BY LYNTON AARON FILIA
DJ Dirty Fingerz from Papua New Guinea (PNG) will rock club Heritage Park Hotel tonight with hip hop and RnB along with the Solomon Islands fans.
Mr Brendan Chan also known as DJ Dirty Fingerz, who is part PNG, Australia and Chinese, will showcase what he’s made of at the Heritage Park Hotel on May 11 and May 12.
The show is open to public with a gate fee of $70 non-members and $40 members.
Dirty Fingerz said he is absolutely ready to give to his fans the grooving mixture of hip hop and RnB.
“I don’t prepare anything in advance for the show, I come and see the night and play what the crowd wants by playing couple of songs and if I see people wants then I play the song.
“Just come to the event and you won’t be let down, I will make you happy and everyone will enjoy the music party.”
He said he has a couple of friends here who are musicians and they have given some insights about what type of beat locals want.
Having already carved a significant career and presence within the PNG market, Dirty Fingerz has set his sights abroad as he strives to bring his Pacific flavours to the international dance floors.
Promoting, producing and spinning the hip hop and RnB sounds and artists he so masterfully handles has provided Dirty Fingerz an open door to the industry.
The strong partnership behind his success and fame is the Lamana Gold Club, a premier venue in Port Moresby, PNG.
At the age of 17 he has spent the last ten years creating, promoting and playing in night clubs, which has proven an ideal vehicle to grow his network and fan base in his own backyard.
This year, his focus will be on expanding into the International market and developing his presence in the PNG music landscape.
Countries already visited this year is
This year he has visited Australia particularly Cairns, Darwin, Sydney and Brisbane.
Photo caption—DJ Dirty Fingerz pictured at the Heritage Park Hotel, ready for the showdown tonight