Ali The Producer (Real name: Jamal Myers) has been involved in music ever since he was 10 years old. He first learned from family members how to DJ. He took on the name DJ J-Ball due to a nickname a friend gave him. He then joined his school's band and learned how to play the trumpet. In high school, he decided to stop playing the trumpet and focus more on being a DJ. He did his first party at the age of 18. After this, he could not get enough.
He became a DJ full time where he became one of the top DJs in the New York college scene. He then began working for a company called Parties To Go which was ran by former WKTV DJ, Nicholas Deninno. He did parties for big names like Coca-Cola, Woodcrest Country Club, Georgia Tech University, and the Philadelphia Phillies. He's even worked P. Diddy's world famous White Party in Eastern Long Island.
He left New York for Baltimore, Maryland where he first learned about Baltimore Club Music. He heard big time club artists like DJ Technics, Debonair Samir, Rod Lee, Blaqstarr, DJ Booman, K.W. Griff, and Say Wut. Upon returning to New York, he wanted to learn how to make his own club music and brand it as New York Club Music.
Ali The Producer is the creator of Video Game Club Music and the leader behind Soundcheck Music Group