Maymuna Suleyman a.k.a Deejay Brooke Bailey
Born to a Ghanaian father and Belgian mother discovered deejaying in 2008 when the manager of a deejay friend convinced her to pursue a deejaying career as there was a serious lack in female deejays. Her first gigs included opening for then hugely popular acts such as Brick & Lace and Kevin Little. After a long break she landed a residency in one of Belgium’s most celebrated clubs enabling her to play alongside superstars such as Young Thug and Ace Hood. After showcasing her talent in one of the beauty pageants she was competing in she discovered her love for Afrobeats, seeing this as a way to display her pride for her African heritage. As of 2019 she has played in 30 different countries from Sweden, Cyprus, Dubai, Oman and the USA to Ghana, Nigeria and South Africa. She frequents some of the biggest West-African clubs such as Quilox (both in Nigeria as abroad as part of the Quilox World Tour), 57 and Pablo in Nigeria, and Carbon in Ghana. Now one of the go to deejays of the presidential family of Equatorial Guinea she deejayed at the President’s 75th birthday party and the Vice President Teodore Nguema Obiang’s 49th birthday party alongside Akon, Ludacris, Sean Kingston and Young Jeezy. As of 2018 she is ranked as the number 122 among the best female deejays worldwide.