TenDJiz (pronounced: ten-jeez) is a Miami-based producer, best known for his Soulviet Trilogy project which consists of 3 albums: CommoNasm, De La Soulviet, Q-Tipokratiya and that were created by blending acapellas of American hip-hop artists (Common and Nas, De La Soul, Q-Tip) with instrumentals composed from Soviet Soul and Jazz samples.
Those albums were featured in The Los Angeles Times, The Miami New Times, The Guardian Music, HipHopDX, and more. Also they were noted by Common, Roslynn Cobarrubias (Senior Director of Urban Marketing at MySpace Music), Jerry L. Barrow (editor-in-chief of Scratch Magazine), to name a few.
TenDJiz moved to Miami from Russia where he produced and mixed music for MTV award-winning Hip-Hop artists and Sprite and Pepsi commercials. In Miami as a sound engineer TenDJiz has mixed and mastered songs for Rapper Big Pooh, Skyzoo, Fashawn, and for local artists such as Dynas, J.Nic$, QuESt.