Whether deck or dinner plate, Tittsworth's insatiable hunger
questionably devours whatever is put in front of him. The
Chinese-American carnivore from Washington D.C. almost immediately leap-frogged from local favorite to international DJ headliner, quickly taking part in mammoth festivals such as the annual 40,000 person Good Vibrations Festival (with Kanye West, Cypress Hill, The Rapture) and Electron Festival in Geneva (Boy 8-Bit, Jack Beats, A-Trak). He regularly plays alongside industry heavyweights like Moby and Benny Benassi and recently headlined his own Scion national tour.
As a producer, Tittsworth fields remix offers from artists and labels
as varied as his appetite. Artists such as disco legend Grace Jones, DNB front runner Subfocus, and Steve Aoki; labels like Ministry of Sound and Interscope Records. Kid Sister and Fatboy Slim both chart his material and Radio One regularly plays his tunes. Pitbull and Nina Sky both made appearances on his 2008 debut album 12 Steps (released on Stretch Armstrong’s Plant Music), critically acclaimed by Billboard, DJ Mag, and URB. Currently working on album number two, Tittsworth’s studio time is shared with the likes of Q-Tip and Maluca.
Musically inclined and business minded, Tittsworth established his own record label T&A (with DJ Ayres) in 2006. Last year, Tittsworth expanded his business interests even further and opened U Street Music Hall, a world-class night club with an ever-present line for sold-out shows. Called the “Fabric of the US” by DJ Craze, U Hall boasts a sound system to rattle not just ears but eyeballs
Tittsworth is not only known for his talent in music and commerce, but also by his amazing palette for strange foods. His favorite and most memorable dish is live octopus. Tittsworth has harnessed the powers of these mighty sea beasts for the good of humanity, and consumes them one at a time... ALIVE (youtube.com/watch?v=QyjzIFNbn20)