"I always tested out making different genres of music, especially house, and have always kept an open-mind to my creativity... I think it keeps you in the game."
For the last few years, DJ WOLFË whose real name is Anthony Baah from Toronto, Canada, was an artist/producer trying to get noticed. It wasn't until earlier in 2012 that he would make a decision that would change his life.
He put 100% focus in creating house music; a passion he had since he was very young. He would work his 9-5 job, come home where he has built his own studio, and start making songs. At this point he would play the rough copies to anyone he had an opportunity to, without telling them the music was his. The responses exceeded his expectations which motivated him to seek support from labels.
He has been under LAD Publishing & Records for his current 2 releases “Fixer Tattoo” & “AREA 52” and being supported professionally has given DJ WOLFË a solid foundation to grow further in the community.
Knowing what it takes to be successful, he markets himself via FB, Twitter, Reverbnation, and cold calling just to name a few. He has also taught himself how to DJ covering all bases. "Oh man, DJ'ing? Never!... I would have never thought in a million years that I would pick up DJ'ing as a career move (haha).... blame it on my friends and technology. The tech part of it makes everything easier in terms of music management, and that was the deciding factor for me, I give a lot of respect to the guys who carried and still carry crates of records around just to give people a good time.”
A few months of hard practice and networking, his persistence enabled DJ WOLFË to get his songs signed and showcase his talents. He has played at some of the major nightclubs in Toronto including SKYBAR (THE GUVERMENT), TATTOO ROCK PARLOUR, and COBRA NIGHTCLUB. In addition, he played in more intimate spots such as Wild Indigo and Charlie’s Gallery; he is by far a definite talent to keep your eyes on.
“I have taught myself how to produce, DJ, mix, and arrange using Cubase, Reason, and Ableton Live. I also write and market my own songs. I guess when you want something that bad you got to hold on to it and let no one stop you from achieving it.”