DJ Choc's journey from his humble beginnings in Vosloorus to becoming an iconic figure in the South African music scene is truly inspiring. His roots in music run deep, with his father's nightclub, Dukes Place, serving as the backdrop for his introduction to the world of DJing and vinyl collecting. Over the years, he has carved out a niche for himself with his old-school style, setting him apart from his contemporaries.

IMG_9256-1024x683 (1)
His influence extends beyond the nightclub scene, as he has made his mark on the airwaves and in clubs across the country, with notable appearances on Kaya FM, Metro FM, and YFM. His commitment to vinyl and his extensive collection of over 70,000 records speak to his dedication to preserving the artistry and authenticity of DJing.
In addition to his DJing career, DJ Choc has played a pivotal role in the South African music industry as a producer, writer, and sound engineer. Collaborating with a diverse range of artists, he has contributed to numerous albums, EPs, and singles, showcasing his creative talent and ability to nurture emerging talent under the Chocs Pro Sound Label.
Beyond music, DJ Choc has also ventured into the realm of event production, co-founding the Gig Rig concept with Anchor Auto Body. Together with his wife Sandy, they have worked on various projects for notable companies and organizations, including Vodacom, SAB, and the United Nations. Their work with the Gig Rig has seen them tour with prominent events and organizations, further solidifying DJ Choc's reputation as a multifaceted talent in the entertainment industry.
Beyond his skills on the turntables, DJ Choc has significantly contributed to the South African music industry, working with various artists, writing, and producing for over three decades. His albums, co-written and produced, such as "Chocolate Groove," "We Need Love," "Private Appointment," and "Zion Agreement," stand as testaments to his creative prowess and ability to spot and nurture talent.