across
the US, Canada and the Caribbean, with acts like Diddy, Timbaland, Akon, Justin Bieber, Selena Gomes, Lauryn Hill, Shaggy, Sean Paul, Wyclef Jean, The Marleys, etc to name a few.

Naz has teamed up with singer, songwriter, record producer and actor and Koch recording artist Ray J.

He has had Top Ten success in Austria, UK, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, Belgium, Norway, Ireland, the Netherlands and France. And has worked with multi-platinum recording artist Brandy, lil Kim, and Yung Berg, and top producers such as Rodney Jerkins, Timbaland, R. Kelly and the Neptunes.

Naz has also teamed up with writer extradonaire Lambo – who has most recently penned Lil Waynes Billboard Urban Hit – How to love.

The Track is called VIP, and its defintly something to keep ya pressing the replay button.

Here is the soundcloud Link http://snd.sc/nidX5j

Sean Kingston in Concert – Disgruntled Elephant Man

Author: DJ Nasty Naz  //  Category: Music, Parties and Nightlife
Krista Henry, The Jamaican Star Staff Reporter

Sean Kingston performing Jamaican style.

It was after 3 a.m. on Sunday morning when a disgruntled Elephant Man, after having his set cut short by police officers, unapologetically announced that fellow deejay and unscheduled performer Beenie Man had “mashed up” the Coca-Cola Presents Sean Kingston in Concert.

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Shawty fire burning in tha kitchen

Author: DJ Nasty Naz  //  Category: Caribbean Flavas, Food / Catering, Music

Flava of tha week

His crazy Caribbean style definitely shines through his music selection, his energy, and his food. DJ Nasty Naz’s professional career in the music industry as a tour chef, tour hype man and a tour DJ has allowed him to work with artists like the Black Eyed Peas, The Game, Akon, Wyclef, Danny Fernandes and Sean Paul to name a few. This attitude of continuously being on the grind has pitched this Trinidadian-born entrepreneur into a class of his own, with not only being a top DJ in the East Coast, but to having an award-winning restaurant in Fredericton, “Caribbean Flavas.”

His skills in the kitchen have allowed him to cater for a number of groups, including Akon, Sean Kingston, Girlicious, Hedley, The Trews, and even rock and roll legend Leonard Cohen. DJ Nasty Naz Flava of the Week will be a weekly column where Naz takes readers inside his world of cooking, performing and rubbing elbows with the stars. For more information on DJ Nasty Naz, visit www.djnastynaz.com, Join the “fan page” www.facebook.com/djnastynaz Follow him on Twitter www.twitter.com/djnastynaz. Or, to taste d’island life, visit Caribbean Flavas on 123 York St. Fredericton.

 

Somebody call N-A””Z… he’s got them shawtys fire burning in tha kitchen… whoaaa… Haha, how about I just stick to the cooking and leave the singing to the professionals, a customer told me this week. So much for me putting on dinner and a show.

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Dj Nasty – Caribbean Belle Magazine

Author: DJ Nasty Naz  //  Category: Caribbean Flavas, Music

Caribbean Belle Magazine April 2009 Issue

Dj Nasty Naz has been featured in the “Caribbean Belle” Magazine – one of the top Caribbean Magazines, which has started to take over not only the Islands by storm, but North America as well. He is featured as one of the Caribbean’s “Movers and Shakers”. This is for the April 2009 Issue, with an extensive write up, with how he got started, right up to some advice he gives to aspiring DJ’s.

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Caribbean Belle – The Caribbean’s Mover and Shaker – DJ Nasty Naz