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Hips swaying, heads nodding, bodies moving, captivated, and intoxicated by the rhythm; this is how music makes people feel.
DJ’ing kind of just happened for G-Whiz. In his own words “I didn’t choose it, it chose me.” “In about 1993 I was at a party when the DJ saw me staring at his equipment. He started to explain some things, and then ask me to put the next song on, I then put the next 5 songs on and the crowd loved it. He then excused himself to the restroom and didn't return until the end of the party. After that, I was pulled in doing parties every weekend. The rush was unbelievable!! I never felt nothing like it before. And since then I feel the same way every time I get in the DJ Booth or on stage! It's hard to explain in words what that feels like....
G-Whiz began DJing at various events and concerts in the Tri-State especially in the Northern CT area at UCONN Student Body Functions and in MA at Babson College Parties. In 2001, he went to Japan and he continued to enhance his DJ career. He played at clubs, concerts, after-parties, and events for V.I.P artists in the Tokyo area including Michael Jordan, Missy, Mary J. Blige, Chingy, R&B sensation Joe, Ashanti, Outkast, MTV Japan Music Awards Show and much more. DJ G-Whiz has done music coordination for Sean John Fashion Shows in Tokyo, and was featured in magazines such as LUGX and Metropolis. Through those opportunities, he gained international exposure.
DJ G-Whiz returned to the U.S. in 2006. From event to event he continued to climb the ladder once again. Within 1 year of his return to the states DJ G-Whiz worked in the most premier clubs and venues in CT from Gasolina to Gotham, R-Bar, & Hammerjacks. From 2008-2009 DJ G-Whiz had a brief episode in Buffalo, NY before deciding to make that move to the Atlanta, GA this year. With his past experiences &looking to go straight to the top as a DJ, he saw Atlanta as a great opportunity to break into the music industry. He still continues to rise to the top.