Coming from the Bay Area he had been Djing since 1984 made it to the airwaves of KMEL in San Francisco broke a lot of records and re-invented the mix show program for crossover radio.... he then moved to Los Angeles to make records at Virgin Records he had an amazing run and contributed to selling 14 million records and a variety of projects. As the music industry fell apart he re-invented himself in the world of media production. Believing that his work as a DJ was not finished, he decided to pick up his headphones and dust off his turntables. Mejia says, “I feel I have some unfinished business with the art of dj'ing. I’ve done so much with music and have all this knowledge. I want to share it and celebrate. I approach the art of mixing from a whole different perspective now. It’s like golf or anything for which you have a passion. You get better as you work on your technique. I always recorded mix shows as a Dj, but never perfected my live playing skills. With this in mind, I’ve decided to sound better live as a Mix Master and take full advantage of all my knowledge of music and production and give it back to the people who have given me so much."