Renowned DJ and Radio Presenter, Steve Sutherland Dies

Popular United Kingdom Disk Jockey, DJ Steve Sutherland has passed away. Steve Sutherland was reported to have died today July 10 2020. His cause of death or what killed him is not yet known to the public.

Steve Sutherland who is also a radio presenter, Voiceover artist and television presenter produces music in various genres, including R&B Hip Hop, 2 step vocals, 4×4, and grime.

He is one of Britain’s most successful Urban DJ’s

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Few Things You Need To Know About Steve Sutherland

Steve Sutherland is a popuar United Kingdom club DJ, radio presenter, voiceover artist, and television presenter.

He is done much work in clubs and radio shows within the Urban genre.

He has released 12 ‘live’ studio albums, 7 of which have reached the Top 40 compilation charts in the UK. Sutherland has won four MOBO Awards.

In 2000 Steve Sutherland was voted winner of the “Best Club DJ” at the MOBO Awards in London. In 2002 Steve Sutherland was voted winner of the “Best Club & Radio DJ” at the MOBO Awards in London.

In 2004 Steve Sutherland was voted winner of the “Best Club DJ” at the MOBO Awards in London. In 2006 Steve Sutherland was voted winner of the “Best Club & Radio DJ” at the MOBO Awards in London

Nominations include ‘Best DJ 2001′, Best Club DJ 2003’, ‘Best Radio DJ 2003’, ‘Best DJ 2005’, ‘Best Club DJ 2007′, Best Radio DJ 2007’, ‘Best DJ 2008’, ‘Best Club DJ 2009’, Best Radio DJ 2009. Steve Sutherland has also received multiple nominations within the music industry genre.

Sutherland is one of Britain’s most successful Urban DJ’s. His career has spanned over ten years after being made resident of the Twice As Nice club brand.