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“Genre’s are a thing of the past, true expression is boundless …  I’m in search of the perfect beat.”

~ DJ Phresh

Hailing from the birthplace of turntablism and hip-hop, PHRESH implements the strength of his aggressive New York style and applies it to all genres of music. Being involved in hip-hop culture at a young age sparked his interest in a wide variety of other global themes.

His versatility with world music through the open format embracing of all genres is what truly sets him apart within the industry.

PHRESH also attributes his open-minded musical influences to growing up in New York City and his multicultural and social childhood. What initially started out as a release and escape from the day-to-day rigors of city life turned into a love affair that has allowed him to perform all over the world.

PHRESH’s cultured ear for music paved the path to his international success as a DJ. He’s held residencies at renowned venues in New York, Miami, the Hamptons, and Las Vegas. While earning a reputation as one of New York City and America’s most sought-after DJ talents, PHRESH continues to expand his love of music while spinning all over the world, giving club and partygoers the perfect music experience.

Electric Run Festival

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Videography: Mandela Gregoire & Antoine ‘Noemad’ Reid
Direction: Ebis Hernandez & A.D. Scott

Featured Artist: Mandela Gregoire

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Mandela Gregoire is a New York City based filmmaker and photographer. He studied filmmaking at the Rochester Institute of Technology and Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. After school, he landed an internship at 40 Acres and a Mule FilmWorks working directly with Director/Producer John Singleton shooting behind the scenes for the Universal Pictures film “Illegal Tender” in Puerto Rico in 2006.

Mandela took a break from his cinematic ambitions to pursue his interest in his other passion, international affairs. He worked as an attaché at the Permanent Mission of the Commonwealth of Dominica to the United Nations during the 63rd and 64th UN General Assemblies. With a background in both media and global issues, Mandela has worked with a number of non-profit organizations producing videos, most notably the Aspen Institute’s Cultural Diplomacy Forum.

In 2010, Carline Balan, Jay-Z’s former assistant, connected Mandela with singer Rihanna’s management and he began producing behind-the-scenes videos and photos for the singer’s YouTube Account, DVDs, and tour merchandise. Currently, Mandela freelances and works on various video and photography projects around the globe. He has visited over sixty countries on six continents and is passionate about cinema, international affairs, and the creative economy.




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As apart of his continued journey through the world of music, PHRESH has curated a new deep, future, and g-house experience for your enjoyment.

This is BBS … go deep!