Dike is a songwriter, producer, artist, playwright and teacher specializing in several disciplines of audio and audio-visual composition and production.
Writing music from the age of 9, Dike was previously signed as a writer to EMI music publishing UK and has also toured widely as a musician, including performances at Glastonbury Festival and the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland.
He studied MA Audio Production at the University of Westminster and Theatre at Goldsmiths College where he wrote and produced his musical play Scandinavian Heart as part of the Goldsmiths College festival of new musicals at Tristan Bates Theatre.
Scandinavian Heart was subsequently developed and performed at Upstairs at the Gatehouse Theatre and at the Iris theatre in London.
In 2018 Dike won Drake’s Music’s Emergent – A Music Legacy commission, a 3-year programme to profile the advancement of the next generation of disabled musicians in the pursuit of excellence. For this commission, Dike wrote and produced his electro-pop composition 2049. 2049 was performed at the Barbican Centre in London where using bespoke interactive technology, he invited spectators to take part in an exploration of signal flow in a musical exploration of the electrical processes happening in our brains.
In addition to his music, Dike is currently on the board of trustees for Unity Theatre Trust. The purpose of the Trust is to advance the education of the public by fostering, promoting and increasing the interest of the public in the art of drama and co-related arts.