DJ Ali Twizt is a Jamaican-born, London-based DJ who has carved a niche for himself in the
international music scene. With a career that began in 2012, DJ Ali Twizt has grown to
become a sought-after DJ in both London and Paris, known for his expertise in Caribbean
and African music.
Born and raised in St Ann’s, Jamaica, DJ Ali Twizt’s passion for music was ignited by his
deep admiration for the Sound System culture. Having experienced the power of musical
selection firsthand, he became fascinated by the ability to captivate and energise a crowd
through the art of music. His journey began with access to his cousin’s extensive music
collection and sound system, which allowed him to explore and experiment with various
genres and styles, ultimately shaping his own unique sound.
DJ Ali Twizt’s professional journey kicked off in London as a member of Dame Du Show, a
musical event production team that celebrates and promotes English, French Caribbean,
and African music. Over the years, he emerged as a trailblazer in the French Caribbean
scene, providing Caribbean diaspora in London and Paris with a taste of home by forging
close connections with tastemakers from the islands.
A regular performer at renowned Caribbean events in Europe, DJ Ali Twizt has made his
mark on stages like the Notting Hill Carnival festival in London and the Caribbean Break
Festival in France. His dedication and love for music have led him to expand his musical
repertoire, making him one of the most sought-after DJs in the Caribbean and African music
In 2017, DJ Ali Twizt showcased his skills on a global stage with his Carnival guest mix for
BBC 1Xtra, further solidifying his reputation as a top DJ in the industry. His talents have also
led to opportunities to perform as a DJ at concerts for prominent artists such as Mackareo,
Stefflon Don, Dadju, and Naza, adding to his impressive list of accomplishments.
From his humble beginnings in Jamaica to conquering the international music stage, DJ Ali
Twizt’s passion and talent have solidified his status as an influential figure in the industry. His
ability to connect with audiences and bring a sense of home to the Caribbean diaspora has
made him a beloved artist, and his career continues to reach new heights.