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Dalvie Bryan more professionally known as DJ Dalvy started out as a promoter assisting emerging artists but eventually got into spinning music.

In January 2012 the owner of UFDV Radio, being impressed by her skills on the turn table, offered her a job as an on air personality, disc jockey and program host.

Dalvy accepted the offer and has been busy burning up the air waves since then.

Shortly after being on air she connected with Maria Jackson Entertainment and both entities began releasing a series of mix CDs entitled “jag & pre” (dancehall) and “DJ Dalvy Reggae Mix” (reggae). The mixes are distributed online and have been getting favorable responses on an international level.

DJ Dalvy is now gearing up to launch her first rhythm driven project entitled “sick dem riddim” on her very own Records label Dalvy Music. The album will feature tracks from international recording artists Asante Amen, Karamanti and others.

In addition to her work on air and in the studio (as a producer), DJ Dalvy also plays at dances, parties, sessions etc. Promoters and Artists wanting to work with DJ Dalvy may contact Maria Jackson Entertainment at bookings@mjent.net or (832) 593-1638 USA, (876) 313-6319 JAMAICA

Listen and Download mixes by DJ Dalvy: http://soundcloud.com/dalvie-bryan

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