Brianna Price, who is better known by her stage name B.Traits, is a DJ, record producer and radio presenter from Nelson in Canada.

At 18 years old, B.Traits made a name for herself at drum & bass club nights across Canada, having been taught to DJ by a friend. This led to regular bookings throughout North American and Europe.

During her travels, she met Shy FX (best known for his re-edit of DJ Fresh’s “Gold Dust”), who signed B.Traits to his Digital Soundboy label in 2007, making her the first female artist to do so.

Nevertheless, we had to wait five years for the release of her debut single “Fever”, which featured vocals from Elisabeth Troy (who most recently featured on Clean Bandit’s ‘Show Me Love’). ‘Fever’ charted at #36 in the Official UK Charts to give B.Traits her first Top 40 UK single.

In April 2012, B.Traits hosted the “In New DJs We Trust” show on BBC Radio 1, appearing as part of a four-week rotation. She later secured her own weekly slot as part of the Friday night line-up, broadcasting underground dance music from 1am until 4am. Her work for the radio station was recognised when the 28-year-old was nominated for “Best DJ” at the 2014 Bass Music Awards.

Most recently, B.Traits turned her efforts to television presenting, as she fronted a BBC Three documentary entitled “How Safe Are My Drugs?” The programme, which was broadcast in December 2014, explored the reasons why drug-related deaths in the UK had suddenly increased, and how much of that was down to the rapid growth of legal highs.

Looking ahead to 2015, B.Traits has more singles and a debut album in the pipeline. She is also appearing at a number of music festivals throughout the year, including SXSW 2015 in Austin.