In the ending for the anime "Kumamiko: Girl Meets Bear", there's a line where the backup singers (aka the residents of Kumade Village) say
いず ぬっ さん すう でーじぇーへーうぃーごー
Which I haven't seen translated, but it's pretty clearly "One, two, three, four, DJ here we go" to my ears. YouTube clip for reference
I'm curious as to what dialect they're using for the numbers - the show is set in a presumably fictional town in northern Honshu, so I would assume some variant of Tōhoku-ben or similar?