A superstar deejay for the better part of a decade, twenty-four year old DJ Ruckus is now emerging as one of the most dynamic talents in today’s entertainment world. Ruckus, the cousin of rock icon Lenny Kravitz, was given turntables on his fourteenth birthday and took little time to establish an undeniable musical style and understanding.??By the time he was fifteen, Ruckus was a resident DJ at Crobar Miami playing to thousands of revelers each weekend at one of the world’s most exclusive clubs. Ruckus quickly garnered a celebrity following and the Atlanta native was soon traveling around the country spinning at hot sports on both coasts including New York’s Lotus and Los Angeles’ Sky Bar. ?While still a resident in nightclubs around the country including exclusive destinations in New York, Miami, Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and Atlanta, Ruckus’ career has blossomed far beyond nightclub events.
Personally called upon by celebrities including Diddy, Kanye West, Christina Aguilera, Magic Johnson, and Steven Tyler to deejay their private parties, Ruckus also provides the music at exclusive parties for corporate clients including Calvin Klein, PlayStation, Prada, and Virgin and fashion shows and film premiers around the world. In recent months, Ruckus has performed in China, Malaysia, France, England, Norway, and The Netherlands. ??A rising star as a producer, Ruckus gained his first credit producing “Sexhibition” – a single from Janet Jackson’s 2006 album. Ruckus has also produced for artists ranging from Outkast to Kelis to Chris Brown. Ruckus own album, Electric Sex, is due out in the summer of 2010. ??Ruckus has been featured in a breadth of national publications including People, Us Weekly, OK! Magazine, Nylon, New York Post, and Ocean Drive.