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Nazfunk ( Nazim Chambi) picked up the guitar at age 16. Influenced by his brother's music library, Nazim dove into music, learning everything he could on the guitar.  Three years later he started recording instrumental songs that eventually got recognized by Michael Molenda from Guitar Player magazine, who featured one of the songs in the magazine.

By 2007, Naz moved to Los Angeles to attend Musicians Institute. Upon graduation he received the "Oustanding Player Award", which was presented by Scott Henderson.  

Naz has worked as a session guitarist/songwriter with numerous artists and producers in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Detroit, and Chicago. Artists and Producers such as Val Garay,  members of the John Lee Hooker band, Ray Luzier (Korn), Dillon Campbell, Rabyt, The Hard, Rochelle Vincent Von K, Fire, Brenda Carsey, Rachele Royal, Eleven Dollar Bills, Jody Watley and SRL.

In April 2021, Naz was hired to honor Jimi Hendrix for the show '27'. The show is still running at the Virgin Hotel Las Vegas!

2022 Mojo Juju was born, a corporate band with established session touring players. Performing all across Las Vegas. US tour coming soon!

Styles range from Rock, Funk, Blues, Hip-Hop, Trap, Classical, R&B, and electronic music. Wherever there is music, Nazim puts his touch to it.

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Nazim is available for live performances, studio sessions and guitar lessons.

"We can lie and tell everyone we taught him what he knows."

                                                             -Scott Henderson

"his lead ability, his rhythm chops are very versatile. In the choruses he bangs out some good classic rock-n-roll and during the verses he is able to go into some delicate R&B fills in the style of Jimi Hendrix. Nazim is not intimidated by the bright lights;"

                                                             - LAFamos

"Nazim lets the melody speak, which is unselfish and smart."

                                                             -Michael Molenda (Guitar Player magazine)

"Chambi played through a sonic swirl of distortion and bombast on his gold colored Fender that  would have pleased even the late, great Hendrix."

                                                             - Pioneer

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