DJ Dirty Fingerz impress audience at club HP


DJ Dirty Fingerz pose for a photo during his performance at Heritage Park. Photos by Daniel Kakadi

DJ Dirty Fingerz made a stunning double performance with his hiphop and RnB vibes to celebrate Mother’s Day at the Heritage Park Hotel on Friday and Saturday.

Saturday was described as the best night with mothers counting down the clock to mark the mother’s day celebration.

DJ Dirty Fingerz, also known as Brendan Chan on Saturday put on the best DJ performance with combination of appealing dance soundtracks – the island beat, hip hop and RnB.

His sounds made mothers and others attending the show jump off their seats and own the dance floor, singing and cheering happy mother’s day.

Chan also did a performance alongside DJ Walton, a well-known local DJ known for his mixture of Island, hiphop and RnB.

Combination of both artists rocked the dancing floor on Saturday night till late, and it was observed that everyone present had the time of their lives.

The whole night ended peacefully with everyone enjoying the party because there was no arrest and unlawful behaviour from the public who were using the HP premises.

Dirty Fingerz’s show event in Honiara, particularly club HP is part of his Island Night tour with South Pacific artists.

In a nutshell, Dirty Fingerz has done what it takes to make the party matter to the general audience of Honiara, as a young role model in the soundscape of pacific music industry.

DJ Dirty Fingerz has set his sights abroad as he strives to bring his Pacific flavours to international dance floors.

Chan said he was inspired when meeting Dr Dre, a world renowned DJ in the United States and DJ Mustard, an American record producer, record executive, actor, DJ and rapper.

He met both in their studio which then eventually build Mr Chan into the DJ scene of becoming recognised regionally and internationally.

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