Cajjmere Wray (aka CCW) is a Canadian producer, DJ and remixer from Toronto. He is known for a variety of his original and remix productions. He has remixed for many major recording artists including: Jennifer Lopez, Rihanna, Esthero, Nelly Furtado, Girlicious, Christina Aguilera, Mariah Carey, Deborah Cox, Oscar G, Melanie C and others. Along with his ongoing studio and touring schedule, Wray also produces a Podcast series available on iTunes titled "Klub Tasty". Each episode features new and upcoming house music as well as artist insight.

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  • Cajjmere Wray (aka CCW) is a Canadian producer, DJ and remixer from Toronto. He is known for a variety of his original and remix productions. He has remixed for many major recording artists including: Jennifer Lopez, Rihanna, Esthero, Nelly Furtado, Girlicious, Christina Aguilera, Mariah Carey, Deborah Cox, Oscar G, Melanie C and others. The late Grammy Award Winning DJ/Producer Peter Rauhofer helped in discovering Wray, by aiding in his burst onto the music scene in 2005, with Wray's remix of the Kobbe & Austin Leeds single, 'Bodyshaker'. This success helped Wray achieve more accomplishments with other remixes on Rauhofer's Star 69 label. His extended works have been made available on various labels including: Island Def Jam, Tommy Boy Records, Universal Music, and Nervous Records (US). In addition to his musical career, Wray also hosted an evening pop/dance music radio show from the Spring of 2007 to early Winter 2010 on a Toronto terrestrial station. His musical works have received support by a variety of celebrity DJs around the globe, and have also been supported on various radio stations. He DJs most frequently at clubs in Toronto and Montreal, but he has also toured internationally to destinations including New York, Mexico, Brazil, Serbia, Italy and others. He has released music under various aliases and pseudonyms including most recently the name 'CCW' for his widely popular remixes of Jennifer Lopez's "On The Floor" ft. Pitbull, Christina Aguilera's "You Lost Me" and Rihanna's "Only Girl (in the world)." In early 2012 he moved away from the mainstream pop world to dig back into his underground house roots. He has since released a few major big room singles including: "In The Night" and "I Love Miami" which was a big success at the 2012 Winter Music Conference in Miami Florida. This sound would meet the likes of many other great progressive artists including Avicii, Alesso, and the Swedish House Mafia. Following these releases, Cajjmere returned to the tribal sound where it all began for him, by releasing his early 2013 single "Tribal Kunt". Along with his ongoing studio and touring schedule, Wray also produces a Podcast series available on iTunes titled "Klub Tasty". Each episode features new and upcoming house music as well as artist insight. (en)
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  • Cajjmere Wray press photo taken during a summer tour in 2014
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  • Cajjmere Wray (aka CCW) is a Canadian producer, DJ and remixer from Toronto. He is known for a variety of his original and remix productions. He has remixed for many major recording artists including: Jennifer Lopez, Rihanna, Esthero, Nelly Furtado, Girlicious, Christina Aguilera, Mariah Carey, Deborah Cox, Oscar G, Melanie C and others. Along with his ongoing studio and touring schedule, Wray also produces a Podcast series available on iTunes titled "Klub Tasty". Each episode features new and upcoming house music as well as artist insight. (en)
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