Helena Ellis, also known as ‘Sydney’s Queen of the Decks’ by her peers has forged a reputation in the Australian club scene as Australia’s number one urban female DJ.
Her quick and continuous rise to the top is a testament to her unique talent and sound, and her skills are in demand from both radio broadcasters, and visiting international acts alike. Helena Ellis is currently the only female DJ on Australian radio show Club Edge, on The Edge 96.1, holding down a weekly residency on Friday and Saturday nights.
Currently she co-hosts on Australia’s number one digital radio station, The Edge 96.1FM, on the nightly evening hip hop show K-Sera & The Dirty Dozen.
She has also supported an impressive suite of international acts including Nelly, Bone Thugs & Harmony, Lupe Fiasco, B.o.B., DJ Quick, Mobb Deep, 112 and Blu Cantrell. She also contributes to the weekly ARIA club charts as official DJ and is also an Urban Chart panelist.
Helena Ellis is well known in the club scene for holding down residencies and Sydney’s premier nightclubs, including The Argyle, Marquee and Ivy, alongside holding her monthly sold-out hip hop parties, Ellis Island, where she has showcased and given a platform for many local Australian hip hop acts and DJs.
Not only a gun in the club scene, she is a popular choice for corporate shows, leading her to work with Channel 7, Channel 9, Telstra, Optus with Usain Bolt. Her influence has also taken hold in the fashion realm, where she regularly collaborates with national and international labels such as Revolve, Pretty Little Thing, Honey Birdette and Vogue Fashion.
Helena Ellis continues to push the bounds of her creativity, delving into music production. Helena Ellis has established herself as one of Australia’s most dynamic and entertaining DJs and will continue her upwards trajectory long beyond 2020.