Disk Jockey is one aspect of the Nigerian entertainment industry that has been popularized by the masculine people. History and cultural reality were not on her side, but Commissioner DJ Wysei was determined to pursue her dream.

Born on November 2, 21-year-old Imo-born was driven by passion to do what gives her satisfaction. Iwuagwu Patricia,

studied information and communication technology at the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) and is about to complete her master’s degree at a university in Barcelona, ​​Spain.

According to Commissioner DJ Wysei, her suspicion started with an undying passion for music in her high school days, and from then on there was no conflict as to what she would become.

“The passion for music started during my high school years and during my college days at university. I am also a certified information technologist. Although I had no idea that I would choose disc jockey,” she said in an interview.

“I have gained a lot of experiences in my career when I started out as a DJ and I can boldly say that being strong and noticed in the industry is not just about being a lady with all the attractive features that has to offer, but such that she attracts the necessary attention and knows what the listeners want”.

She talked about the impact her sister had in making her dream come true; something she said she would never forget.

“It all started with a simple question that I answered without knowing what the future held. “Jen?” my sister asked, “Is that what you want to do?” I confidently told her, “I’ve decided to do this thing full time; I love it and I’m ready.”

“She could tell I was clearly in love with music and the industry. It was then that she took me and bought me my very first DJ player, a memory that has created a wonderful aftertaste of passion, drive and brilliance. I can never forget that moment in my life,” said Commissioner DJ Wysei.

Iwuagwu Pat is now a record producer, record executive and media personality. She became the youngest female DJ to play on one of Nigeria’s top radio stations (Wazobia Fm 95.1 Lagos), when she was less than 20 years old.

Commissioner DJ Wysei gained worldwide recognition after she was named as one of the five highly effective female DJs in CNN’s Inside Africa and also featured on the BBC. Her list of accomplishments and achievements is both intimidating and endless, but are her success story, reward for passion and years of hard work in the industry.

The Jagermeister Nigeria Ambassador was the official DJ on the “Nancy Isime show” for the 2022 season. The university graduate recently decided to pass on her craft to others and started an academy in her newly lunched studio which also hosts live music sessions, recordings, production and live band can take place.

On February 1, 2020, she was featured in Malimbe Africa’s in-flight magazine for “Arik Air, Aero, Dana air and Bristow”.

Commissioner DJ Wysei was also selected by “Maggi Nigeria” to represent Nigerian DJs on “international women’s day”. She was also featured on BBC Igbo as one of the most talented, unique and Drummer DJs in Africa. She was awarded the “Best Female DJ”.

In 2021, she was popular in the blue app as one of the top DJs performing in the popular reality TV show Big Brother Naija. Commissioner DJ Wysei regularly hosts an online entertainment show with her fan base estimated at 2 million on both Facebook and Instagram, with an engagement of over eight million people per week.

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