DJ, producer, promoter, sound and lighting engineer, and music enthusiast, Robert (sometimes also know as DJ Snow) has more than 35 years of experience as a DJ, as well as more than 18 years of experience in broadcasting. Robert is adept at creating both an effective and unique party experience, as well as formulating strategic formats to entertain crowds. He’s rocked stadiums and colleges across the nation from Miami to New York City, sometimes in front of thousands of people and sometimes for small parties and weddings. He started DJing as a young teenager, inspired by local DJs he watched in the parks growing up, and he first started DJing in the club at age 16. Since then, he's DJed everything from Warped Tour to Outkast's album release show for ATLiens. As a former club owner in Jacksonville, he booked consistently sold out shows and hip hop underground events, even booking both Lil Jon and Mase their first stage performances as teenagers.
To say Robert's resume is impressive would be putting it lightly. He's appeared on BET’s Rap City and Luke Campbell’s reality TV show on VH1. Some of of the corporate clients he's DJed for in the past include the NFL, NBA, Royal Caribbean, Norwegian Cruise Line, International Association of Black Professional Firefighters, the Urban League, Black Caucus, NAACP, Numark, Ergo, BB King’s Drummer vs. DJ and Red Bull. He's DJed for Flo Rida, Outkast, Lil Kim, Notorious BIG, Faith Evans, 2 Live Crew, JT Money, 69 Boys, 95 South, Cedric the Entertainer, Patti Labelle, Raheem Davaughn, Scarface, Limp Bizkit, Keith Sweat, DMX, TLC, Method Man, Redman, Dwele, Busta Ryhmes, Juvenile, Trick Daddy, Trina, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and many more. As an audio/lighting engineer, he's worked a broad spectrum of events and artists, from Super Bowl LIII and Super Bowl LIIV, Bruno Mars, Fall Out Boy, Drake, Kenny Chesney, WWE Smack Down, WrestleMania, Cirque du Soleil, Jay Z and Beyoncé, Doobie Brothers, The Rolling Stones, Taylor Swift, Dead & Company, J. Cole, Metallica, and even the Country Music Fest at the NASCAR Daytona 500.
Robert's favorite genres include hip hop, RnB, reggae, old school, EDM, house, top 40, pop, and Latin. While he uses electronic DJ controllers, Robert still prefers the feel of turntables and feeling the records as he mixes. This is more than just an old school love of vinyl as Robert owns more than 150,000 vinyl records from practically every genre. Robert primarily serves Amplify’s Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Orlando locations, but is also available (with a travel fee) to serve Tallahassee and beyond.