Native floridian DAVIE-D started his career as a DJ/Producer back in 1988 as a skating rink DJ spinning "FREESTYLE/DANCE", "CLUB", "TOP 40", "MIAMI BOOTY/BASS", and "HIP-HOP" music.

In 1991, he moved to Orlando to take his career to it's next plateau. He teamed up with his good friend and mentor... Miami's legendary "DJ LAZ" AKA "THE PIMP WITH THE LIMP" AKA "THE KING OF BASS", and life-long friend DJ NITO (of Miami) spinning "MIAMI BOOTY/BASS" and "HIP-HOP" at some of Orlando's premier nightclubs like "DEKKO'S" (known today as "TABU"), ZUMA BEACH, J.J. WHISPERS, THE EMBASSY, VISAGE, INFINITY, THE MILL (UCF), THE FRAT HOUSE, HEADLIGHTS, THE 4TH FIGHTER GROUP, INTERNATIONAL REGGAE CLUB, HEROES, CLUB DIAMONDS, VOLCANO'S AND ROXY'S.

With his skills and popularity, Davie was quickly picked up by 102 JAMZ FM and became the radio station's "All Ages Bass Invasion" DJ co-hosted by radio personality/ BARTELL BARTELL (RIP). For over four years he rocked the "teen" clubs in the Central Florida area as well as many of the adult/college clubs that 102 JAMZ hosted. He was a regular guest DJ on THE THUNDERSTORM" a mix show hosted by the twin DJs "TWICE AS NICE aka BABALU BAD BOYS (Richie Rich and DJ Ray)" Monday through Friday from 10pm-12am which gave Davie even more exposure. To club enthusiasts, Davie-D seemed to be the next Magic Mike and many still think this today.

In 1995, Davie expanded his horizons even further. After being introduced to the underground scene and it's electronic sound, he quickly went from spinning "HIP-HOP" and "BOOTY BASS" music to spinning "FUNKY", "ELECTRO", "BREAKS". Combining his unique scratching and "HIP-HOP" style with his flawless mixing skills, he picked up residencies at historic clubs such as ULTRAVIOLET (UV)/ORLANDO, CAFE 11/ORLANDO, ERIC'S DOWNTOWN CAFE/ORLANDO, CLASS BREAKS/UCF, KNIGHT LIBRARY/UCF, SPLASH/ORLANDO, SOL-RAYS/DAYTONA, CYBERZONE/ORLANDO, CALICO JACK'S/UCF, LATE NITE LIBRARY/TALLAHASSEE, THE CLUB @ FIRESTONE/ORLANDO, SKINNY'S/ORLANDO, ALPHA BAR/ORLANDO, MIMOSA/ORLANDO, THEE GROTTO/ORLANDO, ELI'S CRIBB/ORLANDO, AKA LOUNGE/ORLANDO, ANNIE'S BAR/ORLANDO, VOLUME/ORLANDO, THE UNDERGROUND/TAMPA, SIN/YBOR CITY, PASSION/YBOR CITY, FUSION/ORLANDO, BLUE ROOM/ORLANDO and VINTAGE/ORLANDO (just to name a few) where he's spun alongside DJs/friends such as: Icey, Huda Hudia, Baby Anne, AK1200, Daisy, D-Xtreme, Keoki, Friction & Spice, Chris Domingo, Dave Trance, Chang, Kimball Collins, Josh Wink, Andy Hughes, Rob-E, Monk, DJ Sandy, Stylus, Fixx, Brad Smith, Rich Rosario, Funk Lab, Mike-B, Debbie-D, George Acosta, R-Fresh, and the list goes on and on.

Davie's cuts and scratches have been showcased on many releases starting with his first release "Drop The Boom" on Tweak Records and "The Herbal Crew EP (T.H.C.)" which was a collaboration with the late DJ Hip-E (Brandon Smith) and Steve Cook. His scratches can also be recognized on DJ J-Break's 2000 release "C'mon And Touch Me" from "The Homegrown Breaks EP" which was played in heavy rotation in mix-shows on Party 95.3FM in Orlando, Florida. Davie is also part of OVEN FRESH RECORDS/DNF MUSIC (D-Lerium, and DJ Faze). He did the cuts and scratches on "I'm On It (Scratch n' Sniff Remix)", Mike and Charlie's 2006 remix of "Chunky Love", and OFR's '07 remix of "I Feel This Way" by Groovkids. All tracks are club/crowd favorites and are played on radio mix-shows across the nation.

To this day, Davie-D is still rockin' the decks throughout the U.S. with his intense bassed-out sets sharing the spotlight with DJs/artists such as Icey, Stanton Warriors, Deekline & Wizard, DJ Rap, DJ Craze, Donald Glaude, Krafty Kutz, Uberzone, Baby Anne, and Jackal & Hyde. Davie-D, a name that EVERYONE knows...and RESPECTS, is guaranteed to not only pack the dancefloor, but the whole club which is why he continues to be a favorite amongst promoters!