Born in 1985, in Ajaccio (Corsica Island/France), Jean-François Clemenceau aka DiDjiTu, begins djing as of 15 years at lounge bars, and in the same time takes his first steps in clubs behind turntables.
Afterward, he starts producing his own titles and spread them to different clubs of his area.

After having been DJ in various small club of Corsica Island (France), Cesar becomes resident of “Acapulco club” in Calvi in 1996.
He leaves Corsica for Switzerland in 1998 and when he comes back, at the end of 1999, he start a residency at “5eme Avenue Club” (Ajaccio), which at that time was the highest club of the island, where Cesar received famous DJ’s as Charles Schillings, Jack de Marseille, Jérôme Pacman, Lucy Love, Freddy, Warrio, Shade, Kojak ...
It leaves Corsica for Switzerland again in 2003 and starts his residency at “Le Baroque”, complex gathering a lounge restaurant and a club at Geneva.

That’s where Didjitu and Cesar meet in 2004 and then form "Funkey Monkeys" project before producing their first track "The Beat Conductor", a kind Electro-Music with sensual voice production, discovered by Didier Sinclair and released by Antoine Clamaran’s record company Pool e Music in 2005.


  • Beat Conductor (Original Mix)
  • Beat Conductor (Jerry Ropero Remix)