J.I.D.

Originally from Detroit, DJ Jaycee is a veteran party & radio rocking DJ who continues to make an imprint within the Atlanta DJ community & music industry worldwide. Jaycee is from the breed of DJ's where collecting records was a passion & perfecting cuts, blends, and every kind of scratch is part of a daily routine. His extensive knowledge of all genres of music was established as a child and flourished as did his passion for deejaying. From winning battle competitions to creating a buzz throughout Atlanta’s various college radio mixshows all played a crucial role in establishing Jaycee as a DJ that couldn't be ignored, which then led to him becoming a musical mainstay in the club scene by playing such legendary Atlanta venues as The Warehouse, Velvet, Kaya, Esso, The Chili Pepper, Vision and many many more. In 1995, So So Def’s DJ Nabs (Kris Kross) featured Jaycee on his mixshow ‘The Thunderstorm’ on V-103 & after bearing witness to his versatility and presence as a DJ during guest spots, V-103 immediately hired him and he was soon spinning and hosting his own mix show, "The Late Night Mixtape" where for years he effortlessly displayed turntable dexterity and broke tons of new music.

After pretty much witnessing Jaycee display his musical knowledge and turntable dexterity all over the city, in 2000 Ludacris asked him to be his official tour DJ and he has since gone on to tour the world relentlessly and has shared stages with Luda on huge tours like Eminem's Anger Management Tour, Outkast's Stanklove Tour, prestigious award shows such as the Grammys, American Music Awards, The VMA’s, The BET Awards, Top Of The Pops, VH-1's Hip Hop Honors etcetera. He has also been on notable television shows ranging from TRL, Rap City, Saturday Night Live, 106 & Park, David Letterman, Jimmy Fallon, Regis & Kelly, Tyra Banks, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Carson Daly and many more.

Due to extensive touring, Jaycee took a hiatus from the radio in 2001 but he returned to V-103 in September of 2008 where he has since smashed Atlanta radio ratings records, leaving competitors completely off the page. With the success of his radio mixes, Jaycee still manages to re-invent himself when playing the club circuit throughout the world by being a DJ that is responsive to the crowd, but yet still manages to push musical boundaries.