Born and raised in Newark, New Jersey, DJ Symphony started deejaying at age 9 when his older brothers requested him to be the DJ for their rap group New Poet Society. He played local parties in the New Jersey area and was mentored in the craft by the late DJ Kashief, who was also a popular deejay in the New Jersey area at the time. DJ Symphony started making mixtapes by age 12, and used whatever money he made selling mixtapes to help him buy more vinyl records. DJ Symphony began his professional career in 1995 deejaying in nightclubs, restaurants, colleges and block parties in the New Jersey and New York area.
Became a radio DJ for 103.3 WPRB in Princeton, New Jersey in 1996 and ran a weekly program called Vibes and Vapours. In 1997, he also started to deejay for Rutgers University and did their Black Madness events. Although DJ Symphony devoted most of his time from 2000 and onward to tour deejayng for numerous artists, he returned to radio in 2007 and worked for 102.5 KSFM in Sacramento, California as a mix show DJ for the show Club 102 which aired from 12am-2am every weekend until 2009. In 2010, DJ Symphony became the Program Director for Radio Invasion 93.1FM a clear channel radio station.
In 2000, DJ Symphony was introduced to the Wu-Tang Clan through Raekwon. He started doing shows as Raekwon’s tour DJ and in the years to come, he became one of the official tour DJ’s for the Wu-Tang Clan, the other DJs being DJ Mathematics, DJ Dice and DJ Saki. DJ Symphony has toured with the Wu-Tang Clan on both domestic and international tours. DJ Symphony was the official DJ for Raekwon from 2006-2013 and worked with Raekwon’s label ICEH2O Records from 2006-2010. DJ Symphony also worked with Ghostface Killah on his Wu-Block Tour from 2010-2013. Since 2014, DJ Symphony has worked as the official tour DJ for GZA.