I’ve always had a love for music, growing up in my house the sounds of 70s & 80s Soul, R&B Hip Hop, Reggae & Dancehall was inescapable. My father & my uncles used to play in a sound, and on various occasions they used to take me with them. There I would string up the equipment watch them select tunes and sometimes they would put me on. Out of all the genres Dancehall is what I was drawn to most.
By 1997 I starting going to records shops in South London. The ones I visited regularly was Dub Vendor, Blacker Dread, Super Tone & Red Records. From these shop I started purchasing vinyl, sometimes spending the whole day there. I used to practise on my Dad’s turntable, before slowly buying my own set. From just a mixer to one turntable & mixer to the complete setup. In 1999 I met up with an old school friend ‘DJ Infinity’ who shared a similar passion for djing and I decided to join his crew. I played at a few events & house parties under ‘Ghetto Fabulous Sound’, but in early 2000 I decided to branch out & do my own thing. I formed ‘Murda Squad’ & shortly after recruited ‘Biggz’ as my mic man/host. We played at various parties around London & added another member ‘DJ Berry’. I had put out a few mixtapes, and i’m talking about actual cassettes but with the birth of my daughter in 2004 I fell back from djing to concentrate on other things.
Fast forward to 2008 I decided to come back & mainly concentrate on mixtapes. I dropped my first mix CD ‘Dancehall Smash Volume 1′ towards the end of January with the feedback & response to that I went on to drop ‘Dancing & Daggering’ Volumes 1 & 2′. I teamed up with ‘Coast 2 Coast’ and started a new series ‘That New Ish’. I also went on to do a 90′s mix with ‘DJ Madsilver’ & closed out the year with a dancehall mix ‘From Gaza To Di Gully Side’ & a new series ‘Turn Up The Reggae’. In 2010 I dropped a total of 21 different mixtapes & was nominated for the SEA Best Reggae DJ 2011 Award.