His DJ career, that began in 1994 in the humble studios of a West London pirate radio, began its bloom towards the end of the nineties, taking him to hundreds of venues across five continents, including some of the worlds most well respected clubs including Fabric (London), Pacha (Buenos Aires), Stereo (Montreal), Crystal (Istanbul), The End (London), and playing to crowds of up to 20,000 people. Having been dubbed a "new school hero" by Muzik in 1998, "Producer for 2000" by Mixmag, and a "DJ for 2000" in The Face; a "Best Compilation of 2003" in M8, his distinctive sound has consistently won him support from the industry's leading music publications and Dj's alike. Over the years his work has won the avid support of jocks as diverse as: Danny Tenaglia, DJ Heather, Terry Francis, Tom Middleton, Adam Freeland, Gilles Peterson, Fred Everything, Danny Howells, Desyn Massiello, Mr. C, Rennie Pilgrem, Joshua Iz and seemingly countless others. As a remixer he has laid his magic slant laid on artists such as the old-skool hip-hop pioneer Kurtis Blow, the legendary Miami house outfit The Fog, NYC kings of vocal House Blaze, the ever ubiquitous Mr. C, Sheffield's Swag and many, many others. The credentials, including three mix CDs and countless compilation licenses are just too long to be mentioned here! Having recently confirmed residencies in Los Angeles and Bulgaria, Asad's DJ schedule is getting no less busy, and with a string of new releases, a new mix CD and one or two suprises lined up for the rest of 2006, Asad is set for a very busy year this year.