DE'SKEE DJ MC
De’Skee a native of Queens, New York with roots in South Georgia, began his journey with music in the mid 70s. He began deejaying at the age of 11 doing family backyard parties. He further developed his talent under the tutelage of his cousin, the late Kevin Jackson who also a DJ. At age 17, he moved to Germany in 1984 with his mother, the late Lillie M. Gibson who was member of the Armed Forces.
De’Skee became the headlining DJ for the The Body Snatchers Road Show with members Jerry Tillman and Lorinza Williams. They were a well-renowned act in military clubs throughout Germany. De’Skee was later signed to BlackOut Records by owner Achim Shepanski to launch their new independent record label, BlackOut. De’Skee teamed up with a local DJ and producer to record "Let There Be House.” This single would later be remixed by WestBam and Klaus Jankuhn of Germany. Dave Durrell and CJ McIntosh of the group Mars would also remix the single in London.
De’Skee scored three hits on the US Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play charts scoring two number-one singles in 1990 "Let There Be House" and "Dance Dance (remixed by Tony Humphries)” and a top 10 hit in 1991 "Kid Get Hyped." De’Skee's singles also charted in the UK where "Let There Be House" peaked at number 52. "Dance, Dance" reached number 74 in the UK Singles Chart, as well as Spain, Italy and Japan. De’Skee’s single “Lost in the Groove” was remixed by the legendary DJ/producer Dave Morales. De’Skee has collaborated with iconic house artists such as Gene Farris, DJ Tonka, Risque and Steely M.