DJ Hideo always remained true to his mantra as “The Hardest Working DJ On The West Coast”. He established a reputation as one of the most respected and sought after DJ’s in the Los Angeles music scene.
Formerly of KKBT FM, 100.3 The Beat, DJ Hideo was the Mixshow Director, Program and Production Assistant for 9 years, DJ Hideo made a name for himself on the radio as the DJ for the Steve Harvey Morning Show, John Salley’s Block Party, Saturday Night Live with host Eric Cubiche, The Friday Night Beat Down with host Corn Dogg, Soul Assassin Radio with Cypress Hill, Seditious Beats, Street Science with Dominique Di Prima and the many Summer Jam Events and Artist Concert Series.
Throughout the years, DJ Hideo carved a name for himself through his many accomplishments in the music industry and community. Aside from his various positions at 100.3 The Beat, DJ Hideo also developed special projects locally and internationally.
DJ Hideo, a fan of the West Coast Movement, also produced and hosted the West Coast Takeover Show on XM satellite radio channel Raw 66. He also worked with local talent in creating mixtapes with such artist as Kurupt, Crooked I, Krazy Cash, Fame Us, A Dot K and Stico and the Bandit.
In 2007 DJ Hideo along with Informasian Media released the documentary California Roll, a look into the fast paced tour of the West Coast Asian American club scene.
Most rcently, DJ Hideo was at the Scratch DJ Academy (founded by Jam Master Jay of RUN DMC) in West Los Angeles, California. As a respected professor, he helped guide new students to the understanding of the true meaning of DJing and its respected position in hip-hop culture and history.
Since his first experience in hip-hop and his passion for turntablism artform, DJ Hideo never stopped in his efforts to build and perfect his craft.
“Feel the music and let the music guide you…” – DJ Hideo