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The average price of DJs in Hawaii is $700

Compared to a national average of $500

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DJ James Vincent


‘21 Certificate of Excellence

New Hawaii resident DJ James Vincent has over 15 years of event experience in the New York City area as well as many locations in the mainland US, Europe, Canada, Mexico & Puerto Rico. Having provided top notch dj services for thousands of wedding guests, party revelers & club goers as well as a lengthy list of celebrity clients, James is fully insured and equipped with his own sound system & lighting. No crowd or venue is ever too big or small. Options for lighting and photo booths available. No crowd or venue is ever too big or small. Message, text or call to book DJ James Vincent for your event!

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What’s the secret to keeping a party dancing all night long?

Knowing the crowd that is in front of me & knowing the music THEY want--the latest hits, classic floor fillers and a few things that will surprise them along the way. Reading the energy of the guests and timing when to really pump them up as well as when to give them a moment to breathe or get a drink.

How would you describe your ‘style’?

Open Format is the best overall description of my style of playing and I think it's perfect for weddings since the crowd can be very diverse. Wedding guests are almost always a very varied range of people in the couples lives. Immediate & distant family, childhood & school friends, work associates, neighbors and even drinking buddies. Young, old and everywhere in between. Growing up in New Jersey near the melting pot that is New York City I was constantly interacting & making friends with many different kinds of people. At the same time I developed a taste & love for many different styles of music. Rock, Disco, Hip Hop, New Wave, Reggae, Salsa & Merengue, House, Jazz, R&B, Doo Wop, Big Band, Funk. You may hear every DJ say this but I REALLY & truly do love music. That love & knowledge of music allows me to throw something in the mix for every guest at a wedding or event.
My main dj influences early on were hip hop and house djs that I would hear on the radio and later in bars & nightclubs. House music djs seemed to take you on a musical 'journey' always building and layering while hip hop djs served up a barrage of beats, rhymes and wonderful noise with an urgency and speed. I like to find a balance between the two with my style of playing for a crowd while incorporating music from every genre.

What do you love most about your job?

The best thing about being a DJ is the ability to make people dance and have fun while doing something I love. As a child and young teen at parties I was always going through the hosts music collection selecting what songs to play. It's something that always came naturally to me and it rarely ever feels like a job.

What inspired you to start your own business?

My first week at college I went to the school radio station where I first laid hands on Technics 1200 turntables with the production studio mixing console. I would spend hours in there whenever it was free making mix tapes. The summer after my freshman year I worked 3 jobs to save up for my own set of turntables, mixer & some speakers. When I returned for my sophomore year I started doing parties in my apartment. Sometimes they were planned, sometimes I would just be playing records and friends would show up to hang out and ended up calling more friends to come by. Pretty soon I was getting asked to dj peoples parties and functions for different organizations around campus. When that started happening I knew right away that I could start making money djing. That's exactly what I did and I haven't stopped since.

Why should our clients choose you?

I've been playing records for people at parties most of my life. DJing for me has always been more of a lifestyle than a hobby or job. Since I decided to become a dj over 15 years ago I have literally played events every week. I've spun for every kind of event you might expect to see a dj--nightclub, birthday party, wedding, school dances, concert venue--and some you may not expect--retail stores, sporting event tailgate parties, private eating clubs. My musical roots run deep in many genres. My music collection is constantly updated. My search for 'that perfect playlist' for each event is a constant journey and labor of love for me. I love to work hard at making my clients events awesome.

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