DJ MROK remixed “(Now Y’all Giving Up) Love” for Stetsasonic. Available on maxi-single from SpitSLAM Records and Stetsasonic.com

DJ MROK is spinning classic hip hop live on Sundays at Thingamajiggz VR in the Fox Valley Mall, located in Aurora IL.

DJ MROK created the Hellfire Remixx of Gods & The Dope Fiends for Professor Daddy-O (feat. Ruste Juxx). Available exclusively on Bandcamp.

DJ MROK was interviewed on LEEDZ IG LIVE on 8/20/21.

DJ MROK produced “Escape the Yard” featuring El Da Sensei (Artifacts) and Nord1kOne. Available on limited edition vinyl and cassette. Exclusively on Black Buffalo Records.

“Bro, the beats are fire.” 

El Da Sensei (The Artifacts)

DJ MROK remixed Gun Store Movie by Professor Daddy-O and Indigo Phoenyx.

DJ MROK is featured in the Summer 2021 issue of B-Boy Document.

DJ MROK’s Night of the Living Jeep Beats album is available for streaming, download and limited edition CDs. Exclusively on SpitSLAM Records.

Watch the official music video for “Lyrical Miracle II” feat. Memphis Jelks from DJ MROK’s Night of the Living Jeep Beats album.

Chuck D illustrated DJ MROK as part of the Night of the Living Jeep Beats release.

DJ MROK provided cuts for the B-Boy Remixx of “Teachin’ On” by Blak Madeen feat. Sadat X. Listen here

DJ MROK produced The Octagon with Kool G Rap, The I.M.F., Nord1kOne, Dirty Needles, Hub City and LMT Break. Listen here

“This track is bananas, my G. Love it!” 

— Kool G Rap

DJ MROK created the Wall of Fame Mix for The Good People’s “Everybody in the Place” featuring Large Professor. Available on Bandcamp and Soundcloud

Behind the boards, (DJ MROK’s) sound is organic, talented, tricky and lastly, snappy. The production is always playful, appetizing and satisfying.”

— Underground Hip Hop Blog

DJ MROK is honored to be the Featured Artist in the Fall 2019 issue of Untapped Hip Hop Magazine. Read the article

DJ MROK teamed with rock band The Fold to create the official LEGO Pyro Viper Remix for the hit TV series, Ninjago. Suit up and check it out!

“Your beats and production are crazy. THAT is how hip hop is supposed to sound.” 

— Flatline, Hip Hop Gods Radio