It’s not an exaggeration to describe Tittahbyte as a force of nature welling up from within Honolulu’s DJ scene in the past couple years; building bridges from the core of Oahu’s hip-hop artist community to the horizons of bass-heavy future club sound.

Tittahbyte’s love for music digging began at a young age with the music influence of her older brothers. Throughout her school years she would interview and research artists for the newspaper. Constantly turning people onto new music, Honolulu-based DJ Revise suggested she learn how to DJ. With his teachings, she spent some time gaining competency at the craft of music she longed for, and soon enough, Tittahbyte started appearing at small venues.

Her activity in the hip-hop/nightlife entertainment scene has surely made its impact, with multiple openings/closings for prominent artists such as Kehlani, Childish Gambino, Danny Brown, Action Bronson, G-Eazy, Rae Sremmurd, OG Maco, TOKimonsta, Sosupersam, Esta, Mr. Carmack, and more. She is also responsible for the creation of a number of local events promoting the underground music community in Hawaii.

In 2014, she was invited to participate in Bacardi Iron DJ, a compe- tition bringing out Honolulu’s best DJs. She was the first and only fe- male that competed and even made it to the semi-finals. Later in 2015, she was invited to Los Angeles to play at DJ Sosupersam’s R&B party 143 at their 2 year anniversary and now is part of the 143 family.

After successfully opening for local and national acts in some of the hottest venues in town, Tittahbyte is now the resident for Bar35 and The Republik / Safehouse, Honolulu’s main concert venue. Her knack for blending hip-hop, R&B, indie dance, future bass and Top 40 has caught the attention of clients like Honolulu Museum of Art, Addiction, and Hawaii International Film Festival to name a few.

Tittahbyte is building the bridge between underground and main- stream, putting herself and her brand out there for all to see, and pursuing her long love of music no matter where the road takes her.