Rocky Rock


The newly crowned West Coast King of the d.2, DJ Rocky Rock began his DJ career in 1991 and eventually started battling in 1998, managing to place in the top three in almost every amateur DJ battle in the Bay Area, California.

By the year 2000, he started competing professionally with the (I.T.F.) International Turntable Federation, a prestigious worldwide DJ competition series. He ranked third place in the West Coast Finals. The following year, he placed first in both the regional DMC (DJ Mixing Competition) in Seattle and the Guitar Center Championships.

In 2001, DJ Rocky Rock founded Mind Music, a DJ school dedicated to empowering the next generation DJs with turntable skills such as mixing, juggling and scratching. Mind Music serves as an outlet to the people of the community, where they can share their passion of beats and sounds to people of all ages, cultures, and backgrounds by promoting a positive lifestyle through music.

In 2004, DJ Rocky Rock hooked up with the Black Eyed Peas, a unique honor, and went to the Philippines to set up a springtime show for them in Manila, where he started a new company, Island Flavor. Not only did he bring the biggest hip hop act to play Manila, he opened the show with this furious DJ skills. He followed that up with a DMC championship in the Philippines and a 5th place in the DMC world championships.

In 2005, DJ Rocky Rock returned to Los Angeles to work directly with the Black Eyed Peas, scratching for them on their hit album Monkey Business. He also scratched on the song "Gone Going" and "Bebot".

DJ Rocky Rock is currently involved with his major priority right now, working with the band Dirty Heads signed to Warner bros. by Producer/A&R Rob Cavallo. Some of Rocky’s other projects include working with Apl.de.Ap of the Black Eyed Peas, and his label/production company Jeepney Music.