Jade Dee – The DJ Whose Music Brings People Together

Jade Dee’s journey to success in the music industry was not an easy one. As a promoter and host in the nightlife industry, she always had a passion for music, but it wasn’t until she started DJing that she found her true calling. Despite the industry’s gender inequality, Jade Dee worked hard and relentlessly pursued excellence to become one of the top DJs in the Philippines.

When the pandemic hit and the nightlife industry came to a standstill, Jade Dee did not let it discourage her. Instead, she started streaming her DJ sets on Bigo Live, allowing her to continue honing her skills, experimenting with different genres, and connecting with other DJs worldwide. Her online performances allowed her to stay relevant and keep her fans engaged, even during the toughest of times.

As the industry started to open up again, Jade Dee continued to engage with her growing fanbase, performing live at some of the most prominent nightclubs and bars in the Philippines. Her reputation as a skilled DJ led her to help pioneer Manila’s newest premier DJ studio Institute of Sound, where she shares her knowledge of the craft and industry with the next generation of artists, serving as a mentor and inspiration.

Jade Dee’s style is eclectic and versatile, drawing from a wide range of musical influences. She uses her skills as a promoter and host to read the crowd and keep them engaged throughout her sets. Her online performances during the pandemic allowed her to experiment with new genres and techniques, making her sets even more dynamic and exciting.

Jade Dee @ Bass N’ Bacon

The music industry has long been dominated by men, and women are often overlooked for gigs or not taken seriously as DJs. However, Jade Dee’s success in the industry serves as a reminder that hard work, dedication, and talent are essential to breaking through the barriers and achieving success in a highly competitive industry. As a female DJ, she has had to overcome gender inequality, a prevalent issue in the industry that often sees women being overlooked for gigs or not taken seriously as DJs.

At Midnight Rebels, we conducted a survey on the hottest Filipina DJ at the moment, through the Facebook page of our Head of Operations, Terrence Liquigan. The survey aimed to determine which Filipina DJ has been making waves in the industry, and the results showed that Jade Dee emerged as the top of the list upon tagged. The survey took into consideration not only her appearance but also her attitude towards her craft and her fans. It is a proof to her talent and hard work that she has gained such a following and recognition in the industry. Her success continues to inspire other women to pursue their passions and break barriers in male-dominated industries.

Here are some of the lessons that we can learn from Jade Dee’s story:

  • Never give up on your dreams. No matter how hard things get, never give up on what you want to achieve.
  • Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t do something. If you have a dream, go for it. Don’t let anyone tell you that you’re not good enough or that you can’t succeed.
  • Be persistent. Don’t give up easily. If you want to achieve something, you have to be willing to put in the time and work.
  • Be yourself. Don’t try to be someone you’re not. Be proud of who you are and what you have to offer.
  • Be a role model. Use your success to inspire others. Show them that anything is possible if you set your mind to it.

Jade Dee’s journey to success in the music industry serves as an inspiration to aspiring artists, proving that with passion, talent, and hard work, anything is possible. Her dedication to the craft and relentless pursuit of excellence allowed her to overcome gender inequality and break through the barriers in a highly competitive industry. Her success continues to inspire other women to pursue their passions and break barriers in male-dominated industries. With perseverance and dedication, anyone can achieve greatness, regardless of the obstacles in their path.


Hey, I'm a music producer, DJ, and event curator for BASS N' BACON, and run a record label. I can speak English, Tagalog, and Bisaya, and I enjoy writing about music and culture. Whether it's through my music or writing, I bring a unique perspective and lots of experience to every project I do. Thanks for checking out my work!

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