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DJ Shraii

DJ Shraii

DJ SHRAII is a London Based Resident DJ for Milkshake @ Ministry of Sound and a Mix Resident for BBC ASIAN NETWORK. He has taken London by storm being one of the youngest established DJs to hit the industry for years! He has turned many of the finest nightclubs in London upside down, ranging from the stylish Mayfair clubs such as Funky Buddha, Aura and Anaya, to the world famous Ministry of Sound in Elephant & Castle (Milkshake). Having performed on nights along with artists such as Sean Paul, Wiz Khalifa, T-Pain, Wretch 32, Kid Ink, The Game, Pixie Lott, Tinashe, Skepta, Tyga, Wiley, S Club, Krept & Konan, Far East Movement, Annie Mac, Tim Westwood, Ghetts, to list a few.

One of DJ SHRAII’s best qualities is by far his versatility to transform his nightclub sets into a more professional, family friendly set depending on the event; whether it maybe an Asian mendhi party, an English wedding reception or a Guyanese birthday party!

DJ Shraii specializes in Hip Hop, House, Bollywood, Garage and more

Name some of your music inspirations?
Michael Jackson for his musical genius of arranging pieces of music. He was way ahead of his time, and he has inspired every big artist you can think of today, from Jay Z, Beyoncé to Kanye West to Justin Timberlake !

What is your all time favourite album?
Album of all time has to be Off The Wall – MJ. But currently my favourite album is J Cole – 4 your eyes only

What is your favourite all time single and why?
Thriller – MJ. Legendary,  biggest selling record of all . I actually prefer listening to the instrumental version and hearing all the different sounds and instruments he put together to make a magical ever-lasting soundtrack which will live on forever and ever.. longer than panda

Favourite food?
Thai, Chinese, Malaysian, Cantonese! Anything Asian & spicy

Which location do you love to DJ at?
Ministry of Sound!!!!!!!.. or somewhere hot

What is your favourite party starter song?
Hugely Depends on the party! Can’t go wrong with a bit of Motown to start things off I guess but like I say depends on the crowd

Vinyl or CD?
Vinyl, although I am young and play at student nights with CD Decks, I’m still a traditionalist and a strong believer in the statement that today’s top artists would be nowhere without the old legends. Also DJing became a big thing with vinyls. Of course it did begin with cassettes but DJing really took off with vinyls and all the tricks and scratching techniques will live on forever with vinyls, and plus they look way cooler than cds !

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