He started Djn' at the young age of 14, when Vanilla Ice's "Ice Ice baby" and Cece peniston's "Finally" were on the top of the High school dance charts. Then when he turned... read more
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Location: Montreal, Canada Canada
Genre: Hip-Hop, House

He started Djn’ at the young age of 14, when Vanilla Ice’s “Ice Ice baby” and Cece peniston’s “Finally” were on the top of the High school dance charts. Then when he turned 15, he started doing the pre-sets in his first club called “Dance Music” in Montreal. It was hard at first cause he realized that as a dj, even though you knew how to mix, you also have to know how to read a crowd and that’s what he worked on. It paid off; he went on to be a resident in two clubs and special guesting in different spots throughout the cities of Toronto and Ottawa playing the best in classic house, Euro, and hip hop. At that time anything that was rap or reggae or under 115bpm wasn’t as popular as it is today, well not in Canada at least. Now in the present, he is working in different clubs in Quebec (Moomba SupperClub in Laval and Gogo Lounge on St.Laurent) and strictly works for private bookings on Saturdays, but still guests in different clubs when he can. In 2001 he started his own production company “Sugarrrush productions” that produces and distributes all his mix cd’s including the popular and much demanded “Sugar” promotional hip hop cd’s that go across Canada and which are sponsored by Enimem’s clothing company “Shady” Nelly’s “Apple Bottoms”, “Taz” and many other cool companies…and is also a part of Montreal’s Premier entertainment company “Grand Entertainment” producing the best parties in Montreal and abroad.

What’s in store for the 2006-07? Well… he’s planning big things to take him to another level. He started off with launching his new official website, getting his new “Sugar” cd ready for Aug.2007, producing and remixing some tracks for local artists and starting a new tour across Canada sponsored by “Apple Bottoms”. When he’s not djn’, producing or promoting his tours and local parties, he likes chillin out with his friends and family and trying to live life to the fullest and away from the scene. “Live life like it’s your last” is his favorite proverb, which actually came from a fortune cookie he opened last year and even though it sounded corny, it fuels him everyday to never give up what he loves so much.