DJ Dre Dae

Dre Dae blazes Las Vegas with serious heat as one of Sin City's hottest DJs on the scene. Born and raised in Vegas, Dre Dae has moved tracks since the age of eight, hyping family parties with his energizing passion for music. Saturating himself in all genres, he has developed an unforgettable style that's completely his own. It was only a matter of time before this hard-working mixologist grabbed the necessary cred to work his way up the ranks. Starting off on KWID WILD 102's street team, Dre Dae worked his way up to producer and then on-air personality, all the while honing his skills on the turntables at OPM, the Strip’s now defunct hip-hop nightclub.
Dre Dae firmly established his place on the Vegas stage first on KWID WILD 102 FM and then at 98.5 KLUC as a premier DJ, on-air personality and mix show host, where he was known for playing the hottest tracks and interviewing artists from Jada Kiss to Akon, Too Short, Amanda Perez and many more. Dre Dae has put his talents to work for the 2007 NBA All Star Baller’s Ball at OPM and concerts for E-40, Paula Deanna, Omarion, Little Brother, Lupe Fiasco, Baby Bash and Mario Vazquez. His keen ability to capture the pulse of any scene has garnered Dre Dae a reputation that has led to features on DJ Rectangle's Casino Royal Vol. 2 and spots on the Spike network's The Club, BET's Rap City, Access Granted and the pages of Ozone Magazine.

Dre Dae is an exclusive member of CoreDJs, Vegas Heat DJs, West Coast DJs and Producers, and has worked with characters like DJ Rectangle, DJ DWreak, Kid Capri, Funk Master Flex, Young Joc, T-Pain, David Banner, Paul Wall and Sean Kingston. Currently holding it down at Spin Nightclub and on Sirius Hot Jamz 50, Dre Dae scorches the scene with a sound that Las Vegas simply can't get enough of, while the world awaits his inevitable take-over.

Real name
Andre Rhodes
Name orgins
I got it from my boss when I was working for WILD 102 FM. He was a DJ and I was producing the show he DJed on and I was just using Dre for my on air name and he played the song Dre Day, and he said there you go. That's your name.
Current status
Performing locally
Las Vegas
Years spinning
Hip hop, House, Old school, Pop, Top 40
Favorite place to listen
At home listening to Music Choice
Favorite song
"Someone to Love You" by Rough Ends
Favorite place to play
The Orleans Arena
Past gigs
Spin/'08-present; OPM/'04-'07; Vivid '05-'07; Barcode '07
Prince, Michael Jackson, Phil Collins
Sounds like
Unique, Energy when I'm on the mic & great at getting crowd participation
DJ gear
Pioneer CDJs, Pioneer 3000 mixer or Rane, Serato