DJ KLIPA began his career in 2013 whilst studying Business Management and Enterprise at Leicester University. He hosted and financed his own events by way of, flyers, social media platforms and word of mouth, purely for students who attended the University, but also for those who did not attend the University and to whom his events appealed.
Klipa’s events grew overtime and became more recognised by a number of club owners in the UK. These events enabled Klipa to perform and entertain crowds of all different ages, races and ethnicities at a wide range of venues across the UK and Worldwide. This also allowed Klipa to exercise his dj’ing skills, on a more professional level by being able to differentiate between music genres and learning how to play different music for different crowds of people.
Klipa generated his fan base by creating and publishing videos of himself DJ’ing at events. These videos were viewed by thousands of people on social media platforms such as Youtube and Instagram. Promotional mix CD’s were one of Klipa’s biggest promotional tools as it gave listeners an insight to his music selection, nevertheless, his ability to mix/blend different genres of music together.
Klipa started working with Musician/Artist/Actor BIG SHAQ, who released Christmas No.1 Single ‘Mans Not Hot.’ Klipa’s career took a turn for the best and workload increased rapidly when he became BIG SHAQ’s Tour DJ. He featured in the ‘Mans not hot’ and ‘Man Don’t Dance’ Music video which has over 600 million views combined. Klipa also took part in comedic skits with BIG SHAQ which can be found on both his and BIG SHAQS Instagram and on Youtube.
Klipa currently travels the world with BIG SHAQ DJ’ing at all his gigs including BIG SHAQS most recent performance at WIRELESS FESTIVAL on Saturday 7th July 2018. This event was a game changer for Klipa but also for his career as a DJ. Since the aforementioned date, Klipa has had videos of himself performing at the festival posted on instagram by recognised pages and has been asked to DJ at a number of upcoming events and festivals.