DJ Razor grew up in the hearts of Alexandra, Johannesburg in South Africa. He is continuing in the paths set by legendary DJs and continues to grow as a brand .DJ Razor is an undisputed idol in the making. He has aroused local dance floors from Roxy’s, News Cafe, Joe’s Butcher, The Taliban (Pretoria), Bafanas Lounge, Cofi, and former Zambesi just to mention a few. This young man, who is soon to release his first ever awaited house compilation album, has set a trend for himself, well known for being a good record selector and spin jockeys.
DJ Razor is not only a dj, but a sound engineer and a music producer. He has ability, potential to spot talent that has led him to working with various up and coming local djs. He has also worked with producers such as Afrosoul, DJ Mlu-fire, Kay-G and DJ Moko who had his debut song featured in one of the soulcandi hottest album -Music is Life- by Rowich Deep.
He is involved in various local charity organisations and youth activities where music and djing is concerned. In 2010 he was a member of the leopards, an organisation represented by Mr Linda Twala of Phutaditjaba. His duty was to manage sound and organise djs for grandmothers and disadvantaged kids for a Christmas party in Alexandra and neighbouring townships.which was a two day successful event.
DJ Razor has shared the DJ booth with a number of South African top djs such as; Lulo Cafe, Oskido, Fresh, Ganyani, Christos, Gen Lewis, Black Coffee, VinnyDaVinci, Kent and MrAnderson, including Terry J from United Stated Of America just to mention a few. But not forgetting his peers, the likes of DA Prince, Big Sam, Buti, Lefa, Miles, Thulani, Accudose, MrCriz and DJ Ice.
Continuing in his dj career, DJ Razor hooked up with a group of highly motivated friends to co-own a company called Deep Media Productions, that is focusing on entertainment specifically music and events. Like any other company Deep Media Productions has created a benchmark with immeasurably extreme standards and level of services that inspire more young people who need to excel in this industry.
Despite the fact that this is regarded as the world most difficult industry, DJ Razor remains to be a patient and humble person who take things a day-at a time gathering information and continuing learning from those ahead.
Keep logging in to the website www.djrazor.co.za for fresh and upcoming tunes on the club hour radio shows presented by DJ Razor every month and every Tuesdays for 30 minutes mega mixes.