Like most musicians in the Eurobeat genre, Maurizio has performed under a number of pseudonyms for various labels (including A-Beat-C, Delta, and SinclaireStyle). Maurizio De Jorio is probably most well known for his song "Night of Fire" which he performed under the Niko alias. He is also incredibly popular for the songs he performed that appeared in the animeInitial D. Some of these songs include: "Speedy Speed Boy", "Stop Your Self Control" (as Marko Polo), "Crazy for Your Love" (as Morris), "Take Me to the Top", "Music for Hire" (as D. Essex), "Golden Age", "Running in the 90s" (as Max Coveri), and "No One Sleep in Tokyo" (as Edo Boys). Currently, De Jorio sings as Niko and Dejo for Bratt Sinclaire's label SinclaireStyle.
One of Maurizio's aliases, Max Coveri, was originally used by Massimo Brancaccio, who later became the drag queen artist Billy More.
Many of his songs are used for fad music on the website, YTMND.
His promotional model, Edoardo Arlenghi, is used in place of his own image for the marketing of songs under his pseudonym "Niko". He can be seen most prominently in the music video for the song "Night of Fire".
De Jorio's #1 worldwide hit Night Of Fire was originally sung by Edoardo Arlenghi but was changed at the last moment.