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Jovan Cvejić known as DJone, born in 1989 in Zrenjanin/Serbia
Aged 13, Jovan ventured into the world of music by organizing special events at clubs and bars in his home town, bringing him opportunities to learn the necessary skills in live performance and DJing. This allowed him to be spotted by a local talent scout and he was soon working on a local radio show on a weekly basis.
In 2005 Jovan went on to co-host a local radio show “club Machine” which enhanced his knowledge of the music industry. This is also where he took his first steps into music production by creating musical commercials for his radio show. His radio show lead him to be given the opportunity to become resident DJ at Club Bassic (Serbia) from 2006 to 2009, later going on to become resident at the only underground club in his home town “PWH”.
Although he had already started his production career, it wasn’t until 2008 where he was given recognition for his unofficial remix of Funkerman’s “Speed Up” being played by some of Serbia’s finest DJ’s.
His first original release, “Save Our Soul” was debuted on Innervasion Radio and latter at Ministry of Sound. That track stayed as Exclusive Promo /Only for DJ’s, as it received massive support from many important names in the electronic music industry.
Later in 2011, his first real breakthrough tracks where released by Digital Killers Records. Two techno collaborated bombs between DJone and DJIX got signed right away ”Emotionally Separated” and ”Boomerang”.
DJone is now utilized by DKR as a talent scout as well as releasing a consistent stream of future club classics
As he like to say ''I aint special, I am the guy next to you on the bus stop, behind you in the supermarket, the same guy who waits at doctors appointment... No I aint special, just watching things with different eyes, listening music with different ears''