Djun Djuns, like Congas, are typically a family of three drums. The smallest is a "Kenkeni", the middle a "Songba" and the largest being the Djun or Djun Djun. I have seen these drums all spelt a number of different ways, these are simply the spellings I have settled on. These drums are played with sticks or, less commonly, one stick and hand.

Djun-Djun Bells

Typically, the 3 drums will be played by three different drummers and each drum will have a bell tied to the side. Djuns can be played standing on end or on thier sides on a stand. It is also common to see one drummer playing all three if musicians are in short supply.