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Andre White a.k.a. DJ Dre Day has been around music his whole life. Born in the 60’s and growing up in the 70’s, he was a direct product of the Motown music era. Exposed to all kinds of music, it was only natural that he would become a musician, playing lead and bass guitar and his favorite instrument, the drums. It wasn’t until high school that he would pick up the hobby of Djing. He, along with his high school buddy Travis would join forces and dubbed themselves the Twins Of Spin, taking a line from a then famous song by Dr.Jekyll & Mr. Hyde called “Genius Rap”. They were known around the way for rocking High School dances and local parties. His early DJ influences were Grandmaster Flash and Jam Master Jay. And he was later influenced by DJ Jazzy Jeff, who till this day, is his all time favorite. He would stop DJing around ’86, but the love for it was still in his heart as he would help and teach some of the younger guys in the the hood the art. One of which is still Djing professionally today, his little brother DJ Ju. Although he would stop DJing, he would still be involved in music in some capacity, playing drums, making beats, doing production and engineering work at Masterwerks Studio under the tutelage of studio owner “EQ”. It was there where he would meet a host of Cleveland music legends including Regime Squad founder DJ Centipede. He would eventually follow another of his passions of cutting hair and become a professional barber in the’93. His livelyhood till this day. His love for music and the art of Djing would lead him back to it in ’08. In that span, he has gained a solid following and continues to be blessed and busy with work. His initial mixtape entitled “Don’t Call It A Comeback” continues to be a fan favorite and hot seller. It was tracked by fellow Regime Squad member DJ El Dog, whom he formed a great friendship which led to a collaboration entitled “Old Skool Kollabo”, which is also a fan favorite. He takes extreme pride in his craft and loves knowing that when the crowd is rocking, it’s because if him.