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The Master Behind Lights and Music Mixes
By Mary Esho :: Sunday, April 22, 2012 :: 92841 Views :: Sports, Art, and Entertainment, Business & Finance

Michigan, USA - One of the best DJ artists, David Boji, 28, has helped amplify the nightlife scene for metro Detroiters.  “If you are ever in a mood for a good party, the nightlife scene in Detroit is something to brag about because of him,” says Janel Ashtari  from Warren.   “He really knows how to make a party happen.  He is super talented and an incredible promoter."

Along with his many accomplishments, in 2008, Boji opened up for hip-hop star Flo Rida at Acapulco, Mexico, in front of over 4,500 screaming spring breakers.   Later that year, he opened up for a sold-out Detroit stadium of over 21,000 fans for “The New Kids On The Block Reunion Tour.” 

He later joined Channel 955’s Bomb Squad, an exclusive 5-member group of top mix-show DJs that infiltrate the air waves of Metro Detroit. It is at Channel 955 that David B developed his loyal following as he launched his “Ministry of House” movement.  Over the following 4 years, he went on to open up for myriad A-List artists, including Pitbull, David Guetta, Steve Angello of The Swedish House Mafia, Nadia Ali, Black Eyed Peas, Jason DeRulo, Iyaz, Taio Cruz, Big Boi of Outkast, Fabolous, & Monica.


Boji is also founder and CEO of D. Mix Entertainment (www.DMIXENT.com).  The business combines the Art of DJ’ing” with the “Grandeur of Live Entertainment” while handling all other aspects of the event, including promotions and marketing.  The company is an industry leader in professional sound and custom lighting.

D. Mix Entertainment’s productions have fortified its standing as Metro Detroit’s hottest company for Nightclub Events, Corporate Events, Weddings, and School Events for all ages.  We provide superior shows that exude class and excellence, consistently surpassing our clients’ expectations. We strive to raise the bar at every event by continually adding surprises and providing the heaviest-hitting DJ’s in the industry.

Boji, has been on tour celebrating his latest release "Ministry of House Vol. 3" mix CD.  Boji's Ministry of House Tour has taken the Chaldean DJ, to Panama City Beach, Fla., Cancun, Mexico, and Nassau, Bahamas.

Boji, whose moniker is DJ David B., is a DJ for WKQI-FM (95.5) from 2 to 4 a.m. Saturday nights and is a regular face in the entertainment scenes at Bleu, South in Birmingham, Tequila Blue, Empire Lounge and Flat 151, where he plays a mix of hip-hop, Top 40 and house.

DJ David B broke his way into the nightclub scene nearly a decade ago after releasing several mix tapes that put him on the map in Detroit.  Fan favorites like the Hip-Hop classic, “Eternity,” and his Spring Break-inspired “Acapulco Anthems” have fortified his spot at the forefront of Detroit's music and entertainment industry. David B's creative ingenuity has served as a platform for Detroit’s most formidable productions, including the renowned “Ultra Cruise Festival™ Summer Series” on-board Detroit's largest commercial yacht.

"I love almost all genres of music, but house music has a special place in my heart," says Boji, who grew up in Southfield and lives in Ferndale. "When it comes to house music, everyone seems to love it. It is a universally adored sound that one can't help but embrace when it is being played in the right atmosphere."

In 2011 David B traveled to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic where he opened up for LMFAO and also shared the stage with Deej Tommy Dee from Boston and rocked the first annual “Freedom Music Festival” on the gorgeous Caribbean Beach in front of over 3,000 spring breakers.   The ball kept rolling in 2012 as David B traveled to Cancun, Mexico, Nassau, Bahamas, and Panama City Beach, Florida for the official “Ministry of House Tour,” dropping sets at some of the most renowned nightclubs on the planet and opening up for the Manufactured Superstars and EC Twins at the Dayglow Concerts in Panama City Beach, Florida.

"I hope this doesn't sound cheesy, but the No. 1 undisputed favorite part of my job is bringing happiness to the crowd," says Boji, who began DJing when he was 15. "I needed an outlet for my passion of music and I was always very inspired by the mix show radio DJs in Detroit when I was growing up.  Boji goes on to say,  “There is no way to duplicate the feeling I get on stage when I look into the crowd and see people grooving, smiling and laughing as one in pure happiness and bliss."

David Boji graduated from Northwood Univeristy in 2005 with a BBA in Marketing and Management. D. Mix Entertainment started off as a high-end entertainment company during its inception in 1999. David’s goal was to provide an incomparable show at a very competitive and fair price. Nine years later, he has successfully given hundreds of satisfied customers just that through his vision and commitment to excellence.  As Boji expanded his business into the Detroit nightlife scene he again saw a need for change and improvement.  His extravagant, swanky venues of choice and unique party themes make upscale nightlife and socializing both fresh and exciting.  People know what to expect when they show up for a D. Mix Entertainment event and that has made all the difference.

The CD-release party at Bleu, "Ministry of House Vol. 3" is available for digital download on www.DMIXENT.com.
St. Joseph, MI USA

St. Joseph Chaldean Catholic Church
2442 E. Big Beaver Rd.
Troy, MI 48083
Tel: (248) 528-3676
Fax: (248) 524-1957

Congregation Organizer:
Rev. Michael J. Bazzi

Church Constructing Pastor:
Rev. Sarhad Y. Jammo

Current Pastor:
Msgr. Zouhair Toma

Parochial Vicar:
Rev. Ayad Hanna

 Current Pastor: Msgr. Zouhair Toma

Msgr. Zouhair Toma (Kejbou) was born in Telkaif, Iraq in 1947.  He was ordained a priest in Baghdad, Iraq in 1968, and accepted his first assignment to serve the community of Baquba.  The Monsignor’s leadership skills and organizational talents along with his mastery of theology were immediately evident.  He later assisted Sts. Peter and Paul in Al-Salehia, and St. George in New Baghdad.

In August, 1978 Monsignor Toma was called to serve the growing community of persecuted Chaldeans finding refuge in Australia.   Being the fist Chaldean priest to arrive in Australia he quickly established a parish for the Chaldeans in Sydney to serve their social and spiritual needs.  The parish was named after St. Thomas the Apostle and built a rectory. 

In 1989, for his incredible work he was granted the title of Monsignor, Chaldean Patriarchal Vicar for Australia and New Zealand.  Continuing his passionate work to serve the Chaldean community the Monsignor moved the Parish Center to a more accessible location and built a large church campus featuring a modern community center, residence quarters, and administrative offices in 1995. 

In 2003, Monsignor Toma added a magnificent church to replace the previous one in order to serve the fast growing community and also opened two other centers.  The first was Our Lady Guardian of Plants in Melbourne, and the second was Mar Addai the Apostle in Auckland, New Zealand.  Mar Addai in New Zealand included two very large churches along with rectories and community centers.  Overseeing the Patriarchal Vicariate for 28 years, he managed to inspire six more priests to help minister to the fast growing Chaldean community. 

In August 2006, Monsignor chose to assist the St. Thomas the Apostle Diocese in the U.S. as more Catholic churches were being built in America and address the growing need.  On October 2006, Monsignor was incardinated and appointed Pastor of St. Joseph Parish in Troy.