Best known for his tenure as a Producer and 4th chair on the nationally syndicated radio/television show The Breakfast Club, Dramos is a proud Nuyorican who has impressively stepped out from the shadows of his National Radio Hall of Fame co-hosts, and carved out his own lane in the entertainment industry. Proving to be a jack of all trades; Dramos has garnered attention DJing prominent nightclubs throughout the country, producing independently successful music, as well as being an on-air radio personality on the legendary Z100 in New York and hosting his own television show which airs weekly in 40+ markets across the country via LATV.
Most recently, in partnership with iHeart Media, he launched the "Life As A Gringo" podcast which tackles life through the vantage point of American-born Latinos who live their lives existing in a gray area. Those who are looked at as a gringo or “too white” by their family back in their native land, but were constantly reminded that their house smelled different or their parents' music was “weird” by the people they grew up with. Met with a strong response, the podcast managed to crack the top 100 Society & Culture podcasts in the world in its first month. iHeartRadio just renewed this podcast for a second season and picked Dramos’ second podcast “Street Stoic.” Sony is developing “Life As a Gringo” for television as well.
Armed with a “purpose over paycheck” mentality, Dramos uses his platforms to deliver honest and raw commentary on the state of the world; with the ultimate goal of being a positive influence and advocate for his community. From pop culture to the many injustices that plague the Black and Brown communities, Dramos continues to prove himself to be a well informed, and much needed, unapologetic voice for today’s media.