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Synonyms for dj

a person who announces and plays popular recorded music

comment on music to be played

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Brooklyn native Sean Marquand, of the Phenomenal Handclap Band, DJ'd the event.
Meanwhile Jesus was acting his age, rather than that of his ageing missus, as he DJ'd at a fashion party in Santiago, Chile.
I DJ'd with Muska twice, actually, when they premiered the Element video.
so we came and we had a circus tent, a cafe; Nightmares On Wax DJ'd and the Coldcut boys played.
He campaigned for President Obama, hosted BET's Inauguration Day coverage and DJ'd ABC's Neighborhood Ball inaugural party.
At the first-ever ROM Sleepover on Friday, November 7, 2008, 180 happy kids and parents explored Museum exhibits, took part in dino-themed hands-on activities, and enjoyed a DJ'd pajama party with karaoke.
Did I forget to mention that I DJ'd for over 380,000 parade attendees this year in Vancouver on a moving float.
Over the past two decades he has opened and closed a successful fashion shop called RAP, decorated Paris' hip Andy Wahloo bar and restaurant, DJ'd, managed bands and made music, designed furniture and album covers, opened a guest-house in Marrakech, dabbled in fashion design and organized events.
Everyone grooved to a '70s sound track expertly DJ'd by Playboy Radio personalities (and former Playmates) Miriam Gonzales and Deanna Brooks, which was simulcast live on Sirius Radio.
The fun continued and later in the week I dj'd at a surprise 40th birthday party for Emma Garrett.
His debut album Tales From A Skinny White Boy is out later this month and he has made fans of Bloc Party's Kele Okereke, Lily Allen and the legendary Don Letts who have all DJ'd at his shows.
Bliss - real name is Ayalah Bentovim - said: 'I DJ'd all over Wales - Cardiff, Swansea, I even played Tenby.
Cosby's entrepreneurial spirit started early when in high school he founded SoundFX, where he DJ'd and produced independent dances.
O'Dowd, who also plays in PTV3, is no stranger to artists who confound gender roles: The Toilet Boys are fronted by Miss Guy, the whippet-thin drag queen who DJ'd at New York City's long-running queer rock club, Squeezebox.
Where else can you listen to Bob Dylan, Frank Sinatra, The Crash Test Dummies, and Babes With Axes during one show DJ'd by kids as fresh as the world is new?