South West based DJ Leon B has descended into the Hard Dance scene like a tornado!
September 2009 saw Leon's first signing of 'In My Mind' to Tidy Trax. This signing was the start of what was to become a massive 'snow-ball' effect with further signings to AWsum, Riot!, Traffic, D-Day, Impact, Implosion and many more... his first two solo releases stormed to the top two spots in the Notorious Trackitdown charts. Unheard of for a newcomer!
Working as a DJ for 10 years gave Leon a solid grounding in the dance arena, and his hard work and determination propelled him from a keen enthusiast to become a highly respected professional. In the last few months, Leon has been catapulted into the spotlight to become one of Hard Dance's newest and most exciting DJ's and producers and this is creating quite a stir!
There is no question that Leon has a remarkable talent. His hard work seems to be paying off with six of his tracks featured recently on Radio 1's legendary Kutski show..
Leon's DJ skills are definitely something to shout about. He has already featured alongside some of the scenes biggest and most respected artist's including Showtek, Tidy Boys, Lisa Lashes,Scott Attrill, Lisa Pin Up, Andy Whitby, Amber D, Anne Savage and Cally Gage to name a handful. This whirlwind journey is just the beginning for Leon and his performance diary is already filling up. This DJ will be exciting crowds worldwide for years to come. His trademarked style of production and hugely energetic performances will leave you wanting more.
Endorsements have flown in for his productions from Lisa Lashes, Scott Attrill, Andy Whitby, Phil York, Cally Gage, Amber D and Adrenaline Dept. More will follow, this is for sure!
It is entrancing to watch Leon DJ'ing as he has the effortless ability to hypnotise his audience with his music. His unique stage presence is amazing and his passion and drive is everywhere! Leon B has without doubt become one of the biggest and brightest prospects in the Hard Dance scene of 2010, which has now led him to be signed up by Hard Dance pioneer Scott Attrill.