For over 15 years, DJ N.O.E has been a prominent figure in the entertainment industry as a DJ and radio host. As the official Hip-Hop correspondent for Elite Daily, he has performed events in the sports, fashion and music industries internationally alongside hip-hop’s premier acts including Pharrell Williams, Mos Def and Bone Thugs-n-Harmony.

Fresh of the heels of his Hot 97 Summer Jam debut alongside Fred The Godson, and second consecutive UMA DJ of the Year nomination, DJ. N.O.E. has secured himself as one hip-hop’s unrelenting assets. While N.O.E secured his title as the 2011 UMA DJ of the Year award, he continues to be heard across the FM dial as the host of Hot 97 Boston show, Noestarr Radio, alongside Master of the Mix finalist DJ Mellstarr. With his addition to the roster of the exclusive THE MIX SYNDICATE it should be of no surprise to welcome DJ N.O.E as a household name.

A true veteran of internet radio, N.O.E’s work has been heard on the waves of Shade45, Sikmixxradio and DSBN with the likes of DJ Bedtyme 357 and Phife Dog of A Tribe Called Quest. N.O.E continues to build his momentum captivating more than a million viewers annually from over 60 countries.

While being hailed as one of New York’s go-to men by Swizz Beatz, Jay-Z and Nas for his work ethic, N.O.E continues to establish his creative direction in film and music. 2010 marked another milestone for the entertainer with the launch of NOEtv. Filming and production focused on viral campaigns, NOEtv has quickly become an established and recognized media outlet amongst the hip-hop community.

The initial film series, “Who Is,“ has successfully created viral campaigns for emerging artists. Now, in its sixth volume, the series showcases artists from all over the world for the New York market and has been featured on leading industry websites including espn.com, worldstarhiphop.com, slamonline.com, thisis50.com and 57thave.com.

Born in Michigan and transplanted to the Bronx, N.Y. at an early age, N.O.E was exposed to the frontier of hip-hop and the art of mixing. By the age of 16, N.O.E made his first public debut at Club Wax in SoHo, N.Y. By the time he was in college, N.O.E was hosting the classic rock station WGAO 88.3FM, at Dean College in Franklin, Massachusetts. This exposure led to him to another exciting opportunity at Nichols College’s hip-hop station, WNRC 97.5FM. In 2004, N.O.E collaborated with D.c.Q . CEO of Illson Media. This relationship launched his career as a professional DJ, and has since enabled him to share the stage alongside the hip-hop’s heavyweights.