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DJ Pharris Thomas began his professional career from 1986-89’ at Chicago’s WBMX radio station playing House music. He soon become a favorite among the city’s top club jocks and through his innovative style and diversity he switched gears as his love for hip hop evolved. Throughout the 1990’s he re-launched his radio career playing hip-hop music at Chicago stations, WJPC 950 AM & 106 JAMZ (Geto Boy Radio). During this time he gained national recognition from his production of different mix collaborations for the syndicated Superadio Networks in over 40 markets. Understanding today’s Gen X and Y’ers and one of the industry’s leading trend influencers, DJ Pharris has represented key brands such as Miller MGD, Kool DJ Mix and Pepsi national and local programs. His street creditability allows him to connect with the targeted demographic while being consistent with his first love…”Breaking New Music”. DJ Pharris currently graces the airwaves seven nights a week with his popular nightly mix as well as every morning with his “8:00a.m. I’m loving it mix “on Chicago’s Power 92 (WPWX radio) and ”Real Radio” airing Monday through Friday from 10pm-2am. Since its launch Real Radio is one of the only radio shows in the country that is not musically preprogrammed. With that, Real Radio’s 12:00 hour has the highest rated hour on Power 92. A member of the nationally elite Heavy Hitters DJ Coalition which has some of the top street and Mixshow DJs across the country, Pharris also has a forthcoming album entitled “Hood Music” which will feature Ludacris, Fat Joe, Lil’ Scrappy, Dj Khaled, Paul Wall, Rich Boy, Shawnna, R.Kelly, Fabolous, Lil’ Wayne, Busta Rhymes, Rick Ross, & The Game among others. He carries such prestigious honors as Mixshow Power Summit’s Midwest DJ of the Year, The 1 Voted DJ in Chicago awarded by Chicago’s infamous Truth Hip Hop Awards and Chicago’s DJ Summit’s Isadore Pink (Pinkhouse) Hip Hop Humanitarian Award, Global Mixx 2006 Award Recipient; DJ Pharris is definitely considered Chicago’s Most Valuable Player