Best known for the success of his Ministry of Sound UK dance anthem, Tell Me (What it is) which featured chart topping UK singer, Katy B and MC Versatile (Verse), DJ NG's monumental song is regarded as one of the pioneering tracks in the spawning of a UK dance music genre, UK Funky which gained him national recognition within the UK clubs and airwaves alike.
Previously holding a 4 year weekly radio show (2006-2010) on London's iconic Rinse FM, DJ NG also ran a stint of presenting shows on BBC 1Xtra and now resides a weekly radio show on London’s multi -genred, Reprezent FM, home to artist and DJ's such as MOBO award winning Stormzy, Ellie Cocks, Lady Lykes, Neptizzle, Jamz SuperNova and House duo, Freight Train.
BOOKINGS & RESIDENCES
Outside from Radio, he is the founder and resident DJ of London's long-established weekly Wednesday night after party, The Factory After Party (Polysexual) that has held its residencies with Club Life, Factory 65, Fire & Lightbox, No.65 & Club Union and has previously held weekly weekend residences at a range of different parties at a full cross section of events for different ages and cultures, from: Home LDN and Movimento at Club Aquarium (London), to ‘Bootylicious’ (London, Gay) and Philosophy club nights.
In the studio since producing Tell Me, he has remixed for many major record labels from Sony, Ministry & Atlantic Records and for the likes of Lilly Allen, Usher & Natty (Bedroom eyes), with current focus on promoting brand new artist, Nicola Tate (Saving Grace / Freedom) who's work collectively has now been signed to UK specialist dance label, Defected Records with their song Saving Grace produced by As I Am. Freedom, one of DJ NG’s latest singles with Tate features key remixes from Luke Larrell (Dazed) CassKidd & No1 chart topping Traxsource producer Klevakeys of Quantize recordings.
Established in 2009, The Factory After Party was a unique after party of its time and location. At a time where much of London was still predominantly segregated with its Straight and Gay parties in the Vauxhall area and those Gay parties that did accommodate towards a mixed crowed often had only a very small percentage of straight crowds attending. Factory AP cleverly managed to create a melting pot for different crowds, braking down barriers of sexuality, class, culture. It is probably London’s longest running weekday and weekly after party in London and started off in the back room of Club Life on Goding Street, Vauxhall London.
The night attracted various walks of human life and could proudly boast a highly unique and cosmopolitan crowd and ambience with its carefully programmed mixed house music policy, playing a arrange of house throughout each hour of the night into the early morning hours of Thursday. Running through a journey of it's highs and lows, the party reach heights of over 400 people turning up on a single night to party on a Wednesday night and had held parties in some of Vauxhall's best known clubs, including Fire, club Covert, No.65, Protocol, Lightbox and now at it's current Wednesday night home, Union Night Club.
Home LDN. (Weekly 2014, No.65 Vauxhall)
Movimento/Big Fish (Monthly 2012-2014 Club Aquarium, London)
BreakoutClub (Quarterly, Club 2008-present day, NewCross, London)