The British royal visited Jamaica earlier this year, and is said to be getting tips to from a club DJ friend in order to learn mixing techniques.
He is said to be adding to his growing reggae collection on vinyl, buying records from specialist online stores.
"Harry has always been interested in music, but Jamaica was a real eye opener. He started looking into reggae as soon as he got back to the UK," a source told The Sun.
The prince met reggae legend Bob Marley's widow Rita Marley during his trip, who reportedly inspired him to follow reggae culture.
The source added: "Meeting Rita Marley was a great inspiration too. She seems to have had a big impact on him.
"He's unlikely to ever DJ in public - but if he did it'd be the party of the year."
Prince Harry recently showed off his dance moves during his trip to Jamaica while representing The Queen on her Diamond Jubilee tour.
He also took part in a one-off mock 100m race with Jamaican star Usain Bolt.
Watch Prince Harry dance in Jamaica below: