“I’m Rogue Ninja of the Sound Village, and, if I was a RPG character, I’d probably be a healing mage. Everything is inspiration to me and every situation is a lesson for me.” - DJ N.Harmonix
A graduate of Lovejoy High School (Illinois) and Savannah State University (an HBCU in Georgia), DJ N.Harmonix cultivated his love of music at young age. It wasn't until his late teens that he began digging deeper into his skills and decided whether he wanted to make beats or write lyrics. He chose to explore both.
DJ N.Harmonix is his music moniker while he's known as Duke Laron when he switches into his lyrical beast mode. These two entities have appeared out front and behind the scenes on several projects including those for fellow college alumn and Bonzeye Production comrade Wes Lee The Wordsmith (N. Harmonix is found on dozens of production credits including "COPE Deluxe" and "To Whom It May Benefit" released by Wes Lee in 2021 and 2022).
DJ N. Harmonix has released two beat-based albums: "Hello There" (2021) and "39 Floors and Counting" (2022). He's currently preparing for the release of his next solo album and projects with the Bonzeye Productions Collective. The projects highlight and represent both sides of his personality and skill set. Stay tuned for this evolution.
EARMILK (Review of "Ripples" on June 2, 2021):
"Interesting song premise and lyrics, vivid and reflective..."
AMOJI MUSIC (Review of "Ripples" on June 3, 2021):
"Really nice sound!"
ARTIESKI MUSIK (Review of "Ripples" on June 3, 2021):
"I listened to this song and I like it. This song is so different and cool. Lyrics and voices on this song are beautiful and harmonious with rhythm."
CLOVR RECORDS (Review of "Ripples" on June 4, 2021):
"Really sweet track with a nice vibe and solid production."
BIZARRELAND (Review of "Ripples" on June 4, 2021):
" I listened to the track and think the quality is really nice, interesting staging and proposal, the rhythm keeps the melody on different vibes and the voice accompanies so well with the idea."