Wednesday | June 13, 2018

Toy Room is back! w/ DJ Pepelz & DJ Brooklyn

The hotly anticipated return of TOY ROOM DUBAI is here. 
FRANK has had a crazy naughty summer and being as mischevious as ever, but now he's back!!! and in a new home. One for all the cool fashion crews and crazy party people. 

Expect a solid sound of Hip-Hop / Trap / Bassline / Open Format style tunes brought to you by the worlds leading club DJs. 

The new home has been built from the ground up with the customers in mind, epic artworks, awesome neons and all that you'd expect from the quirky Toy Room brand. 



Opening up for us are the mighty...

- Friday 15th June
- DJ PEPELZ - (Paris / Dubai / Barcelona) 

- Saturday 16th June
- DJ BROOKLYN - (Dubai / UK) 
Hip-Hop / RnB / Open Format / Trap

(Call or WhatsApp) +971 52 463 3338
[email protected]

Soho Garden DXB
Meydan Rd - Dubai

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From a Pure Hip Hop DJ 10 years ago to the most Vip Parties of Dubai, Pepelz has been a sensation in the exclusive group of Jet Set entertainers.

After rockin' Clubs all some of the worlds most prestigious places (St Tropez, Cannes, Monte Carlo, Paris etc), He became the hottest Sensation of one of the hypest place in the world, DUBAI... Playing alongside famous DJs such as David Morales, Dj Premier, Michael Calfan, Jazzy Jeff, Sven Vath, Pete Tong and many many more ...

His technical skills and his experience allowed him to perform for Artist's showcases such as Rick Ross, A$ap Rocky, Busta Rhymes, The Game, Timbaland etc ...
Releasin' monthly mixes and mash ups of all genres, he describes himself as a pure Open Format DJ. 
Since his childhood days, Kareem Elsawy has been spending
long hours improving on what he believes he was meant to be a
part of and something he was meant to perfect. This
commitment, passion and dedication led to the birth of an
international urban yet diversified DJ Brooklyn… A moniker
that was created for the simple reason that everyone regards
him as “that guy from Brooklyn”. DJ Brooklyn credits his involvement in the music industry to the days of when he was 16 and was addicted to records. At the time, even though he couldn’t afford the equipment, his love for the art would force him to discipline himself and save every penny earned from part-time jobs, thereby allowing him to purchase 2 turntables, a mixer and a speaker so he could practice his art … and the rest as they say, is history.


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