Jamielisa, a Canadian DJ Currently based in London England is an International Disk Jockey playing top venues Worldwide, She began her DJ Journey in Australia, holding residency in the prestigious Cafe-Del Mar.
Jamielisa is a global resident for STK Worldwide playing in London, New York, Chicago and most recently launching Toronto Canada’s STK.
An extremely eventful 2016 featured Jamielisa in TIMEOUT Magazine along side fellow DJ’s, Avicii, Sasha, and Tyga for the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Bahrain Sponsored by The Four Seasons Hotel. International Management High on Heels helped to keep her diary jam packed by gaining private performances in the USA, Croatia, Turkey & Poland.
Summer 2017 Jamielisa has leaped forward again, opening for David Guetta, Swedish House Mafia’s Steve Angello, Black Coffee and Mark Ronson in Ibiza.
Increasingly captivating International recognition, she now travels weekly across the globe, but holds monthly residencies In London at NOBU Shoreditch, and Private Members Club, Home House.
Alongside her DJ’ing Jamielisa produces her own music and has debued numerous bootlegs with top supporters from ‘House Bootlegs’ with over 80,000 plays. Her latest release debued with Tropical Velvet, of her remix ‘LIVE’ by Roberto Lopez. And most recently supported DJ Kort’s latest single on the writing and vocals for ‘Kissing Me’.
‘I’m Letting It Go’ reached a top 10 in the Beatport Charts; featuring her singing and writing talents.
Each Friday she can be heard presenting her radio show on Select Radio 99.3 fm, the UK’s No.1 provider of House Music.
Coalition, Londons highly acclaimed Booking management represents Jamielisa for all future development within music.
Jamielisa has vast musical knowledge and experience. Asked about her music Jamielisa Says;
‘My passion stems from elevating music against the grind, I infuse ground breaking sound from Tribal, Tropical, Deep House and Trap, Creating a new genre Trapical. From my background in Hip Hop and my love for Tropical house, It massively captivates any audience from its eclectic infusion and unique sound.’