31 Jul '11, 4am

Sassy female DJs from China are latest addition to local nightlife scene

Sassy female DJs from China are latest addition to local nightlife scene

Meet the China dolls – they are seven deejays and one visual jockey, a lethal combination to hit the local nightlife scene, Shanghai Dolly, New Super Dragonfly and Firefly. These sassy femme fatales from China can easily spin up a storm – from R&B to funky house, Top 40s to mashup, pop and dance. And clubbers are finding them a refreshing addition to the scene. More in The New Paper on Sunday (July 31). Watch the DJs in action below:

Full article: http://www.tnp.sg/content/queens-spin

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