Stuart Ojelay has been running live-streaming events from his home in Wall Heath and has now set up a brand new bike and DJ service.
Using a cargo trike, Mr Ojelay has created a mobile music service, with speakers and decks and a battery built in to offer up to 30 hours of power.
He said: “I’ve been doing live events from my cellar and they’ve been a great success, but I’ve started looking at what I can do to keep my mind healthy and keep people entertained.
“The idea came to me and after we put it together, it means I will be able to live-stream from secret locations with great backdrops and, when we’re allowed out, I’ll play from some nice gardens.
“It will also mean I can play from beer gardens and because of the mobility of it, I can go to the people and give them what they want.”
Mr Ojelay, who has been part of the club scene in the region for 14 years, said it was important for any DJ to stay active and the trike allowed him to do just that.
He said: “One of my mottos is if you don’t diversify, you’re in reverse, and I think that applies to this trike as it allows me to multi-task.
“It pedals really well and the battery is a real game changer as I can power it up and go anywhere with it. The guys at DC works did a great job putting it together and branding it and I can’t wait to get out there and entertain people with it.”
Mr Ojeley’s company Word of Mouth has been a leading part of the online virtual club scene during the coronavirus pandemic, with more than 2,000 people taking in the events.
He said he hoped the addition of a mobile deck could help to reach more people and bring the party to them during a difficult time.
To find out more about Word of Mouth, go to facebook.com/wordofmoutheventsuk/