DJ // Activist
I cannot be patient anymore. We cannot be silent anymore.
If you asked Oda Haliti what her profession was a few years back, she may have described herself as an entrepreneur, PR expert, festival and event organizer before her DJ career began. Haliti is a chameleon of sorts, multi-talented and incredibly active, but it’s her work as a DJ that has brought her recognition, in the region and across Europe, for her experimental sound and unwavering activism. “Music is the best medium if you know how to use it,” said Haliti, who uses her platform to advocate mostly for human rights. “Everyday the impact is greater.”