Troy Williams a/k/a Dj Commando raised in Cedar Rapids Iowa started at radio station KOJC 89.7fm back in 1982. Doing radio 13yrs at the station between the time was doing shows opening up for Ice Cube, Too Short, Rob Base & Dj EZ Rock & Tony Toni Tone and many more. Also with the group “Majik Motion” with local friends doing shows and traveling. Doing house parties and clubs growing up and really heavy in the Iowa music scene in 1983, he became an icon for the state of Iowa. In 1990 was signed to an independent label out of New York with the group Soldiers N Command that’s where the Dj name Commando started. During the years he kept djing and spinning at clubs and moved to Waterloo and did clubs and radio. In 2002 started at the station KBOL 100.1fm in Waterloo Iowa and really got his career kicked in to gear, really started networking and got in to the Core Djs. Commando got a shot on an episode of Rap city and was on an internet radio station www.1073vip.com “Iced Out Radio” where he was the Assist. Music Director and helping break independent and new artists and djing at a nightclub called “The Last Level Lounge” in Waterloo Iowa. He had a show entitled “Bringing Tha Heat” which is on Monday thru Fridays 6pm til 10pm Central which has over 180,000 listeners a day. Currently doing major events and clubs and opening up for many artists such as Plies, T.I. Zapp, Tech Nine, Kid Ink, Scarface, Jon B and many more. Very versatile with the genres of music and doing mix shows. He is still trying to move forward and still has goals he wants to accomplish and wanting to make a big impact in the music industry. Working on a 45s mixshow/radio show called “A 45s Affair Radio Show”, supporting the 45s movement, Mixshow Dj/Coordinator for KCEP/Power 88 in Las Vegas along with “The National R&B Music Society inc”, First Dime Bookings & Team Rockwell along with other dj coalitions like “45 Bandits & Forty Five Kings”, and a member of the National Black Radio Hall Of Fame