Dj International Wigg was born in New York. At a young 8, his father supported his DJ ambitions, by allowing him to play his albums on a daily basis. The albums covered various genres such as Disco, Soul, R&B, Hip Hop, Swing Music, Ballroom, Reggae, Jazz and more. In middle school, Wig and his friends created a DJ Crew called "Black Heart". They would participate in DJ battles and were also booked for parties and clubs. In Addition to Djing His Cousin, Rob Bell And Super Producer Jah Born Started A company Called Galaxy 9 Productions.T he Duo Were The Producers For Eyrak Badu Smash Hit On And On. This was when he really got the first-class taste of production and studio life. By 1997, Dj Wigs had a passion for Audio Engineering. To perfect his craft, he moved to Jamaica to study Audio Engineering, and would soon work at Anchor Recording Studios as an intern. Wigg recorded music for Reggae's Biggest acts such as Elephant Man, Beenie Man, Luciano, and many more. With his quality mixing wigs kept those top acts as clients, and always worked hard to better himself in Audio the engineering field. In 2001, Wigs returned to the U.S. by way of Houston, Tx. He began as a relief DJ for Houston's Dj Sun, and Dj Chill. Shortly afterward, Wigs worked his way up the ranks to begin Djing at some of Houston's top nightclubs, including Pink Monkey, Maxx's, Shadow bar, and Level. Wigs had learned the art of Djing and knew the right songs to play to set the tone at these nightclubs. He would become a regular with the club-owners and local promoters. By 2003, he met MTV's "Making the Band" artist, "Mysterious". He soon became her Dj, as they toured various states as she promoted her upcoming mixtape. During this time, Wigs still worked at his Audio Engineering, and eventually worked in studios again. He was able to work with Rocafella Records & Dipset Records. By 2004, Wigs was hosting mixtapes for some of the top hip-hop acts such as Niki Minaj, Jim Jones, Zane, Bangem Smurf, Sun of G-Unit, Rick Ross, Dice, and 40 Glock. His most notable and breakthrough mixtape, The Rick Ross-assisted, "Feed The Wolves Mixtape ", instantly received a strong online buzz and opened up more opportunities for Wigs to host mixtapes. On a video clip, 50 Cent opened a package containing Dj Wiggs artwork for "Feed The Wolves"Mix Tape. He eventually did mixtapes for well-known acts, as well as aspiring artists. Today, Wigs resides in Miami, Florida. He's still Djing, Is Doing a Series of Mix Tape For Bad boy / MMG Group Artist French Montana Divisions Called Coke Boys South Mix Tape.