"The beginning of a long journey"

This selector began the history of his musical path in the year 1999 under the pseudonym „Dj MeSs“. First years of his selections are associated with hip-hop and r'n'b. In the same year, for the first time in his life, he visited Jamaica. Culture of this island impressed him so much, that since that time until today he is presenting himself as a DJ playing reggae and dancehall. The hometown, Trencin knows him as a fix star, the founder of corner stone of the first Trencin sound system „Ghetto Youths Sound“ and the propagator of this culture.


In the year 2004 and 2007 he flew again to Jamaica and gained contacts with the artists from this island. Thanks to these connections, he happened to be the first Slovak collector and selector playing *dubplates (*dubplate = track, sung by a singer with a dedication to sound or selector). In 2005 and 2006 he took part in the Czech tournament "45 CLASH", where thanks to his selection and support from the Trencin massive he got to the final round. He is also known as a musical promoter. 14th September 2005 in Trencin he founded the "Red, Gold & Green" club, uniting people who support a culture associated with the Caribbean music (reggae, dancehall & soca). Thus he was providing regular entertainment in the city, everyone surely remembers the legendary parties "Welcome To Trenchtown". Many achievements are on his account. The biggest is the first Slovak sound clash "One Will Survive", where he stood up to its formation, he was also the organizer of the first Slovak "Dancehall Queen".


The breakthrough came in 2008 when the DJ MeSs realized that people have learned to a stereotype and decided to cancel the "Red, Gold & Green" club. Set aside to open the door to a new idea, he founded the "Most High Records”. He began the new era, which started with parties called "Higher Level". It is essential to know, that the establishment of "Most High Records" was a start of a label and a recording studio, under which he is publishing titles, mostly MIX CD's focused on Caribbean music (reggae, dancehall & soca). Under the auspices of the "Most High Records" he organized battle of sound systems from Czech and Slovak Republic, called the "Royal Sound Clash" which was the second clash in Trencin, introduced with Moe from A.M.O.. In Slovakia he is still the first and only selector playing Caribbean style SOCA (soul of calypso), which he made famous with mixtapes "Socaration".


Dj MeSs is constantly working to improve himself and actually is fully working on expanding the activities of "Most High Records." After a successful series of "Higher Level" parties he began to organize an event titled "DUTTY VYBZ". The name carries the best in Caribbean parties ever "Trenchtown" experienced, but also dance workshops with different lecturers and tutors of big names. As the first in his country, Dj MeSs, fell for the new musical genre moombahton and moombashment, and began by promoting a series of mix CD's "Moombahlize It" and with great part making remixes of known songs. He cooperates with top producer of moombahton – the world class Chong X. What Dj MeSs deals with, when he isn't at a party or closed in his studio? He has founded a new and unique aerobic exercise called "JUMP & STYLE", which he accompanies with same-named MIX CD's. Of course, he is the coach and with his positive relationship with life, he brings the energy and enthusiasm to his classes, a way of life, that inherently belong to the sport. Dj MeSs fundamentally is not a fan of stereotype and doing nothing, so you can always look forward to new events, parties, workshops, other activities and cooperation.

Stay tuned!

Dj MeSs   Trenčín, Slovakia

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