Hi I have been djing and producing a variety of dance music for 20 years, I specialize in energizing crowds. In the now there are a vast amount
music styles that are rocking parties. I love combing as much as I can that fit the flow if the show, Trap, Dubstep, Electro, Soca, Dancehall, Gitch Hop,
Dub, Moombahton, anything bass heavy and female friendly. I am far from a womanizer but yo, let's be honest the woman is usually the heart and soul
Of a good party. Music is the life of the club and I work hard to keep that vibe entertaining.
I was a touring musician for several years and I took all that experience and started producing quailty dance music. The Jamaican Dancehall is where I got
my start as a DJ, understand that they don't react well to a bad DJ and not I have been hailed up in countless dancehall events as one of the best.
Now reggae has a nice variety of tempos, sounds, and arrangments and I got my start in the stone age of beat matching vinyl. Might I say in
this senario that reggae is the hardest, with the exception of some world music to beat match and create a good flow with the sound. Well, I
decided a few years back to incorperate any and every sound that had club energy and expanded the musical journey.
I am also a singer, drummer, sax, keys, bass, engineer, mastering, well basically all around musician. I have shared the stage with Blu Tec, Damian Marley,
Buju Banton, SS9, Leftover Salmon, Sting Cheese, Capleton, Dougie Fresh, Grand Master Flash, and countless others. It has been a wonderful
journey this far, I have a Big Festival mentality on stage and I do it all with a best friend ego cause it's all about the music
and the vibe it brings, big heads get brain damage. Bless Up an Respect