DJ Enuff was raised in Brooklyn, New York. Knowing early on that he wanted to be a DJ, he started doing local house parties and clubs where he caught the ear of DJ Red Alert who in turn asked him to fill in for him on 98.7 KISS FM. Enuff became part of the KISS FM family from 1993 to 1994 and became part of "The Bomb Squad Mix Show" Crew(The Native One, DJ Enuff, DJ Ace, Supernatural the Freestyle Fanatic) which was on Live 10pm-Midnight from Mon-Friday and was Hosted By The N.O. aka "The Native One." Enuff would DJ the show on Monday and Wednesday nights from 10pm to midnight with The N.O. as host (SuperNat would also Appear on Weds). The show crushed for about a year until the station was bought by Emmis Communications in 1994 and changed formats.
During his time at KISS FM, Enuff decided to return to deejaying local parties, and it was during this time that an up-and-coming rapper from Brooklyn named The Notorious B.I.G aka Biggie Smalls heard about him. Enuff was asked by Puff Daddy aka Diddy to become Biggie's road DJ. Touring with the Notorious BIG was an especially memorable experience for DJ Enuff. After B.I.G's death, Enuff took a break from music and hip hop, returning a short while later.
DJ Enuff was spinning for Queen Pen when Pen got DJ Enuff onstage at the HOT 97 Summer Jam 1998 concert. Programming Director of HOT 97 at the time, Tracey Cloherty, invited Enuff to be on the station and he accepted. Officially hired on August 24, 1998, Enuff commanded the 8am "Traffic Jam" on "The Ed Lover Morning Show" and "The Star and Buckwild Morning Show" from 1998 to 2000. He also had his own show called "The Midnight Run" on Saturday nights from 12am to 4am. "The Midnight Run" was on air for about two years. In 2000 DJ Enuff joined "The Angie Martinez Show" and both have been on air together since. DJ Enuff mixes during Angie's show from 4pm to 6pm. His show is called "The Rush Hour". At the end of 2009, his show was extended an additional 60 minutes, now running from 4:00pm to 6:00pm.
Enuff became a part of The Flip Squad All-Star DJs, eight of New York City's most respected DJs: Funkmaster Flex, Biz Markie, "BounceMasta" Doo Wop, Big Kap, DJ Enuff, Mister Cee, Frankie Cutlass, DJ Riz, Cipha Sounds and Mark Ronson. Their self-titled debut LP was released on MCA in late 1998. They disbanded around this time however; Funkmaster Flex started his own crew called the Big Dawg Pitbulls, while DJ Enuff created his own crew, named the Heavy Hitters.[5] DJ Enuff initiated the DJ crew in called the Heavy Hitters. The mission of the Heavy Hitters is to unite DJ’s across the country and abroad, helping to launch careers from DJ’s to artists and spread the versatility of music. Today there are over 30 members nationwide from New York to Los Angeles. These DJ’s are proficient in all genres and can be found on TV, radio and online


01. 2 & Pass
02. 4 My R&B Bitch
03. Adobo (Flava)
04. All You Need
05. All You Need Pt. 2
06. Big Man On The Beach
07. Big Man On The Beach Pt. 2
08. Brooklyn's Best V1
09. Don't Get It Twisted Fall '96
10. Emotions From Behind Pt. 1
11. Emotions From Behind Pt. 2
12. Heavy Handed
13. Hittin' Heavy Pt. 1
14. Hittin' Heavy Pt. 2
15. Hittin' Heavy Pt. 3
16. Millennium Allstars
17. Old School Pt. 2
18. Party Groove II
19. Planet BK
20. Spring '96 Flavor Sample
21. The Premier Collection
22. Underground Hip Hop 3
23. When DJ's Strike