The San Francisco born native got his start playing in front of audiences with mobile dj group Club 5 Entertainment. At the young age of 15, Les was given the opportunity from legendary DJ, "Jazzy Jim" Archer, to do a guest spot on Wild 94.9's Miki Fiki holiday mix. That big break opened the door for Les to eventually become a Wildstyle DJ blessing the airwaves every weekend.
During his tenure on KYLD, Les began to receive opportunities to DJ in the nightclub circuit all over the bay area. Les maximized the most of his opportunities before he even turned 21 years old. The buzz continued to escalate as more people started to pay attention to his DJ abilities and stage presence.
In 2007, The Les, along with the 600inc DJ's, released the locally beloved bay area mix CD, The Beautiful Hustle. Several years later, The Les collaborated with some of the West Coast's top talent to create the renowned remix album, Beat The System.
Today, The Les is a fixture on 99.7 Now (KMVQ-San Francisco). In addition to rocking the airwaves every weekend, Les also travels throughout the country to play in cities around the country.
The bay area native has also shared the live stage with prominent acts such as DJ Khaled, Timbaland, Swizz Beats, Jermaine Dupri, DJ Mustard, Ryan Leslie, Kid Cudi, The Roots and The Clipse.
In 2015, Les was selected to be a part of the San Francisco 49ers Amp Squad DJ Team to provide beats before and during football games at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara . The following year, Les was selected to DJ for all 32 owners at the annual NFL Owners Gala during Super Bowl Weekend.
Recently, Les collaborated with the popular sports website Bleacher Report, to provide an audio remix for the 2017 NBA kickoff social media post.
The Les' well rounded ability to mix different genres, produce remixes and entertain large audiences, makes him one of the premiere talents in the nightlife entertainment industry today.