TV / Music Prod / Event & Other
Huey’s voice has seen him headhunted for several voice over roles, including Drugs, Inc. for Nat Geo on Netflix, brands such as Wagamama’s, Lynx and as part of the 2006 Scarface video game, while his top-ranked podcast, Huey: Off The Record, has hosted Iggy Pop and Ricky Gervais since its launch.
Since 1993, Fun Lovin’ Criminals self-produced their multi-million selling recordings. Huey’s experience in the studio over three-decades combined with serious chops as a musician and arranger, make him the perfect production partner for any artist current or future. In the meantime, please check out Huey’s portfolio of production credits past and present.Listen on SoundCloud
The musical equivalent of the cosmic Big Bang, disco, hip hop and funk collided in an almighty collision in late 70s New York, with call and response choruses sat astride Get Down breaks and fast’n’furious hip hop mixing. It was a truly magical moment, and one that Huey captures perfectly with his funk-loving NYC Block Party.
From Chic to Donna Summer and Kool and the Gang to James Brown via Grandmaster Flash and The Jackson 5 and more recent flavours like Jurassic 5, Cypress Hill and Michael Kiwanuka, Huey’s NYC Block Party is the sound of funk, soul, disco and hip hop jams battling it out on the dancefloor, a riotous celebration of the Good Times.
As The Sugar Hill Gang might have said: ‘Huey will make you throw your hands up in the air like you just don’t care.’Find Out More
For the last 10 years Huey has been bringing the sound of late night NYC to venues and festivals across the UK and Europe.
As well as DJ’ing, Huey hosts two of his own events:
The sound of seventies and eighties NYC dancefloors – From the Cuban heels of Chic, Sylvester and First Choice through to the head spins of Chaka Khan, Evelyn Champagne King and Cameo. It’s disco, funk, bassline driven, fire starters for a dressed up, getting down crowd.
Hueys NYC Block party
From Chic to Donna Summer and Kool and the Gang to James Brown via Grandmaster Flash and The Jackson 5 and more recent flavours like Jurassic 5, Cypress Hill and Snoop, Huey’s NYC Block Party is the sound of funk, soul, disco and hip hop jams battling it out on the dancefloor.