TrYb is an international DJ and producer who was born and raised in North London. TrYb started her career playing numerous music showcases, birthday parties and bars across London and has developed a large library of music spanning several different genres. TrYb made a name for herself in Canterbury, Kent after starting an old school hip-hop night called ‘Back 2 Basics’ which gained notoriety not only for its long lines and packed dance floor but for the endless anthems played. Since then TrYb has played international guest sets and held residencies in Kos (Greece), Milan (Italy), La Paz (Bolivia) Amsterdam (Holland) and some of London’s most iconic venues including: Scala, Jazz Cafe, Sound and Proud. TrYb co-produced the Master the Word radio documentary for Radio King in 2014 and was a host & DJ for both The Lyrically Challenged show on This Is Westside (89.6FM) and The Totem Bass Show on Reel Rebel Digital Radio. Playing seamlessly across genres, her infectious stage presence and instinctive ability to read a crowd will leave you dancing irresponsibly. TrYb has recently returned from causing waves on the P&O’s Pacific Jewel Cruise Ship and had the honour of closing the women’s stage at Pride in London 2015. She currently holds residency at both East London's 333 Mother Bar and the Macbeth.