Nisreen Majid is a passionate and creative radio broadcasting student at Seneca and always puts all her energy into everything she does. Nisreen has in interest in pursuing a career in the radio industry. In the past she studied Sign Language at George Brown College. She has experience in three fields; sign language, early childhood education and radio broadcasting. Currently She works as a DJ and has a passion for music. Her goal is use her set of skills and creativity and inspire a new generation of radio heads
The Power Of Music
Music is a way of expressing yourself, a way of escaping reality. For many people music is one thing that speaks to them perfectly clear; when the rest of the world doesn’t. Personally I believe music is a form of communication even though the lyrics may not be clear to everybody, it can be clear to people who have a certain liking to it. The rhythm reflects your emotions, and most importantly, your vibe. For the artists it is their way of expressing themselves and their experiences in their lives; for the listeners it is their way of connecting with the artists and reflecting on their own experiences through their lives.
Oct 28th, 2018
Hey Followers this your girl DJ Nazzy!! celebrating hall0ween the only way I know how, hosting my radio show and trust me it is the best. Halloween is one of my favourite holidays and it is always the best seeing what everyone dresses up as. Talk about your favourite thing about Hall0ween down in the comments below.
Oct 30th, 2018
Relief Fundraiser With Tashia!
the past Sunday fellow Seneca student Tashia Antoine aka @theteawithtash organized a fundraiser to support the flood victims of Trinidad and Tobago, the event is called Relief and it was simply food inclusive event with an extensive layout of carribean cuisine and an all star cast of DJ’s and Emcees that came out to donate their time and name for this worthy cause. We are very pleased to announce that $4000 in donations were raised and will be donated to the habitat for humanity in T&T to ensure every dollar goes to the victims of the devastating flood. Thank you to the Seneca Radio department for helping to spread the word and to all who contributed the success of the event
Nov 7th, 2018
I have been waiting for this to happen for almost seven years. The Backstreet Boys are finally performing in Toronto at the Scotiabank arena, July 17th.!! I am so stoked for this. My sister and I have been fans since I can remember. We need to buy tickets right now! Tickets are being sold out quickly so if you want to see the legendary original boyband, you can’t waste another minute. Go buy those tickets right now because I know I am. Let’s fan-girl till we drop!!
Nov 14th, 2018
I just would like to know other people’s opinion here. I know someone, who eats a pizza with a fork and a knife… like what?!… come on that is not okay! it’s like saying its okay to poor milk before the cereal!? that doesn’t sound right! right?! when I see that I just cringe!
Also I was on the bus at 6:00am this morning, a man was talking on the phone so loud acting like they are the only person on that bus! that is disrespectful to me, but I would like to know what your thoughts on that, what are your pet peeves? Comment below!
November 21st, 2018
Of all the things a professional photographer hopes to be known for, projectile vomit isn’t really one of them, Toronto photographer Nick Wons struck accidental what they are calling gold, this weekend while shooting for fun along Queen Street West, just outside The Dime near Bathurst Street. You can’t pick and choose what the people devour, even when what they are devouring for is puke. lovely isn’t it? Looking at the picture just made me nauseous. Tweet me your thoughts on this @DJNAZZY or comment below! unfortunately I can’t post the picture here but feel free to google it!
Until next time!!
November 28th, 2018