Ryan “DJ Scooter” Williard shares the same passion for making music as he does for playing it. From the young age of 14, Scooter began to teach himself the art of music production & to craft a unique style of creating remixes for his sets. His talent made waves in the deejay community & in 2005 he was asked to join the ranks of the most prestigious DJ remix website on the web at the time - crooklynclan.net He was one of the top selling featured remix artist on the site until joining direct music service in 2015. Scooter’s remixes are played by deejays all over the U.S. & abroad. Notable artists that support tracks scooter has produced include LilJohn, Diploids, Chainsmokers, Dillion Francis, Krewella, Jazzy Jeff, Vice & Z Trip.
In 2010 Scooter’s Reggae remix of “Rude Boy” by Rihanna was signed by Def Jam Record Label as an official remix & placed in steady rotation at many radio stations including Miami’s #1 Hip-hop station. Scooter is consistently putting out tracks that not only regular DJs are using but international & celebrity DJs as well. In August of 2013 he released a remix of Miley Cyrus’ song “We Can’t Stop” which featured Jay-Z. Not only did that remix become the most preferred version of the song on US radio across the nation Miley herself used a portion of it for her now infamous 2013 MTV Video Music Awards performance. Scooter also crafted an edit for Beyonce’s “Formation” personally approved by her, on Sony Records, for the compilation album BBC’s “Annie Mac Presents 2016”. Other major remix releases included Pharrell “Happy”, Magic! “Rude”, Beyonce Ft. Jay-Z “Drunk in Love”, Taylor Swift “Share it Off”, “Cheerleader” Omi, “Really Don’t Care” Demi Lovato. In 2019 Scooter had a remix go viral thanks to Shaq dancing to it on his Instagram & Dillion Francis playing it at EDC Vegas Mainstage. Scooter continues to innovate & create custom audio & visual content on a weekly basis.