In 2007, Rusko screamed for the world to wake the f**k up, and it did. On the shoulders of this innovator, Dubstep skyrocketed onto the global stage. Like a surfer catching the perfect wave, Rusko rode hard, played hard and banged out hit after hit of knee quaking bass nectar.
One of the rare ones in this world, Rusko’s mere presence screams freedom. His loudmouth opinion on drugs fueled the fire of public debate on the validity of current laws. He smashed out hits like “Cockney Thug” and tore shreds through remixes from Kid Sister to Kid Cudi. He didn’t just stretch the boundaries of dubstep; he broke the mold.
In a world full of consumers and wannabe creators, there are so few that have what it takes to thread together our modern society with their creations that define our existence. Even fewer have the ability to steer the ship towards a deeper, freer tomorrow. Whether he is the face on the stage, the ghost in the machine or the magician making reality just a touch more questionable for his generation, Rusko is one of them.