Dre Ngozi

The Writeup

Dre Ngozi is a Toronto-based DJ and multidisciplinary artist.

She can be found playing eclectic DJ sets at some of Toronto’s most live parties like; YesYesYall, Baregyal, Dudebox and High Power.  

With roots in the Caribbean and West Africa, Dre’s musical tastes span the globe and she uses her influences to tell sonic stories, by seamlessly journeying from hip-hop, island riddims and afro-vibes to global house and electronic frequencies.

Her unique music curation has lead her to features on and in:

  • Boiler Room TV, Radar Radio LDN, Noisey.  
  • Flare Magazine, The Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star,
    NOW Magazine.      

She’s headlined for major events like Cavalcade of Lights, TIFF Boombox, AGO Massive, Manifesto Festival; opened for artists like Majid Jordan, Teyana Taylor and The Internet, provided memorable sets at notable events like, Redbull Sound Select, NXNE, Friday Night Live at the ROM, Evolve Festival (NB) and Skratch Bastid’s BBQ; and has rocked the decks alongside heavy-hitters like A Tribe Called Red, Vashtie and DJ Premier, to name a few.

Dre Ngozi b2b Nino Brown Boiler Room x Budweiser Toronto DJ Set

The Music

The Shows

The Press

DJ City – R.O.A.D. Podcast’: Are Clubs Booking Twitch DJs?

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Diplo and Mark Ronson‘s duo Silk City has released three tracks since it debuted in May. Now, the duo returns with arguably their strongest single…

Noisey – How to Become a Millionaire By Streaming Music on Spotify

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We asked some random people about the last album they listened to all the way through, and where the 'long-player' format even fits into their…

DJ Booth – From DJ to A&R: Tay James’ Guide to Making an Impact

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We asked some random people about the last album they listened to all the way through, and where the 'long-player' format even fits into their…

COMPLEX – Twitter Connects With Billboard to Create ‘Hot Trending’ Music Chart

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Remember all the fuss when your favourite artist released a new album back in the olden days? Before everyone had that one Spotify Premium shared…