Raiden broke onto the drum & bass scene after signing to the Renegade Hardware imprint in 2002. A "moment of clarity" drove him to compose his first major track, 'Fallin', and caused him to relocate to Tallinn, Estonia and focus on his newfound sound. In 2005, after a world-wide tour showcasing his trademark sound, walking the tightrope between techno and drum & bass, Raiden decided it was time to create a place to represent his own style of music, and started the Offkey label. In 2009 Raiden's sound moved away from the harder Techno infused style he was know for and he began focusing on a more mature, Tribal based sound which gave birth to his latest label endeavour Voodoo Music and his Beton Armé album.