DJ Prinz started out his career in the mid 90’s and soon became resident deejay at the infamous Belgian house club Café d’Anvers. At the speed of light he built up an array of fans, addicted to his style of music, a mixture of deep house and techno, following their house messiah to all corners of the country. This phenomenon didn’t go unnoticed to promoters galore and in a flashlight Prinz landed gigs at diverse locations in Europe. The trendy Amsterdam lounge bar Supperclub went out of their way to have Prinz bring in a few tunes for their renowned compilations and for superstar deejays Josh Wink or Riccardo Villalobos, he is the ideal support to open up their Belgian sets. In the mean time, this colourful and loving character has put himself on the map of the international dance scene, even as far as the Middle East. A deejay, highly in demand in places as diverse as Moscou and St Petersburg, but also a regular guest in Macedonia, Kazachstan,Dubai or Georgia. Nonetheless, our surrounding countries close DJ Prinz firmly in their arms with his contagious mix of house music, minimal and tech house. Dance Valley, the biggest outdoor dance event in Holland, has invited Prinz the last three year back to back and for the eccentric parties organized by Germany’s Partysan, he has hosted events in Thailand, Turkey and Austria. Always keeping the groove alive, Prinz has also put a firm stamp on Antwerp nightlife with his, now high profile parties Free Vibes, an innovative and fresh breeze in the Belgian club scene, and Push It, celebrating its 4th birthday. A party unrivalled by all others in the Belgian house scene. 2006 saw the release of his ‘Dramatic’ EP on Punk’Id Records, with the support of Californian house god John Aquaviva. And now in 2009 DJ Prinz start his own label Push It Records. Hopefully, after that, we will still get to see this shining star of house music in his home country, because from that gig on, the sky will definitely be the limit for this positive and colourful deejay.