Best DJs of all time - Japan | ft. Steve Aoki | HireProduer

Updated: Jun 8

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Japan is an island country in East Asia, located in the northwest Pacific Ocean. It is bordered on the west by the Sea of Japan, and extends from the Sea of Okhotsk in the north toward the East China Sea and Taiwan in the south. Tokyo is the capital of Japan.

Here today, I am listing down the 6 best DJ - cum music producers of Japan!

Steve Aoki

Steven Hiroyuki Aoki is an DJ, record producer, music programmer, and record executive. Steve Aoki started playing chess when he was 4 and was once ranked amongst the top 250 chess players in the world. He is of Japanese descent but was born and brought up in America.

Steve Aoki's tracks are just great.

can we talk about how pretty the stage was? flags from China, South Korea, Japan, Colombia, Spain, Brazil, Argentina... so pretty 🥺💙

I and my friends really wanna go to tmrwland and I have seen Japanese guy in this video!!! So surprised and jealous😭

we're looking forward to your Tomorrowland Winter 2020 set

Steve Aoki vendrá a la feria de León Gto el próximo 3 de febrero. 🔥

Imagine u were depressed and lonely and lost...but u attend this concert when the music start all your dark side keep quiet

Yasutaka Nakata

Yasutaka Nakata is a Japanese DJ, record producer, songwriter, composer and arranger. He formed the band Capsule in 1997 with vocalist Toshiko Koshijima and himself as composer and record producer when both were 17. They formally debuted in 2001 with the song "Sakura".

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Listen to one of his track here:

Literally such a massive banger. Charlie's most underrated song. I'd go so far as to say it's one of the most best pop songs of the decade!

For the record anyone calling this video cheap should know that motion tracking is not CHEAP. From an animation stand point the motion graphics on this are really well done as well. Do you think that it's a mistake that YSTK, Kyary and Charli's face looks super blurry and low-res? Well it's definitely not a mistake, it's actually taking a piss at the face replacement apps and snapchat filters that were super popular last year. Also, this is what it says in the video description:

Japanese fans: I don't understand why foreign fans don't like the MV, it's supposed to be "crazy". The song's pretty good.Foreign fans: OMG I MISS OLD CAPSULE, THIS IS UTTER SHIT, KYARY DIDNT DO ANYTHING AT ALL, THE ANIMATION LOOKS SO CHEAP BLAH BLAH BLAH

Satoshi Tomiie

A lifelong student of jazz and classical piano, Satoshi had an influential impact from his very first record. His debut single ‘Tears’, which he co-produced in 1989 with Chicago's ‘Godfather of House’ Frankie Knuckles, was an instant club hit and is today considered one of house music's most important moments.

I have to laugh because people always give djs a hard time, "All they do is play other people's songs, and now with computers, anyone can be a dj." And then when they get a legend using all mediums and playing a predominantly live, complicated performance, they give them a hard time or call it, " Bloody boring." Haters gonna hate!

Satoshi Tomiie is one of very few artists that continue to surprise the world with class leading quality house music. He is a dying breed, an absolute honor to have seen him in Colombia. LIVING LEYEND

Big mix Big groovy thanks Satoshi

does anyone dance anymore in NY. I use to see Satoshi years back with Hector somewhere in the meat packing district. We dance until my back gave out!!!

Ken Ishii

Strongly influenced by Detroit techno, Ken Ishii had his first release on Richie Hawtin's label Plus 8. He composed the music for the opening ceremonies to the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano

A lot of people are completely unaware of the absolutely wonderful japanese techno scene from the late 80s to early/mid 90s and all the amazing acts to come from it. Glad to see this set here, makes me want to go through my cd collection right now and listen to an old interferon, mind design, or from time to time cd! (ps if you like Ishii's set, his productions are just as good)

Ken Ishii is among the oldskool techno masters (R&S records 1992). Extremely talented and a fine list of productions and mixes.

Ken Ishii, Really great Mix from already a Veteran of Techno ...Great skill demonstration!!! Respect!!

Ken Ishii is a Techno Master for real !


Yoji's style of music has changed throughout his DJ career, starting off in Trance music in the 1990s before moving into the tougher variant of Hard Trance by the start of the 2000s. He produced many Hard Trance anthems here, including his most well known tracks of "Hardstyle Disco" and "Samurai".

source - wiki

Absolute legend! What a set! Please we need a longer set for Yoji! Please bring him back again, loved this!

The mac is back, bangin set YOJI 🔥🔥🔥🔥 thanks INSOMNIACS for having this set♥️

First track is super cool! Nice to hear Yoji on Dreamstate 😎

So glad to see Yoji on here, thanks for makin this happen!