DJ Una started his career as a finalist MTV VJ Hunt in 2004 (PRESENTER/HOST) and cover girls magazine “Kawanku” after winning some modeling contest from a very young age start in Medan till she come to Capital City..And now in her hometown they have The Trophy Putri Una for modeling contest (MODEL). DJ Una made her debut as recording artist with first single “SAVE OUR SOUND” in collaboration with Canadian DJ “Korina Dahl” and published by “Above All Records” Dutch recording Company (MUSIC PRODUCER). Una release debut EP: #PLANETOFTHEAPPS EP (Dance Music EP) after DAKU available in all digital stores and Omar Winata & Okky Maleh as Executive Producer and una choose SHINE as first single from 5 dance music tracks in “#PLANETOFTHEAPPS” EP (SHINE music video shoot in BALI,her “2nd home”) September 2015 she release new POP music single “AKU SIH YES” composer by Acho Jibrani,a single from #POPCHORD EP her first POP mini album with same record label LEVEL NINE ASIA.

Why did you decide to become a DJ? Was it your dream from early years and was it difficult to start?

Hmm ok, first of all it started from my passion of dance and music and I also love to seen dj performances. To become a dj was my dream, but it wasn’t too hard to start… but it takes persistence to get there.

Your experience as a DJ has taken you across the world. Which was your favourite country to perform in and why? Do you like to perform in your native country?

My exprerience, of course, built from television DJ and I became one of 100 T0P Female DJs. Firstly I toured around my own country, which consists of 33 islands, I got so much experience, and now can’t wait to tour another countries.

Is there any female Dj you admire and want to play with?

Many female DJs I would really-really want to play with! One of them are: Lisa Lashes, Havana Brown, Nina Kraviz, Miss Nine and of course DJs from battle competition. I think so many of them, lol)

Do you think that «Dj world» is men’s world? In your opinion is it harder for girl to become famous Dj? What challenges have you faced being a female DJ and how did you overcome them?

Dance and music are for only men or women, it means that DJ world is not just a men’s world! At the end everyone will judge what you’ve done. It means, that I want to show that things like positiv impact, education, music, performing or fashion, entertaintment of the crowd can be in value. I hope I can change public opinion about female DJ.

Could you describe your feelings when you play music?

It feels like eating favourite popcorn) you can’t stop and constantly munch it till 1 pop, Lol!

What are your biggest sources of inspiration when you are mixing or producing music?

Every dj has their personal character, so I put every sweet beat to be inspiration, and every dj is adorable!

Can you share your dreams and plans for future concerning Djing? What would you like to achieve?

My dream is so weird, haahha, I can say that because I want to mix modren with traditional culture! Music, dance & stage decoration… I’ll make all people, not just clubbers or partyholics, that they can dance and enjoy it and know who they are. When people know how to taste it by listening, visual, body and soul and create charity nights, so when do the party, we share our happiness to people, who needs it.


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