Often referred to as one of the top 10 remixers of all time, the Los Angeles-based DJ got his first set of turntables at age 12 and has been celebrated for his electrifying remixes and savvy technical style ever since. Serafin is well known not only for his mash-ups but for the esteemed remix website Crooklynclan.net.
A well-known rising star and an established performer in the international DJ community, Serafin’s particular mix of hip hop, house, pop, and rock has been wowing audiences throughout the U.S. and has established him as an elite force in the musical world.
This self-taught music producer and remixer got his big break in 2008 when Jive Records signed him on for his remixes for superstars Livvi Frank, Jordin Sparks, and Britney Spears. In 2009, he proffered his skills to the Hip Hop All-Stars video game app, the first DJ video game for the iPhone. He released his first original track “WHUT” under Peak Hour Records in 2010, and followed it with the single “Never Leave Her” in 2011 under Vector Mode records.
In 2011, Serafin produced “This That Shit” with the legendary Greg Nice of Nice & Smooth. “This That Shit” became an instant hit and one of today’s club anthems. In 2013, Serafin also lent his remarkable production skills to Remix Parliament’s “FLASHLIGHT” in the motion picture Heat starring Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy. Additionally, he produced the opening score in Robin Williams’ The Crazy Ones with Sarah Michelle Gellar.
Serafin started 2014 with a bang. Sharing the stage with the band “Royal Machines” in a sold-out show at The Mayan in Downtown Los Angeles which is composed of rock legends Ozzy Osborne, Billy Idol, Dave Navarro, Courtney Love, and James Belushi.