DJ Amit

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DJ Amit
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Waterstones Bar And Grill Sundown Session
Born Amit Naik
(1986-11-09) November 9, 1986 (age 28)
Occupation Electronic musician, DJ, record producer

Amit Naik (born November 9, 1986), better known as DJ Amit or Amith,is an Indian DJ and a music producer.[1]

Musical career[edit]

Amith had his first major success with the track "Electric Air" Album Dance Dance Revolution Ultramix 4 released by Konami for Xbox video game console in the United States. The Album also featured artist like Pussycat Dolls, Busta Rhymes, Blue October, Geri Halliwell, The Prodigy, Jungle Brothers, Natasha Bedingfield, DJ TAKA, and Dr. VIBE feat. JP miles and many more.[2] The Rhythm-based Dance Dance Revolution also featured The Chemical Brothers, Mr. Mister, Miley Cyrus, Kool & the Gang, Dirty Vegas, Rihanna, Enrique Iglesias.


Amith started his career as a DJ in 1999 in Mumbai, In a short span of two months after he started DJ'ing he had got his first break as a resident DJ at TIAN TIGS PUB. With not too many Pubs clubs in the suburb, Amit scored to the lime light with many celebrities like Bobby Deol, Amisha Patel, Vivek Oberoi, Diya Mirza, Jackie Shroff, Bijjon Das Gupta and many more parting at TIAN. Later Moving on to TANTRA, ALL SPORTS BAR, THE BANANA BAR, HIGH LOUNGE, SHOCKK.

He has also performed for Bollywood legend Amitabh Bachchan 62nd birthday, Launch and after party of Ranveer, Viruddh... Family Comes First, and the launch of AB Corp Ltd. Also making a mark performance at Waves Festival in Goa, Dr Vijay Mallya's 50th birthday bash with Lionel Richie,[3] The ABTT party in Mumbai,[4] and the Mumbai Expat Night.[5]
The Christmas Black Tie Affair 2013 was a sensational hit, with Amith spinning some upbeat EDM and House Genre.[6] Following which the New Year night at Starboard Taj Mahal.


Electric Air
Go Insane [7]

Early life[edit]

Born November 9, 1981 in Mumbai. Amit completed his schooling at Swami Mukhtananda High School,following which he joined Rizvi College Mumbai after which he pursued his Diploma in computer engineering.


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