DJ Funk starts producing in the mid-90’s a sound which will become the heartbeat of an entire city and will flow for more than a decade most of music shops around the world. He creates the perfect balance between Hip Hop Music and House Music, produced it all in his Chicago studio. With more than forty EP to its credit on Dance Mania, Underground Construction, Pro-Jex or Funk Records, his own label, he’s known to be a major influence of many different artists such as for Daft Punk, quoted in their tribute track “Teachers” from their first album. DJ FUNK then works with many worldwide electro producers such as Justice, Basement Jaxx, and kills the charts with his mix-tapes. He becomes the biggest representative of the ghetto house scene throughout the world and smashes every continent with his hysterical sets, his exclusive selection and his unusual behavior. Back in 2012 with this three tracks EP underlining his strong will to put back Booty Music within the heart of the international club scene by his big bass drum hits and his devilishly efficient gimmicks.
With Fuck Dat Ass, DJ Funk shows from the very start his large range of talents, from composing powerful beats or to chant his lyrics within the pure tradition of Hip-House from Chicago, Three Fine Hoes and its epic and explicit melody is sized to wreck any dance floors. Titties & Beer sums up Big Daddy Funk’s ability to make life’s pleasure ghetto house anthems within the most simple and efficient way which most biggest . With its 20th release Booty Call Records confirms its position as the Booty Bass music label of reference and it is natural for Sir Chambers, godfather of the label since 2007, to entrust those three genuine chi. The King of Booty is definitely back in the charts.
He has shared stages along the way with Daft Punk, Green Velvet, Justice, Ed Banger, Franky Bones, Funk Master Flex, Ice T, The Roots, Steve Aoki, Ken Ishi, Calvin Harris, DJ Qbert, Wu Tang Clan, Armand Van Helden, The Booty Call Crew, Boys Noize, , Grand Master Flash, Two Live Crew, African Bambaata, Dance Mania Family, and Run DMC. After recently purchasing one of the top recording studios in the Chicago area and with his remix of Justice’s indie-club hit “Water’s of Nazareth”, a whole new generations of fans are finding out about what DJ Funk is all about.
His biggest selling release to date is “Booty House Anthems” which has sold over 1,000,000 copies and put “Ghetto House” music back on the map with his 2008 release of “Booty House Anthems 2″ which produced over 3,500,000 downloads. “Booty House Anthems 3” and the “20th Anniversary Greatest Hits Collection” are now available on CD Baby and iTunes!