We had the good fortune of connecting with David Nyamekye and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi David, why did you pursue a creative career?
This is hard to answer and it is hard because you being an artist/dj you really don’t have a steady paycheck. I have always been a people person and a likable guy around people. I have always had the passion of seeing people happy so I thought being a dj it did allow me to achieve that but spreading love through music or what I do.
Music is an universal language so being on stage and seeing different cultures/people dancing to whatever genre of songs I’m playing and cheering me up makes me so happy.

Can you open up a bit about your work and career? We’re big fans and we’d love for our community to learn more about your work.
I think what really sets me apart from others is my work ethic but most importantly I did say my passion and courage for being a dj. What really proud of is actually seeing people happy and when people come out to me and ask to take pictures with you or Gives you your accolades on how dope your set was. That makes me happy knowing that I’m on the right path of making people happy behind the turn tables. I think what really got me where iam today professionally is taking every opportunity I had seriously and embracing whatever outcome came from it and also again as I mention the crowd/the people.
Most of the times I just take a chance. I was more hungry into getting an opportunity to dj or show case my talent then just the money. I have always look beyond the money because I felt like after I have mastered my craft or build good relationships with people the money will come later. I want the wolrd to always remember my brand or know that this is a brand that I couldn’t build without their support and love.

Any places to eat or things to do that you can share with our readers? If they have a friend visiting town, what are some spots they could take them to?
The thing about living in LA is that there is a lot of beautiful places to visit. For example, Venice beach, Hollywood, Santa Monica, Malibu and downtown LA. When it comes to the night life it is pretty much the samething but one of my favorite places to go is ELEVATELOUNGE in downtown LOS ANGELES on the rooftop(21st floor).

Shoutout is all about shouting out others who you feel deserve additional recognition and exposure. Who would you like to shoutout?
It is hard to answer this question because being a dj it is like you always have new things to learn from other djs. I have had a lot of djs that has had hands into my success as a dj. However I did love to give a shoutout to FRANCIS APPIAH, DJ Nana Yaw, Dj Kev, dj LENTINI and Dj stone for all the encouragement and training they gave me and always being able to believe in my craft. Shoutout to SJaquis for also believing in my work ethics and for allowing me to be interviewed on this platform.

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