DJ/Variety Streamer | Pronounced as "Kiz-zuh" (like SZA, RZA, and GZA) | Open Format Turntablist DJ | Producer | San Diego
More About KZA
KZA is a Turntablist Open Format/Hip Hop DJ/Producer who does Mobile gigs, Weddings, Parties, Dances, and Clubs. KZA is a Filipino-American who also does bit of art here and there, with a background in Finance. He currently resides in his hometown San Diego. He enjoys rocking crowds and parties to showcase his skills. Currently no big achievements yet but it's only the beginning. He Started DJing at the age of 18 (3-4 years), and he got into it thanks to his Uncle and Grandpa who both DJ. His Uncle gave him his first ever setup which is two Technic 1200's and a Vestax PMC-06 and he learned Turntablism all by himself. KZA took DJing seriously when one of his best friends who did his very first iconic DJ tag, passed away from Sickle Cell (December 2018) and wanted to carry his legacy on in through music for him as he was passionate for music. KZA took DJing and life even more serious now, with my dad passing away next (August 2020) with his Ultimate goal to retire his mother and break the family generational curse and succeed with his career(s).
TBD, sorry i need to stream more lol
1. How Long have you been DJing? 3 years counting. Started DJing in Fall 2017. Started off with Weddings, and school dances! Started streaming in June 2020 2. What is your setup? DJ Gear: - 2 Reloop 8000 Mk2 Turntables - Pioneer DJM-S11 - Phase DJ's - Shure SM 58 Microphone Stream Gear -2020 Macbook 16" --2.4GHz 8‑core 9th‑generation Intel Core i9 processor, Turbo Boost up to 5.0GHz* --AMD Radeon Pro 5600M with 8GB of HBM2 memory* --64GB 2666MHz DDR4 memory* --4TB SSD storage* --4 Thunderbolt USB-C ports ^^^ I use that MacBook for both DJing and streaming. More Gear: - Ringlight - Sony A6000 (stock lens) - 2 KRK Rokit's - 2 USB Hubs - OBS Studio - Touch Portal on Phone - Internal Audio Interface - Serato Video 3. What kind of music do you play? - Almost everything, except Country. Some country is cool and I respect it. but Emphasis on Open Format