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The Best Wedding DJ In San Diego

Rock Your Wedding With The Best Wedding DJ In San Diego

Wedding marks the start of a new life for the couple in love. It is an auspicious occasion and both the bride and groom want it to be picture perfect. A lot of planning goes into arranging a wedding. A lot of things need to be taken care of. From caterers to decorations to music everything has to be perfect and according to what the couple desired.

The venue, the decorations and the music are all responsible for setting an ambient atmosphere. These days no event is complete without a little music and weddings are no different. On the contrary, weddings need to have the best music to set up the mood and entertain the guests. Not only does music provide an ambient background but it also pumps up people to enjoy the event more than they were doing before. It takes a single beat to make a person forget all the worries in the world and rock the dance floor.

Can you imagine a wedding without music? I am sure you can’t, neither can we. This is why, to make your wedding more special we offer some of the best DJs in San Diego.

Things To Consider When Looking For A DJ For Your Wedding

Choosing a DJ for your wedding isn’t an easy decision as it may sound. There are a lot of things to consider. Make sure you check the following things before you hire a DJ for your wedding.

Updated Equipment

It is your right to ask questions when hiring a DJ for your wedding. Make sure your wedding DJ has updated equipment to support their claim of high quality service. DJs that don’t possess updated and latest equipment will never be able to deliver the quality you deserve. My DJs has the best equipment that is updated to the current industry standards.


Another important thing to note is your DJ’s experience. Your wedding is an important occasion; you wouldn’t want to ruin it just because you hired a bad DJ. Music is very important at weddings and actually helps in setting up the mood at the venue. Without music, weddings would seem dull and non-entertaining. So it is very important to hire an experience DJ that will make sure to rock the entire wedding event.

Music Genre

There are DJs out there who can only play a specific genre of music. You need an all round DJ for your wedding who can play different genres of music. Different people like different types of music, so have an all round DJ can keep everyone entertained.

Price And Value

Always ask yourself if you are getting the right value with the price you are paying. You have to compare the services you are getting against the total cost of hiring the DJ.

My DJs offers the best and the most professional DJ service in San Diego. With My DJs, You will definitely get your money’s worth.

Other Services We Offer

We also offer additional services to complement the different music choices. Some of our other services that can enhance your entire wedding arrangement experience include the following;

  • Photo Booths
  • Wide Range Of Lighting
  • Dance Floors
  • LCD Screen
  • Generators
  • Karaoke (With a collection of over 100000 songs and two microphones)

So if you are looking for a DJ in San Diego for your wedding then look no further than My DJs. We’ll make sure that we make the day special for you, more than it already is. With our wide range of services and awesome DJs you are bound to have a fun experience like no other.

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Our sympathy goes out to those directly and indirectly affected by COVID-19. Please know that you and your family are in our minds and hearts during this time. Your health, well-being, is important as ever to us. On the off chance you need a little support with the social side of things, I just thought I’d put our name on your radar. We are now hosting a live “Social Distance Party”


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DJ D-Nice Online

The Best DJ house party online during Coronavirus Quarantine

DJ D-Nice

The online party is all anyone is talking about (well, besides the very reason for them). On Monday morning (does the man sleep?), Jones was on “CBS This Morning” talking to Gayle King (yep, she was “at” the party, too), and later that night, he appeared on “The Tonight Show: At Home Edition” with Jimmy Fallon.

“I just wanted to do something good for people, and it turned into something really good. It was so unexpected,” Jones told Fallon.

“What you’re doing is exactly what we need,” the late-night host said.


