NahPro Entertainment

A Boutique Nashville Booking Agency Specializing In Live Entertainment Nationwide

Booking Agency Specializing In Artist Management, Talent Buying, and Booking


Strizzo aka Jamal Lyles, The DJ turned Artist/ Producer (Team Jook City/ Jook City Dj's) began his journey to the recording industry as a DJ back in 1996. Breaking records djing house parties, gym parties, wedding receptions and more then started breaking music in clubs for all the major record labels. Having a pulse on the industry through the ever changing style has groomed him for this next phase of his career.

Years later Strizzo is soaring to the top of his game. He has found himself featured at events all over the country. Some of his work has allowed him to visit San Francisco, New York, North Carolina, Nashville, Cleveland, Houston, Minnesota, Mississippi, Atlanta, Las Vegas and all over his home state of Florida. While still DJing with shows on Clear Channel's 95.7 the beat station, he has been a guest DJ for Numark (NAMM show), DMC Competition, Mobile Beat, SPACED-OUT television show, Music & Internet Show (NYC), Red Bull Proline Skate Detour (featuring Tony Hawk-aired on ESPN X Games), Mix Show Power Summit (Miami) and several college homecomings events. He was also listed on the 2005 Seagrams Gin Tour. In addition, Strizzo, has shared the stage with various household name artist & entertainers.

In 2006 Strizzo formally linked up with Tampa Bay super producer & Dj, Lil Kee, and formed the dj coalition Jook City Dj's while both were dj's at once Tampa hot spot Club 112. The Jook City name quickly became a brand & thru dealing with rough business deals Strizzo decided to officially join with Lil Kee's Keezone Productions and has been an unstoppable force ever since.


With a huge underground buzz in the clubs,streets, and the college scene with such hits as Low Lowww, Sweat, & Bootlegg (Burn My S**t) accompanied with radio collaboration hits Shawty- I Made It Rain & Lil Kee's top chart hit Buss It Wide Open Strizzo is ready to take the movement which was once considered by critics "just local" worldwide.