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Numerology information Deejay:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Definition funny of Deejay:
Alternative spelling of DJ, used by morons that are unaware DJ is an abbreviation of disc jockey, and for some reason believe the "word" needs to be spelled out phonetically.
Did you read about dee jay ahy em? You mean DJ AM, you moron? Of course I have! He's a legend!
He is a character from Street Fighter. DeeJay is a large Jamaican man who can fight as well as he plays. He joins the Street Fighter tournament as a publicity stunt, hoping that he will be recognized and his music will be heard all over the world. Trivia: DeeJay's pants say "Maximum" because it looks the same mirrored left and right, a virtual necessity in a 2D sprite based game.
Verb. To belittle a serious medical condition.
DeeJay: It's just a little blood DeeJay: It's just a little seizure DeeJay: It's just a little heart attack DeeJay: It's just a little death
noun; Dee-Jae. The phonetic pronunciation of the abbreviation "DJ", which originated with the term "Disk Jockey," from the job description of radio personalities who would "jockey" the "disks" - 45 rpm LP's at first, and later on, CD's - at radio stations. In the early 1970s, with the rise of hip-hop culture and the Universal Zulu Nation, it became synonymous with the practice of "scratching," originated by the DJ Grand Wizard Theodore, of New York City. It is one of the four key elements of hip-hop. See also MC.
Songs about Deejay:
And Now... Here Is Your Halloween Deejay ! (feat. Randall 'Wolfman' Gillion) [Introduction Jingle] by The Professional DJ from the Album Halloween.. Spooky Jingles and DJ drops
Yalla Yalla (M-A Deejay Remix) by Stereo Light from the Album Yalla Yalla
Tu Saves (feat. Valter Cuba Libre Deejay) [Play] by Joey & Rina from the Album Tu Saves (feat. Valter Cuba Libre Deejay) [Play]
Better Off Alone (DJ ReMix) (As Made Famous by Alice Deejay) by DJ ReMix Factory from the Album DJs Only - 90s Extended ReMixes
Heart Attack (Deejay Theory Remix) by Demi Lovato from the Album Heart Attack Remixes
Better Off Alone (Originally By Alice Deejay) by Various Musique from the Album I Live For Dance Vol. 1
Money In My Pocket (feat. Deejay Trinity) by Dennis Brown from the Album The Prime Of
Books about Deejay:
The Oldies Music Aptitude Test: Trivia Fun for Armchair Deejays by Barbara Jastrab (Dec 1, 2000)
The Case of the Disappearing Deejay (Nancy Drew No. 89) by Carolyn Keene (Jun 30, 1989)
The Pied Pipers of Rock 'N' Roll: Radio Deejays of the 50s and 60s by Wes Smith (Jan 1, 1989)
DeeJay & Betty by Anne Cameron (Jan 1, 1994)
The Deejays: how the tribal chieftains of radio got to where they're at. by Arnold. Passman (Jan 1971)
Mexico by Touch: True life experiences of a blind American DeeJay by Larry P. Johnson (Aug 21, 2003)
Dewey and Elvis: The Life and Times of a Rock 'n' Roll Deejay (Music in American Life) by Louis Cantor (Apr 10, 2010)
Movies about Deejay:
VOL. 2-DEEJAYS Unrated -
Wiki information Deejay:
A disc jockey is a person who mixes recorded music for an audience. Originally, "disc" referred to phonograph records, not the later compact discs. Today, the term includes all forms of music playback, no matter the medium. The title "DJ" is also...
Deejay is a term in Jamaican music for a reggae or dancehall musician who sings and "toasts" to an instrumental riddim. Deejays are not to be confused with disc jockeys from other music genres like hip-hop, where they select and play music....