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I never would’ve imagined that the best party I would create and DJ would be from the comfort of my own home. Homeschool is a thing! Yesterday was absolutely insane. The amount of artists and friends that virtually partied with me far exceeded my expectations. I’m feeling nothing but gratitude. ?????? Thanks to all of you that supported. This has been a great way to keep our spirits high. Blessings! Sending some love to my family. Shout out to all of my industry execs! Much love to all of the artists! JLo, Drake, Naomi Campbell, De La Soul, Black Thought, Diddy, Bun B., Keri Hilson, Will Packer, Gabrielle Union, H.E.R., America Ferrara, Donnie Wahlberg, Uncle Luke, Russell Simmons, Dapper Dan, Rob Morgan, Mary J. Blige, DJ Khaled, T.I., Kelly Rowland, Common, Lance Gross, Queen Latifah, DJ Clark Kent, Rich Medina, DJ Tony Touch, Stretch Armstrong, Traci Ellis Ross, Ne-Yo, Usher, DJ Premier, Swizz Beatz, NO I.D., Yvette Noel Schure, Erykah Badu, Fat Joe, Jay Electronica, PNB Rock, Nile Rogers, Fonzworth Bentley, Marisa Tomei, Michelle Williams, Victor Cruz, Karruenche Tran, Ciara, Daymond John, Angie Martinez, Groove Theory’s Bryce, Tank, Cam’ron, Ludacris, Fabolous, Dorian Missick, Yvette Nicole Brown, Tasha Smith, Jadakiss, Kwamé, Chris Spencer, Royale Watkins, Estelle, Bresha Webb, Jermaine Dupri, Vanessa Williams, DJ Aktive, Lee Daniels, Affion Crockett, MC Lyte, Ro James, D-Dot Angelette, Kenny Burns, Tika Sumpter, Marlon Wayans, Lauren London, Loni Love, Dallas Austin, June Ambrose, April Walker, Just Blaze, Kangol Kid from UTFO, Omar Epps, Keisha Epps, Roland Martin, Big Tigger, DJ Trauma, Lil Jon, Dule Hill, Jazmyn Simon, DJ Cassidy, Marsai Martin, Lance Gross, Anthony Hamilton, Young Guru, Lalah Hathaway, Carl Payne, Damien Hall, Denyce Lawton, Lennox Lewis, Niecy Nash, Mashonda, Erick Sermon, Jairobi, DJ Envy, DJ Enuff, Miles Brown, Lamann Rucker, Mark Brown, DJ VLuv, and more. Wow! #DNiceHomeschool #DNicePhotography #SelfPortrait.

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As noteworthy as the jam sessions are, the public’s zealous response is just as interesting. DiploBiz MarkieQuestlove and a host of folks you have probably never heard of are mixing songs for the self-isolating masses. But DJing live online is nothing new: For nearly a decade, websites such as Boiler Room have been broadcasting musical mixes from across the globe.

“You can’t talk about D-Nice without looking at it in the context of what already exists,” said Adrian Loving, a Washington-based DJ and artist. “It’s not a singular phenomenon.”

But these are strange times. New or not, what Jones is doing (and will keep doing, he says) has sparked something severely lacking in these past few weeks: joy. While no online stream can replace the feeling of being in the actual club, sweating and laughing with your friends, that is precisely the point. Those days might be gone for the foreseeable future, and society will have to find new ways to connect that don’t include grinding on each other.

Just as we are putting those physical walls up, though, D-Nice and his social distancing parties are breaking metaphorical ones down. The club is so often associated with velvet ropes, VIPs and the dreaded “list.” Club Quarantine eliminates all that. Where else can your auntie jam to Beyoncé “alongside” Mrs. Obama? Where else can Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg walk into the room (or chat, as it were) and keep the party going by making sure the technology doesn’t shut the whole thing down? In that way, the Instagram live parties are underscoring a fact that could be easy to forget while home alone — we’re all in this together.

“I don’t have a playlist,” Jones told King on Monday. “I literally just play what feels good. I wanted people to feel good. I want their spirits to be lifted through music, just one song at a time.”

After taking a much-needed break, D-Nice will be back at it Wednesday at 6 p.m. Eastern time.

Source:  Washington Post  Helena Andrews-Dyer

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