Greg Andrews was just fourteen years old when he given has first set of turntables. By the age of sixteen, he had become DJ Ruckus and established himself as a fixture in the Miami and New York club scenes. Now, nearly a decade later, DJ Ruckus is America’s most in-demand celebrity deejay.
While still a teenager, Ruckus traveled to Morocco to perform at Diddy’s birthday party. A legion of celebrity fans was born. Today, the world’s biggest stars including Ruckus’ cousin Lenny Kravitz, Steven Spielberg, Christina Aguilera, Kanye West, Naomi Campbell, Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, Alicia Keys, Nas, Shaquille O’Neal, and Steve Nash routinely hire him to perform at their private parties.
Known for his effortless ability to fuse hip-hop, rock, electro, house, soul, funk, and reggae, Ruckus’ deep passion for music was established at an early age. “I grew up in a very musical home. My parents had an incredible record collection. From The Beatles to Curtis Mayfield, we were always listening to and learning about music at home. When I play, I aim to share my love of music with the crowd.”
A favorite of the fashion glitterati, Ruckus’ client list boasts the likes of Louis Vuitton, Prada, Calvin Klein, Alexander Wang, and Gap. His signature high-energy sound has also lead him to play for the industry leaders in the media, film, sports, and art including MTV, GQ, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, Disney, Miramax, the NBA, UFC, the Whitney Museum of American Art.
He remains an iconic club deejay holding residencies at Liv in Miami, Tao Las Vegas, Los Angeles’ Playhouse, and VIP Room in Paris and Saint-Tropez.
Ruckus has been profiled in a breadth of international publications including The New York Times, Vogue, InStyle, Elle, Us Weekly, Nylon, and Ocean Drive.