His destiny is written in his name, Rudeejay. A passion for Dance music burst out of the blue in the summer of 1998, at the age of 12. Carrying around a cd of the first mixed compilation - the Deejay Parade by Albertino, without ever thinking that one day Albertino would broadcast “his” music on the most famous radio show production, Deejay Time. He started playing songs for his friends to dance to at private parties, creating a spontaneous tam tam that in a few years would see Rudeejay perform in the most popular clubs in Bologna (Capannina, Chalet delle Rose, Matis, Ruvido). He first received calls to be deejay “resident” and “guest” at the top clubs in the city, then he extended around the region and continued to grow.Since 2005 Rudeejay continuously performed as deejay at Papeete, a brand destined to follow him wherever he traveled, which began on the beach of Milano Marittima the night of mid-August 2006, in which 30.000 people danced to his music. Then he traveled all around Italy, performing at the most famous clubs between Rome (Vogue) and Milan (The Club), moving to Florence (Central) and Versilia (Bussola), running down the sea coast from Rimini (Altromondo) and Riccione (Byblos) to Porto Recanati (Babaloo), then passing through Costa Smeralda (Phi Beach) to Cortina d’Ampezzo (Belvedere) and Madonna di Campiglio (Des Alpes). He reached the top performing at the world renowned temple of Xueño on the isle of Formentera for two summers in a row. And just in a few years he became the youngest and most popular deejay out of the elite of national rising stars.The next turning point came naturally, with Rudeejay deciding to become a discography producer: the project ‘Omonimo’ was born in 2008 with the first single “Wanna B Like A Man” featuring Simone Jay, that was successful enough to be found on the legendary compilation Hit Mania Estate 2008. In 2009 he continued on with the same success with ‘E.P.’ including “Two”, which became the made in Italy 12” best seller of the summer, and 2nd in the overall ranking behind David Guetta. Rudeejay was then winner as “Best Italian Producer” at the NightStar Awards 2009, and one year later it was time for the first “single” directly signed as ‘Rudeejay’, “Follow Your Heart”, setting new records in discography and finding itself on more than 20 compilations.His work at the recording studio brought Rudeejay such emotions as when performing on the console: his remix of Bob Sinclar’s “Sound Of Freedom” even got the approval by the French record company. Then soon he heard his version of Gambafreaks “Natural Woman” broadcast by Albertino on Deejay Time and he felt a flashback - like a dream come true. He would soon have the same feelings while listening to his other remixes, more than 50 in three years, like Deal “Shine” and Martin Solveig & Dragonette “Hello”, each time with great success with both crowds and sales, and so at just 25 years of age (born on March 30th 1986) Rudeejay achieved incredible fame.The enormity of his fame is portrayed through the thousands of followers on social networks and millions of views of his “bootlegs” of the world greatest hits, from Eminem feat. Rihanna “Love The Way You Lie” (580.000) to The Black Eyed Peas “The Time (Dirty Bit)” (430.000). Above all, the fame of millions of boys and girls dancing over the years to music by Rudeejay. Reaching the top on January 29th 2011, as the only deejay opening the Italian gig of Bob Sinclar at Chalet delle Rose in Bologna, performing together on the console where he began his journey eight years ago. When he couldn’t have even dreamt such a destiny as the one written in his name.