has come a long way from his humble Montreal roots. Today, House Music’s “Mixed Tape King” has achieved global reach, and is now a tireless Ambassador of soulful dance music to every corner of the world. In addition to being one of the genre’s most respected Dj’s; Jojoflores is also CEO of Gotsoul Records and founder of the infamous Therapy soirees – now enjoyed in 7 cities worldwide from Cape Town to San Francisco and Toronto. Along the way, he’s found time to open up a club, own a record shop, and produce numerous records and CD’s.
Jojoflores’ reputation for rocking a dance floor has rewarded him with multiple residencies at famed clubs world wide, including New York City’s Cielo; Nikki Beach Miami; Deep in Los Angeles; Lotus in Hawaii; along with venues in Melbourne, Dubai, Brazil, Santorini & Athens. He was voted “Best International DJ” 4 years running by NYC’s Undaground Archives.
His dedication and hard work have also garnered him a corporate client list which includes MAC Cosmetics, Apple, Hugo Boss, Vanity Fair, Puma, Details Magazine, Banana Republic, Cadillac, and The Delano Hotel. He has headlined events with Wyclef Jean, Jody Watley, K-OS, Jazzy Jeff and not to mention he’s become Dsquared’s go-to DJ in Canada.
Jojoflores’ skilled packaging of music & events coupled with his trademark passion, have driven him to stay current. He and Gotsoul have skillfully navigated the digital age and they’re now making an aggressive foray into cyberspace. In September ’09, he launched his very own iPhone app. Also, in an effort to advance the cause of Djs, Artists & the industry in general, Jojoflores was instrumental in the creation of electronic music portal www.UnderOneHouse.com
“We wanted to create a site that artists and fans of our music can connect and share also conduct business. I want to help myself and other Artists enhance and lengthen careers outside of traditional gigging.”
Over the last 25 years Jojoflores has worked his way up from 15 year-old resident to jet-setting icon. Through it all, he has remained steadfastly passionate about both his music and profession. With his transition into the new age of technology, Jojoflores has signaled that he plans to remain relevant and aggressive while still “rocking the dance floor” for audiences the world over.
“Playing music and making people dance is all I ever wanted to do….” -Jojoflores (2001)