Born Jeremy Salter to a Caucasian mother and African American father. Beyond Djing at local clubs and parties, DJ Salt established his name first as a Music Producer and Audio Engineer.
His roots run deep in music as his father was a keyboard player and drummer in his local church and Salt did as well..
The passion never left as when he got older he grew more interested in Hip Hop Music Production.
He states..” The Beats are what got me interested in Hip Hop. The first Dr. Dre ” The Chronic” was the album that made me wanna make beats in the 4th grade. Micheal Jacksons’ album Dangerous changed my perspective of music as well”
Now his Craft is perfected and he is ready to express to the world his God given talents
DJ SALT says…” I have studied the muisc game and all it’s players for years.. The best producers in history were DJs at some point.
DJ Salt is a Member of Hot Mess Music a vanity label of different artists and fellow producers
Their first body of work together features a collaboration with the best recording artists from their hometown in Pennsylvania called
“AUDIO KRACK VOL.1”
in 2015, Salt decided to drop his own Instrumental album entitled “Flavanoids Vol. 1” The album is stream only on all popular platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, and Google Play.
You can check out the Hot Mess band page or visit http://www.hotmessbeats.com to hear some instrumentals that are competing with today’s music producers
Also check out artists like Hectic, C.Brown, Action Davis, Shai Boogie, P.A DRE, Zeek Diamond, Heresy, William Wyes, R-Stylez, Ada Tate,Matty Malone, Chelsea Rochae and R Dot Sanders for some of his Mixing and Production skills.
As of 2016 DJ Salt decided to launch his own app, on his birthday, to get his music directly to fans and artists. The app is called “Record My Song”. It’s features include Salts catalog of instrumentals, a song recording section where singers and songwriters can record demos to Salts beats, A writing pad section to store written songs and a share demo section where users can share their recorded demo to their social media sites.
Salt says, ” It was the best move I could have made to get my music directly to fans and artists. If one day Soundcloud, Spotify, and others decide to start charging to upload music I will be safe. The app is growing and updates are regularly coming out to make it better”.
Whether its making beats, directing music videos, developing apps, running his label Hot Mess Production or DJing at parties and clubs, DJ Salt is on a clear path of Entrepreneurialship.