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Exacta’s career began with a boom when he released three tasteful, original works with world-famous Subliminal Records. In 2004, Exacta released his first song, "Beat Inside You", which was a funky stomper and a smash hit. His next two songs, "Flippin" and "Shake My Soul", followed quickly with their sexy rhythms and irresistible appeal to anyone who loves to dance. Amazingly, these where the first tracks he ever wrote or produced.

In 2006, Exacta launched his own imprint called Compulsive Music. He released a remake called "Pride”, an overnight club killer. He followed with “Set Me Free”, “Drama” and “You Keep Calling Me”. He has also had the fortunate opportunity to make remixes for superstars like Nelly Furtado and Paris Hilton.

Now, in his 12th year as a top New York City DJ, Exacta is a Pacha Resident where he is quickly gaining notoriety for dropping the most upfront House music in the United States. In the past few months, Exacta has left crowds buzzing at Pacha, Cielo, Fly (Toronto), Karu-Y (Miami), and Godskitchen (UK) with his unique performances which include a gamut of musical styles from deep house to tribal, vocal, and even tech all included in one breathtaking set.

With his solid background and ever evolving talent, Exacta is quickly becoming one of the hottest and most talked about artists in the world. In the past three years, Exacta has worked closely with International DJ superstars the likes of Erick Morillo, Mark Knight, David Guetta, Funkagenda, and Armand Van Helden, Pete Tong, Tiesto, and, Paul Oakenfeld.

Already, 2007 has been a very busy year for Exacta. His latest hits “Set Me Free”, “Twisted”, and “You Keep Calling Me” have been exploding on dance floors worldwide. All three have been topping charts on Soul Good and gaining international momentum on other DJ’s set lists far and wide. His two newest tracks, “Stuck on Your Love” and “Do What I Wanna Do” demolished the Winter Music Conference. Next, Exacta will be releasing his first record under Compulsive Music “Soul Survivor”, in October.

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