Arii Jade is a Venezuelan born DJ, songwriter, vocalist, pianist & fashion blogger based in Auckland, New Zealand.
Combining a mixture of eclectic multi-genre sounds in
Combining a mixture of eclectic multi-genre into her sets, she has played at some of the biggest clubs/parties all across the whole New Zealand, Australia & the Pacific Islands. Her debut double drop single(s) ‘Now You’re Gone’ & ‘Now You’re Gone (Remix)’ are available NOW on all platforms for purchase and streaming.
As an open format touring DJ, Arii loves all types of music – from playing a raging festival to a high class event. Combining a mixture of House, DnB, Trap, Bass, Disco, Funk & Hiphop into different sets. Alongside her music, Arii loves expressing her personality through her sense of fashion. She has been named the ‘purple haired mermaid’ using her extravagant style & attire to compliment with the events she attends and performs at.
Prior to her DJ career, she studied at performing arts school, and was a singer/songwriter, playing piano, guitar, vocals & percussion – her new double drop single is OUT now and is where she expresses her vocal and songwriting skills.
“It’s how I like to express myself, no matter what anyone else thinks, to advocate being a woman in the industry chasing her goals.”
Arii Jade had the pleasure of performing alongside many incredible artists, recently supporting UK record producer EXAMPLE on his latest New Zealand tour. She regularly plays local Our:House festivals, and has DJ’d alongside NZ artists such as Sons of Zion, Che Fu, Kings, Boh Runga, Stan Walker to name a few. She also concentrates on doing a lot of DJ work with PR companies for the most prestigious brands such as Bauer Media, Coca-Cola, Vodafone, TVNZ, JBL New Zealand, Mcdonald’s NZ, Samsung, Monster Energy, Bombay Sapphire, Spark, Harcourts Cooper & Co, L’Oreal, Maybelline, Paco Rabanne, SX Open, GHD, NYX cosmetics, Mecca Maxima, Dr Martens, Volvo Ocean Race – and many charity galas.
Aside from touring – Arii Jade maintains many current residencies in her hometown of Auckland, New Zealand – which include Saturday’s Britomart, The Roxy Nightclub, Everybody’s, Impala Nightclub, Longroom, Parasol and Swing, Dr Rudi’s, Soul Bar and Revelry.