Dj Serius is an Audio Professional, Radio host and Dj, with an unparalleled passion for music. He believes that "music has the power unite people." He holds a certificate in audio recording technology, was the co-host of Soul Perspectives on Ckut 90.3 FM and the More Fyah Radio Show on Cjlo 1690 Am in Montreal Canada. He is also an event and club Dj. He specializes in RnB, Reggae, House, Soca and Hip Hop. He versatile enough to play anything from top 40, to Latin, Afro Beat, funk, soul, disco, Kompas, Zouk, and more.

Music is part of his DNA. Serius’s passion for music was apparent from a young age, passed on to him through his father Handy Andy. That passion was solidified by his older brother Don Smooth "The Voice Of The City", and his uncle Dj Tuff "The Living Legend". His father taught him how to use the stereo at the age of two and he grew up falling asleep in music consoles his father built. DJ Serius spent countless hours watching his uncle work at Tuff Studios and listening to his uncles and brothers Mix Tapes. In high school he was a part of the student radio team and was a Dj at school dances and parties.

After years of djing as a hobby doing mostly family functions. He decided, in 2009, that it was time to take music seriously. He went to Vanier College to study Audio Recording Technology and after completion of his schooling he set out as a Dj and audio professional. Not long after that he decided to change his Dj name as it no longer reflected who he was. Up until that point he had gone under the name Dj Krazy D, "it sounded cool in high school, I wanted to be known as the Krazy fun dude and Dan is my first name, so Krazy D seemed to have a nice ring to it." At that time in his mid 20's Krazy D no longer seemed appropriate.


 Why are you so serious ? Many of his peers would ask. Due to his calm demeanor. Because of that question and wanting to take his music career more seriously, he dropped the “o” from the word serious to add a touch of uniqueness and chose the name Dj Serius. Don't let the name fool you. He seriously enjoys what he does, "I take enjoyment seriously”.

 In 2010, Serius got his professional start when Dru from The Renegade International Sound System reached out to him and he joined the Sound System. From there he went on to play at many clubs in the Montreal area with Renegade. Then eventually he started working on his own. He has worked at many venues such as V Lounge, Nuvo, Bains Douches, 1234, Rosalie, Havana, Blizarts, Bourbon Street, Le Belmont, Encachette, Suite 701, Fitzroy, Thursdays and The Rialto to name a few. He has held a few residencies the longest being a two year run at Marlowes one of Montreal's trendiest Supper Clubs at the time.He currently is the resident Dj at Brasserie 701 on Saturday evenings (6pm-12am) in the Old Port of Montreal.

In 2012, he joined the More Fyah Radio Show team he was one of the main Djs and Hosts. The More Fyah Radio show is a 2 hour weekly reggae mix show where they highlight reggae artists from Jamaica, Canada and around the globe. Through The More Fyah radio Show, he’s had the pleasure of interviewing artists such as Tarrus Riley, Jah Bouks, Jah Mason, Louie Rankin, Walshy Fire of Black Chiney and Major Lazer to name a few. In 2013, he was invited to be a guest Dj on Soul Perspectives . He served as a co-host and Dj where he delt with topics affecting the black community. He also infused the show with short Dj sets where he got to use the full range of his musical knowledge.

When he is not djing you can find him voicing and producing radio commercials, or working on various recording projects as an audio professional. He continues to bring his career to new heights with his smooth style of mixing his superior ability to read a crowd and his electrifying song selections. Though he is currently more focused on the art of djing, his next step will be to get more seriously involved in music production.

Look out for Dj Serius as he steadily continues to grow and gain recognition in his field. His #1 goal as a Dj is to “uplift people’s spirits with music” and that he does every time he touches the turntables, one event, one mix, and one song at a time.