DJ SHORTKUTZ is one of the biggest names in nightlife, spinning at some of the most exclusive venues in the world. He is one of New York’s most recognized open format DJs, holding a reputation for bringing the hottest parties and celebrities to any venue he touches.
Shortkutz regularly performs at high-profile fashion, music, & corporate events for well-known brands including Chopard, REDValentino, Saks Fifth Avenue, Ciroc Premium Vodka and Heineken. The likes of Sean Combs, Heidi Klum, Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, 50 Cent, Chris Brown, Jamie Foxx, Leo DiCaprio, Rihanna and JAY Z have all attended his performances. He has been featured on UK’s Channel 5 “Playground of the Rich & Famous”, TMZ, the NY Post’s Page Six, The Daily News, US Weekly and on-air on NYC’s WQHT HOT 97 FM Radio and more!
Truly an international DJ, Shortkutz has spun in South Africa, Dubai, Mexico, Panama, China, Japan, Bahamas and throughout the Caribbean predominantly in the French West Indie Island of St Barths. During his 15-year career, he has been called upon to play in almost every major city throughout the US including Los Angeles, Miami, Houston, Chicago, & Atlanta to name a few.
Known for his contagious energy and ability to hype a crowd, Shortkutz continues to spin at the most exclusive parties weekly as he is the resident DJ for the longest running party in NYC history “TUESDAY BABY TUESDAY” located at NEBULA Nightclub in NYC along with being resident at various Las Vegas nightclubs. Most recently he spun a 9-hour set in St Bart’s for Sean Love Combs NYE yacht party. When he is not all over the US playing for the hottest venues and celebrity parties he resides in Westchester, NY.
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