DJ MK is one of the UKs leading Hip Hop deejays. He has been a favourite on the club scene for the last 10 years, displaying his turntable dexterity up and down the UK and throughout Europe, Australia and the United States. What sets MK apart from many of his peers is his ability to rock a crowd wherever he plays, be it Londons Ministry Of Sound, an Underground UK Hip Hop Jam, Pacha in Ibiza or an Arctic Monkeys after-party. MK was the first UK DJ to release regular, well-packaged Hip Hop mixtapes at a time when no other DJ was doing so. These mix tapes earned him his props and a slot on the Capital rap show with Tim Westwood from 93 to 95. His mixtapes are now sold all over the world. The man has done it all from providing cuts on various tracks for the likes of Roots Manuva, Dido, Jehst, Skitz and Lewis Parker to promoting Londons premier Hip Hop jams (The Hop and Live & Direct). MK held down one of the most popular shows on London based Hip Hop station Itch FM for four years before being headhunted by Kiss 100 FM. He joined the station in May 2004, initially hosting their Thursday night Hip Hop show alongside DJ Skully. Providing the very best in upfront Hip Hop from the U.S. & the UK, the show is essential listening. Guests have included Rev Run, Guru, Russell Simmons, Jehst, LL Cool J, Roots Manuva, Lupe Fiasco, The Beatnuts, Young Jeezy, DJ Babu, Boot Camp Clik, Maseo, Pharoahe Monch, Skinnyman, Percee P, Madlib, Task Force and Peanut Butter Wolf. MK continues to tour the world as Roots Manuvas DJ and is also a member of the powerhouse DJ crew Extended Players, alongside Shortee Blitz, Mr Thing and Harry Love. He judged the DMC UK & World finals between 1995-2004, helping to determine the outcome of winners such as DJs Craze, A-Trak, Plus One and Tony Vegas. He was behind the homegrown Hip Hop anthem Its All Live on Stonegroove Recordings, has released two volumes of his London Underground mix CDs to great acclaim and recently he compiled & mixed Bangers & Mash Vol. 2 (out now on Boombox). MKs mixtape buzz led him to ink a deal with Antidote / Sanctuary Records for his first official album Above Board.