X-Change has taken the remix game by storm producing 10 iTunes Dance Top 100 remixes in 2010. One of his latest remixes "California Gurls (Cali Girls X-Change Mix)" hit the #7 stop on the iTunes Dance charts in late July 2010 holding that spot for the next 2 months. X-Change first started working on Ghetto Tek remixes in late 2007. Many of these remixes have been heard on various radio stations in Detroit. Early in 2008, X-Change signed with Detroit's own DJ Godfather's Databass Records and released his first EP, titled "The X-Files Vol 1." This lead to his popular remix series with his signature sound. Since signing with Databass Records, he has released over 100 tracks and 11 Albums. In 2009, X-Change switched up his fast booty bass sound and starting focusing on all original, uptempo Dance/Pop/Party tracks. These tracks have been very successful and have had airplay during various mixshows on Detroit's own Channel 955, including on-air radio interviews.