Everyone knows him as the man behind the Lethal B fronted, 2004 anthem POW/Forward, and since then the Mobo and Urban Music Award winning Dexplicit and his DXP Rexordings label has gone from strength to strength. He has since proved himself to be a massive force on the UK music scene with an amazingly diverse range of production skills from Grime and Dubstep to Bassline and Electro.

A top remixer, Dexplicit was responsible for assisting critically acclaimed XL artist MIA to the top, with his brilliant production on her single Pull up da people. This particular mix reached American shores and made him recognizable to a cult underground scene in New York, where he now DJs playing his unique blend of music. He has also remixed top artists for major labels Sony and Virgin.

Dexplicit started his label DXP recordings, which started in 2005 and has seen a successful string of releases within both the grime and notably the bassline genres.

Dexplicit is Djing to crowds all over the world - Berlin, New York, Sydney and Barcelona to name a few global destinations. He has become a regular in these countries and has formed good alliances with the promoters and various taste makers who are pushing the respective scenes in these territories.

Other remixes include Wideboys top garage hit Sambucca. Also he has produced a number of remixes for Stush, who featured on Groove Armada's 2007 dance hit Get Down.

Dexplicit tracks (Bulla Cake & Lose Control) have been heavily featured on CD compilations released through the major labels and Ministry of Sound, such is the popularity of his musical style.

Such was the popularity and ferocity of the Forward instrumental that US rap mega star JAYZ used it for a freestyle section on his sell out UK tour.

Dexplicit has finished his long awaited album, which is a mix of past and present tracks that many labels are clambering over to sign, on both sides of the Atlantic.

For 2009 Dexplicit is bringing a new sound to his followers, a wild mix of many genres It is certainly having a great effect on clubbers if the early signs are anything to go by. Watch this space !