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DJ Bliss (Marwan Parham Al Awadhi) was born on 6 June, 1981 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, is a Disc JockeyEmcee TV PresenterRadio Jockey.

Popular AsMarwan Parham Al Awadhi
OccupationDisc JockeyEmcee TV PresenterRadio Jockey
Age39 years old
Zodiac SignGemini
Born6 June 1981
Birthday6 June
BirthplaceDubai, United Arab Emirates

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DJ Bliss Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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After signing to “Universal M.E.N.A” DJ Bliss released a hit single “Shining” ft. international rapper MIMS and Daffy and more recently released his compilation album ‘Made In Dubai’ ft. various local artists from Dubai which skyrocketed straight to #1 on the UAE iTunes charts.


Marwan Parham Al Awadhi (commonly known as DJ Bliss) is an Emirati disc jockey, emcee, TV presenter and radio personality working in Dubai. In addition to being actively involved in the nightclub and DJ scene in Dubai, he is known for his music production including co-producing Wyclef Jean and releasing his own single and compilation album The Projects. The album was released on BMGI Middle East and was top 10 on Middle East album chart of Virgin. He is also credited as one of the first Emirati DJ to go on world tour. He previously hosted the television show That’s Entertainment on Dubai One as well as the radio show The Real Flava on Channel 4 in Dubai. On February 12, 2016 in a milestone achievement, DJ Bliss became the first Emirati DJ/Artist to have a number 1 album, ‘Made In Dubai’ on iTunes.


DJ Bliss’s career would continue to climb significantly over the last couple of years with international tour dates in various major cities in Europe and Asia, as well as sharing the main stage as an opening act with major international artists such as Wiz Khalifa, Prince etc. By 2014 DJ Bliss signed to an U.S based DJ/Talent booking agency named Skam Artist who took his tour to the U.S in which he performed at some prestigious nightclubs located in various U.S. states.


Whilst touring, DJ Bliss focused on being recognized for his own music & collaborations with headline Grammy Award-winning artists such as Shaggy and Wyclef Jean. Highlights included co-producing Wyclef Jean’s 2013 album “April Showers” as well as releasing his own first single “Let It Go” ft Kardinal Offishall.

Bliss has been referred to as the “Middle East’s representative of Beats” by Dr. Dre. In 2013 he flew to Miami to be featured in a Wyclef Jean song entitled Mid Life Crisis, which was produced by Bliss and Prince Q. Bliss was signed to Universal Music MENA and the first DJ in the MENA region to be signed to booking agency SKAM Artist in the US in 2015. Bliss is also the founder of Bliss Inc Entertainment, an events and promotion company which includes Beats and Cuts Barber Shop based out of Dubai.


In late 2011, Bliss released his first single entitled Everything About You. He followed up in 2012 with the release of his first music video entitled Let It Go. The video featured Canadian rapper Kardinal Offishall who also performed lyrics in the song. Bliss and Offishall originally met in 2009 when Offishall was on tour with Akon. In late 2012, it was announced that Bliss would part of the international judges panel for the 1st annual Dubai International Music Awards in November 2013 along with Hype Williams, SoFly and Nius, Woo Rhee, and Mokobé.


Bliss is known as one of the top DJs in the Emirates. In 2005, he won the top prize at a Middle East DJ competition. This gave him the opportunity to DJ at Ministry of Sound, a renowned night club in London. He has also spun at private parties for musicians such as Kanye West and Akon. He performs in clubs such as People by Crystal where he hosts his 411 Nights. He has also toured internationally playing at venues in Mauritius, Paris, Barcelona, Hong Kong and Malaysia.


DJ Bliss has established himself as one of the UAE’s & regions leading personalities and entertainers who has expanded his career internationally. DJ Bliss is the first Emirati artist to sign with major multi-national music companies including “BMG” in 2003 and most recently with the world’s largest global music company “Universal Music.”


DJ Bliss continued to grow his personal brand in the early 2000s, becoming one of the most in demand local DJ and TV personalities after the success of his “That’s Entertainment” TV show. Simultaneously he followed his passion of becoming an accomplished music producer, Artist and entrepreneur; consequently building his own successful entertainment company “Bliss Inc. Entertainment.”

By the late 2000s DJ Bliss had started promoting his own parties, booking artists and DJ’s such as DJ Jazzy Jeff, Mos Def, DJ Drama, DJ Whoo Kid and many more. The success of these nights caught the attention of the local music industry, and as a result it led to DJ Bliss having his very own hit weekly radio show.


In the late 1990s, DJ Bliss’s music career took its first steps initially working small DJ jobs at a theme park, progressing to landing a guest DJ spot on a Dubai radio station. Just a couple of years later he would find himself winning the Middle East Regional “Palm DJ of the year award.” This would then lead to his first taste of international stardom with a performance for “Ministry of Sound” in London.