Oluwaforijimi Adewale Amu did not set out to be a renowned disc jockey. The thought of spinning turntables did not immediately appeal to him. But that career happenstance is not only putting bread on his table. It has made the man known as DJ Jimmy Jatt a bonafide hip-hop head and world-renowned turntablist.
With almost three decades in the business that has seen him release two albums, write an autobiography appropriately titled Avant-Garde, headline some of the biggest shows the country has ever seen and mentor others, Jimmy’s time as the top echelon of deejaying in Nigeria is well storied and it is not about to end.
There is more to the man than his turntables. But music has always been important to him.
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