A Parisian DJ and Producer working in Dubai, he's truly passionate about music, managing to capture a wide audience, whose creation surprises by style, musicality and technicality.
He started his career by playing the guitar, bass guitar and battery. A few years later, he gave in his instruments and replaced them by two MK2 turntables and got into Dee-Jaying. Thanks to his talent, ever since 2000, he has been on numerous stages of well-known Parisian clubs such as Studio 287, Six seven, La Villa, l'Amnesia, Maison Blanche, Le Milliardaire and Le Madam. His know-how with turntables has allowed him to go abroad and perform in countries such as Senegal, Tunisia, Morocco, Thailand and Canada.
He started producing in 2002 with one of his fellow partners in the DJing scene, DJ Koi. As a result his mixtapes and vynils were sold throughout Europe and some of them aired on the famous French radio station Radio FG, while also played by the great DJs around the world.
DJ Emir has made numerous break records, remixing and mashing up artists like Bob Sinclar, Drake, Rihanna and Notorious BIG. His breaks have become as popular as to be a must have for other DJs to rock their parties.
The rise of his career led him to huge stages like Palais Omnisport of Paris Bercy and Paris Zenith during the Hip Hop festival alongside French bands like Mafia K'1 Fry, La Brigade, the rapper Rohff and many others. He also opened the concerts of French renowned artists Assia and Jerome Priester. He participated to the Paris candidacy to the 2012 Olympic Games by mixing during the parade in front of thousands of attending Parisians. His success helped him work at important national and international radio stations, like Generation (France), Merin Fm (Switzerland) and Jawhra Fm (Tunisia).
DJ Emir has participated in many one-man shows of French performers such as Mamane, Paul Séré, Booder or even Kamel the Magician in theaters of Paris.
He appeared on the TV show "Wech" dedicated to mixing on the French channel CAP 24. DJ Emir also composed soundtracks for the TV shows Lascars Gays on France 2 and Kamel the Magician on Canal+.
Recognized by many international club managers, DJ Emir rocked some of the most famous clubs from all around the world, starting with Montreal (Canada), passing through Africa (Marrakech, Tunis, Dakar), the Middle East (Dubai, Abu Dhabi) and Asia (Phuket). He's also solicited for after shows of stars like NE-YO, TYGA, Michelle Rodriguez, Nicole Scherzinger, Shontelle, EVE and Wyclef Jean.
He now travels across the world, from club to club, and shares his vision of chic and advanced music and celebrations from Paris.