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GemStarr

Genre: Electro House, House, Progressive House, Tech House
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A familiar figure in the entertainment industry, GemStarr started out as an observer at O Bar back in 2002. Soon his passion for music took to a higher stage in 2007 when his current crew mate Ollie'Des took residency at O bar. He started his first night in July 2007 at O bar. He went on to join dbl O Singapore as a resident Dj responsible for dropping the hottest house tunes in January 2009.

His guest Dj gigs include Siloso Beach Party NYE count down 2010, DXO Club, Rebel Boutique Club, Mink & The Butter Factory. He has played along side with local house heads like Joshua P, Ramesh T, Kenneth Francis, Deno Dusk & Brendon P. He has also opened for Progressions (the leading Trance brand in Singapore)and has worked with LMFAO’s DJ Lucky Lou and Audiobot. He is currently an active member of the Supafellaz.

His monthly in house event “BASS KICK”, a monthly house themed night, had also made headlines in dbl O. 

Currently, he is contracted to the most dominating company in the entertainment scene, Massive Collective and is a regular figure at all of Massive clubs. He is also the owner of Ministry of DJs, the top DJ school in Singapore

Club Residencies
  • DXO
  • O Bar (Robertson Walk)
  • dbl O  (Gallery Hotel)
  • dbl O (Roberson Walk)
  • dbl O (Queens Street)
  • Zirca
  • Playhouse
  • DREAM
  • Fenix Room
  • Empire
  • Vice
  • Match
  • Bang Bang

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