Nathaniel Ramta

The Writeup

With a passion for music and all things acoustic, Nathaniel has built a well-known and dynamic reputation as a respected DJ in Toronto, and across the GTA. Hailing from a family where music runs through their veins, Nathaniel’s intuition for mixing lyrics, tempo, vibe and beats, allows him to effortlessly elevate a crowd to a state of foreign euphoria.

Professional, humble and down to earth, nothing stops him from taking his art to a new level. Keeping abreast with local, new and emerging talent, Nathaniel keeps his finger on the pulse. Specializing in hip hop, funk & soul, house, top 40, and retro, he blends a full flavoured array of past, present and future.

His passion and dedication to music over the past 25 years has helped him develop an unbreakable focus and attention to detail; he will spend the time and go the extra mile to ensure premium quality and client satisfaction. From safeguarding high-quality sound to understanding acoustic design for performance spaces, Nathaniel crafts a smooth and superior delivery of music for live performances.
Nathaniel’s expertise and knowledge in providing a company’s or brand’s vision through music, audio and video experience, will undoubtedly continue to attract international and large scale crowds’ attention.

The Shows

The Press

Female Turntablists Represent on DJcityTV’s ‘Cutting Room’

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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…

The Best Electronic Music of 2018

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DJ Booth: A-Trak on the Future of DJing

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Best Hip-Hop Debuts of 2018 (Staff Picks)

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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…