Known as “The Remix King”, DJ Noiz has become a household name across the pacific. From the humble beginnings of growing up in the small-town of Robinvale in the south west of NSW with a strong Samoan and Tongan heritage, Noiz relocated to Brisbane as an adult with his family.
He soon burst on the scene in 2012 and became a Soundcloud favourite with his unique island style reggae remixes raking up an astonishing 15 million streams in the first 2 years being active. Noiz found himself having a huge demand in Australia and New Zealand, headlining club events every weekend for the next 3 years dropping his remixes through his multiple Soundcloud and YouTube accounts on a regular basis.
Fast forward to 2016, Noiz soon found himself as a premier DJ and producer collaborating and remixing the best in Polynesian reggae and R&B artists and subsequently was nominated at The 2nd Annual World Remix Awards in the Rap Category for his remix of Kent Jones “Don’t Mind” alongside some of the biggest DJ’s in the world.
If this wasn’t enough for Noiz, he soon released his debut single featuring Konecs and Vili Langi titled “Ofa Mai” which has racked up an impressive 6 million streams on the YouTube audio. He has since released his 2nd single “Senorita” which peaked on the New Zealand Heatseeker Singles Chart and has gained over 4 million streams on Spotify and YouTube.
Coming into 2018 with an impressive resume of producer credits with Donell Lewis, Swiss and Kennyon Brown, Noiz joined long-time friends Donell Lewis and Kennyon Brown as a co-headliner on their debut USA and Hawaii tour – selling out shows in San Jose, Los Angeles, Seattle, Salt Lake City and Las Vegas – and were invited to perform on selected shows with Missouri Reggae / R&B star Spawnbreezie.
Since returning from the USA, Noiz has released his newest single “Chill” featuring Konecs, Donell Lewis and Kennyon Brown which has peaked at #18 on the New Zealand top 40 and #1 on the R&B charts in Australia, New Zealand, PNG and Fiji. The music video has also racked up an astonishing 300,000 views in just over 2 weeks on YouTube and 500,000 streams in 2 weeks on Spotify and Soundcloud combined. In May and June 2018 he is embarking on his first ever headline Pacific Island tour, headlining club shows in Fiji, Tonga, Samoa and Rarotonga (Cook Islands).
With still more to come from this young pacific talent based out of Australia – Noiz is now focusing on his up and coming full length project “titled” Uce Juice which is due for release sometime in 2018.
Stay tuned for "The Remix King".