Are you the person who always wanted to be the DJ at the party
? The person who had the massive music collection, and who, despite the move from albums, cassettes, CDs and now mp3s, owns all these formats?
But reality bites - this isn't a career. You go to school to learn to become a teacher, to work in business to become a dentist.
You don't go to school to become a DJ do you? That's a part-time job for weddings and parties.
The reality of the 21st century is that a DJ is now a full-time career - one that can put you on the A list and earning $100,000 per gig. According to Forbes.com, the modern-day DJ, one who can command the same kind of money as well-known bands, is big business.
In the past 12 months, reports Forbes, the kings of EDM - electronic dance music - have pulled in US$125 million,
thanks to endorsements, merchandise and endless touring.
Unlike their musician counterparts, DJs travel with minimal equipment, a far cry from the touring entourage, and earn more than the 1/3 of gross ticket sales that rock stars typically make on the road.
So who are these spin kings? Click through the slideshow to find out...