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DJ Many is known for his trademarked Tiger Hat look, but he is a man of many hats. He is a celebrity DJ, recording artist, producer and songwriter specializing in Hip-hop, Reggae, Pop, R&B, Dubstep among other genres
Many got his start on internet radio at the tender age of 13 and then he moved up to becoming an audio production intern in radio at age 15
for WYAC-FM 93.5 St.Croix, Virgin Islands. He initially got into radio on St.Croix by winning a contest for some chicken, he went to the radio
station and wanted to become a part of radio in the Virgin Islands.
By the time he was 16, he had ascended the ladder and was the star disc jockey of the number one drive-time radio show on WSTX-FM 100.3. It was during this time that he used his earnings to acquire his own DJ equipment so that he could start honing his craft.
DJ Many continued giving the masses their daily dose of reggae and dancehall music when he teamed up with critically acclaimed artist and Grammy-winning
producer Delly Ranx to start a viral YouTube Dancehall Riddim mix campaign.
In 2011, he got his break playing his Xbox—where he met multi-platinum artist Soulja Boy on Xbox Live. The popular rapper asked him to DJ for his SODMG label. He worked with Soulja Boy on many projects and live-events before leaving the record label in the winter of 2012.
In 2012, many was contacted by Rohan Marley the son of the late great reggae legend Bob Marley to endorse the House of Marley and Marley Coffee products which led to DJ Many becoming a brand ambassador for many other brands and products.
While many has experience working in the studio with artists such as Sleepy Brown from Outkast along with working with academy award-winning Three 6 Mafia on musical collaborations, he is most alive when performing on stage in front of a live crowd. For him, the feeling is like nothing else, “Performing on stage is a humbling experience for me, Everyone’s watching you. You get all this energy. It’s like another world of pure happiness.”
Now, entering his early 20s as his own manager, DJ Many controls his own