Los Angeles DJ Yung Skeeter has an enviable Rolodex. He's produced tracks for the likes of Azealia Banks, done remixes for Broken Social Scene and Black Eyed Peas and was the opener for Katy Perry's "California Dreams" tour (have a listen to his exclusive Société Perrier DJ mix here). But Yung Skeeter doesn't get these gigs simply for having a likable personality (although that certainly doesn't hurt). He's had plenty of success independent of help from bigger names, having a top-ten record to his credit and breaking down a barrier at Warped Tour, being the first DJ to hold a spot there.
Skeet's reputation precedes him in numerous outlets which is why Spotify have taken him on as a "DJ in Residence" and magazines like Paper and Blackbook continuously champion his work. What is possibly the best part about Skeet's progress however is the greatness that's bound to come in the near future.