DJ Reach began his music career as a disc jockey at the age of 13 after receiving inspiration from the movie Juice starring Omar Epps and the late hip-hop legend Tupac Shakur. In 2001 DJ Reach graduated from Wesleyan University.
After interning for his mentor and notorious DJ Stretch Armstrong (of the notable "The Stretch Armstrong and Bobbito Show" on WKCR), Reach learned the importance of being unique and creating his own mix. Incorporating hiphop, rock, 1970s, 1980s and electro, Reach is known for a high energy mixes that echoes the soundtrack of his generation.
In August 2012, Reach made headlines after Kanye West joined him in the DJ booth at Ph-D nightclub in New York City. West played a series of unreleased tracks, stoking public excitement for his album Cruel Summer
His open format style and ear for mixing eclectic DJ sets eventually led to his residency at high-profile night clubs, corporate, celebrity events including Pink Elephant, PM, TAO, Prime and Marque; Playboy’s Super Bowl Bash, NASCAR/Nextel Cup Series Championship Party, Madonna's Confessionstour after party and Jay-Z's infamous 24 hour Hanger tour. As a result, Reach has been featured in press outlets such as Us Weekly, People, In Touch Weekly, OK!, Life & Style, Esquire, GQ, Ocean Drive, Hampton's, Gotham, Trump, New York, Nightclub and Bar, New York Post and Daily News.
DJ Reach plans to take his career to the next level by producing and writing original songs and tracks for some of today’s premiere hip-hop, R&B & Pop groups.