Las Vegas, NV
Las Vegas, NV
"Few DJs can capture the diversity that DJ Enrie blends into all of his music" ~ Chart
Throughout his long and illustrious career, DJ Enrie has consistently risen to the top using his talent and skills to attract legions of fans and scores of followers.
After getting his start in Queens, New York, during the early days of hip- hop and house music, Enrie moved out west to Los Angeles, where his club sets began to attract a large local following. In 1994, Enrie took over the Power 106 FM Lunchtime Power Workout and brought house music to LA by breaking artists like Bucketheads, Planet Soul, and Robin S. Enrie’s now legendary program quickly became the biggest radio mix show in LA history with over one million people tuning in each day to hear his mixes. Over the years, Enrie’s fame grew rapidly. His first mix CD "Work It" went on to sell over 100,000 copies, cementing his reputation as the west coast’s most popular mixmaster. Enrie has also has done some major label remixes for Amber, Frankie Cutlass, Ace Of Base & Nina Lares. In 1999, Enrie even set a Guinness World Record by mixing for 44 hours straight on Hollywood Boulevard and if the police hadn’t arrived to break up the crowd, who knows how long Enrie might have gone. Since then, Enrie’s popularity has led to a constant schedule of weekly gigs. Since 2008, Enrie became sponsored by M-Audio and consistently helps give input on some of their DJ gear. Even while Enrie continues to rock his weekly gigs, he still finds time to manage several successful businesses. His website my12inch.com was the first mp3 /video pool in the world. Seeing how the mp3 pools seemed flooded with competition, Enrie left the company to launch his most successful website, Beezo.net. Beezo.net was the world's first online community dedicated exclusively to DJs and their mixes posted every day from around the globe. In 2010, Enrie has expanded the Beezo brand into even more DJ based websites : Beezobattle.com was a live streaming DJ battle that has been hosted from California to Texas. Beezolog.com featured a staff of DJ's that write about everything DJ related (music, videos, tips, reviews). In 2011, Enrie made the move to Las Vegas to focus and restructure Beezo (into 1 website) and continue his DJ career. In 2012, Enrie became a partner of djlabels.com (a well respected dj accessories website). Enrie still works daily on Beezo by supporting producers,