Three years into his career, Antix boasts 2 CD albums, 5 tracks on wax and a whopping 100+ digital singles through labels including the legendary “AV8 Records” and the Crooklyn Clan’s “Crack4DJs”. In 2007, he teamed up with DJ Muggs of Cypress Hill to produce a number of tracks for “Mash-Up Radio” on Eminem’s Sirius Satellite Radio station “Shade 45”, a partnership that gained Antix weekly airplay to the stations global audience as well as massive endorsement from the Eminem-owned company itself. Later in the year, Antix became the only DJ in history to have a track chosen by MTV Jams as one of their infamous “Jam of the Week” tracks. This is still the case in 2010. The remix to take the award, “Smack That Shorty” reached 1,000,000 views on YouTube before Akon’s official remix and was later made available as a realsound download from the vast catalogue of ringtone giants Jamster. In May 2008, Antix put pen-to-paper on his record deal with the legendary “AV8 Records”. A short period after, he was an all time best selling artist, and then went on to be a pioneer of the then, brand new section of the label “AV8 Dance”, which he has since released an exclusive catalogue of material through including “When The Anthem Goes Out” and “Show Me Boom Boom Pow” with Fatman Scoop. In 2009 Antix was invited to live and DJ in San Francisco for 3 months. With a career already predominantly based in, and spanning the American market, this move was immediately welcomed with open arms.
In April of the same year, Antix enterted into the MTV UK Video Gallery by simultaneously taking the No. 1 and No. 2 positions. To finish 2009 in perfect stye, Antix’ “Show Me Boom Boom Pow” remix featuring Fatman Scoop moved from being the number 1 downloaded track of the week, to the number 1 downloaded track of the month in a mere 7 days on GigaCrate.com. As a VJ (Video DJ) Antix is fast becoming the industries go-to guy for audio / video remix production. In 2009 alone, Antix was sought out by music industry heads such as Lil Jon, Swizz Beats and Snoop Dogg as well as Hollywood A-listers such as Tyrese Gibson (2 Fast 2 Furious and Transformers 2) to come up with innovative ideas, and in turn, videos for promoting singles, albums and even a comic book release.