Beginning to compose with a piano at the age of 11, he got into music production in the mid 90s influenced by acid jazz and american house music. Later he’d build a studio with some synths and samplers and learn to play the electric bass, the guitar and the trumpet. After working as a musical arranger for a few bands, he recorded several house music mixtapes in the early 2000s and made remixes on labels like Transport (San Francisco) or Catch 22 (NYC) as well as playing in clubs from Los Angeles, Costa Rica, Russia, Indonesia or Dubai.
In 2006, after having released a few 12"s, he produced “Work It Out” for Dj Disciple, a track that would mark a before and after in his career, making him responsible for one of the underground hymns during that year. Later, his remix of "L.A. Girls" was used on the MTV series "The Hills" and supported by Djs like Dimitri From Paris. In 2008, he released his first original track “Afrikantastique" on Fluential and Subliminal. Numerous tracks on La Musique Fantastique reached the Top 10 on Traxsource, getting #1 "All About The 90s" and "Dance For Me" (The Sunchasers).