Legendary British Dj Judge Jules is to walk away from the decks to become a lawyer.
The beatmaker has been a huge hit on the global club scene for two decades and has a regular show on the Bbc's Radio 1 station.
The star has been studying law in his spare time and is now leaving the dance scene behind him to focus on the legal profession after signing up to work at entertainment law firm Sheridans.
He says, "I've had an incredible time over the last 14 years at Radio 1. I'm going to continue DJ'ing and I'm having a bit of a career change."
His journey has not come without hard work and hustle, and 'At. Long. Last. A$AP.' is certainly his best work so far.
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