In September, DMX participated in another high-profile rap reunion tour with the Bad Boy Family, featuring Sean "Puff Daddy" Combs, fellow Ruff Ryders the Lox, Ma$e, Lil Kim, Faith Evans, Mario Winans, Total, Carl Thomas and 112.
Earlier this year, DMX released a new single, "Bain Iz Back," produced by Swizz Beatz.
However, his passion for the deejaying was still burning.
He interacted with people from the Spinrej Academy where he polished his skills on a professional level.
Asked why he quit the formal employment sector, Dj Ruff was quick to point out that “Being a dj is a worthwhile career if you are good enough because one gig can pay better than month of office work.” He however warned that “The success rate is low especially to the upcoming deejays who have to prove themselves within the industry before they can start making good money.” Having followed his passion and with an impressive educational background to boot, Dj Ruff serves to show that following passion leads to profits.
Plus the computer vision algorithm has been fed data about attraction and behaviour in social situations from the student's own research.
By Sheila Kimani (@Sheilakimm) From Starehe Boys Center to rocking the deejay decks and scoring a nomination in, the Groove 2015 “Deejay of the year category”, Raphael Nyamu a.k.a as Dj Ruff has swiftly built his brand from the ground up.
In an industry where talent could sky rocket one’s career, very few celebrities attach a value to education but he is one of the few learned Kenyan stars.
There, he joined the Interact club which nurtured his socializing skills, the survival club, Emergency Awards Scheme and Presidential Awards scheme which equipped him with life skills.
But it was the Computer society president post that seemed most relevant to his current vocation.