Release date
01 January 1970
01 January 1970 |

It always seemed very clear to him that he was born to be a nightlife-person. He got his first guitar at the age of four. He used to accompany his dad, who was a local DJ, to several parties. He started buying records at the age of twelve, and he was the DJ at his own sixteenth birthday party. From then on, he knew he wanted to be a DJ.

His interest in music grew stronger as he was playing more than four nights a week in famous venues like Carré, Belgium’s biggest and most popular club. He has been doing that for more than twenty years now.

In 1995 he opened his own record store and also started to create his own music. Soon after that he released his very first single, Funkin´ Serious, on Jumper Records.

In 2003 a mashup of two old songs (Fiesta by The Sunclub and Summerjam by The Underdog Project) brought him to a higher level. Everybody wanted that song, and it became the double platinum seller “SummerJam 2003” by “The Underdog Project”. More than 1.300.000 copies were sold worldwide and he got the opportunity to play all around the world!

Since then he released many singles under different names like “Natural Born Grooves” and “FRANK Ti-Aya” that were pushed by big names like Roger Sanchez.

Another big hit was released in 2011 with “Discotex Yah”, a pumpy-remix based on Anita Meyer’s “Why tell me why”. It held the number one spot in iTunes Belgium for weeks.