Check out which celebs have tried their hand at the ones and twos!
The hotel heiress has been on the DJ scene for quite some time, regularly performing at casinos in Las Vegas and Atlantic City, New Jersey, and in exotic locales like Ibiza. Over Super Bowl weekend, she returned to WALL at W South Beach for a special DJ set in front of a packed crowd. Hilton was all smiles during the night and took selfies with many of the Miami partygoers.
The Good Place star channeled Billie Eilish, donning a spider face tattoo and a spider-covered crown from the "Bad Guy" singer's "You Should See Me in a Crown" music video as she guest DJ'd Spotify's Halloween Costume Pop-Up in New York City in October 2019. "I’m dressed as Silly Eilish, the weird third sibling they didn’t tell you about.... ?," Jamil joked on Instagram after the party. For even more celeb Halloween pics, click here.
The pop icon performed a special DJ set for some of his famous pals, including Jason Statham, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Dorit Kemsley and her husband, Paul Kemsley, DJ Paul Oakenfold and Lady Victoria Harvey, at Rock & Reilly's in West Hollywood in September 2019.
The model and Grown-ish star spun a set at Johan Lindenberg’s New York Fashion Week party, in partnership with The Glenlivet 14-Year-Old, at M1-5 Lounge in New York City in September 2019.
The hunky Pacific Rim star is also a popular DJ, regularly spinning at festivals like Austria's Arctic Disco and all around the U.K. In fact, he recently hit the stage for day one of the South West Four Festival 2019 in London in August 2019.
The Hills: New Beginnings star took over the DJ booth at TAO Beach at The Venetian in Las Vegas, even playing Natasha Bedingfield's "Unwritten," the theme song that opens both The Hills and its reboot.
The Orange Is the New Black star loves popping up behind the board, including this visit to the Pool After Dark at Harrah's Resort in Atlantic City in August 2017. Manning was previously in the band Boomkat with her brother, Kellin, before she moved on to a solo career in 2009, releasing dance club hits like 2012's "Send Me Your Love" and 2017's "GLTCHLFE."
DJ Pauly D
His career is literally in his nickname! When he's not getting his GTL on with his Jersey Shore family, the MTV reality star is a regular in Las Vegas, but he's got plenty of people to hit dance floors at venues across the country, including TAO Chicago and Marquee in New York City.
The retired NBA star traded sneakers for turntables, soaring to new musical heights as DJ Diesel. But, no, we will never forget that Shaq also put out rap albums in the '90s, because he knew he got skillz.
The former reality star and father of eight rebranded himself as "DJ Jon Gosselin." You can catch him spinning at nightclubs in southeastern Pennsylvania -- and he even does weddings. When he's not spinning, he also works as a stripper in the next state over. "I work at Dusk Nightclub in Atlantic City, New Jersey. I'm a member of the Senate DJ group and I also help with promotion," he told ET in March 2017. "I DJ at the club sometimes, but I find promotion is more rewarding both financially and emotionally. I like taking care of people and making others feel welcome."
While he's now cooking up new tunes with his bands, the Jonas Brothers and CAKE, Jonas was previously also known by his alter ego "DJ Danger" and asked to host quite a few events.
Beyonce's younger sister, who's quite successful in her own right, has spread her vast musical knowledge through not only her well-received albums like 2019's When I Get Home and 2016's A Seat at the Table, but also when she DJs for major fashion labels or pre-GRAMMY parties.
When going by her persona DJ Lo Down Loretta Brown, which was inspired by the 1970s cult classic, Cooley High, the "Bag Lady" singer takes listeners on an eclectic, soulful journey. Erykah Badu is also a stage moniker, BTW -- her birth name is Erica Wright.
The actor and singer hosted a birthday event for DJ Irie at E11EVEN Miami, getting into the mix himself.
Channing Tatum & Jonah Hill
Sure, her husband, Swizz Beatz is known as the DJ-producer in this duo, but if you ever get the chance to watch a lady named DJ AK-47 throw on a pair of cans, by all means, do so. Keys has chops off, well, the keys as well.
The accomplished actor started DJing as a hobby, but he now regularly spins nothing but vinyl with partner Zach Cowie under the name Wooden Wisdom.