Дискография Dae One:
|#||Название релиза||Информация об aльбоме||Купить альбом в iTunes||Год издания||Лейбл|
|1||Revenge Of The Synth 4||audio||iTunes||2009-11-17||Jake Records|
Born and raised in Hawthorne, CA. Dae One is an artist and producer who have worked with artists including Ice Cube, Butch Cassidy, Snoop Dogg, Crooked I, David Banner, and others. It was at the age of 14 he started to learn the production side of music while creating his own beats. Right after high school he formed a group with rappers Noni Spitz and Taje called Egzile. Together they began working on an album called "Spaced Out", which was never released. The breakup of the Egilze allowed each group member to pursue their own careers which led Dae One to meeting Sir Jinx who recognized his skills and became mentor to him. In 2005 Dae One, Taje, and two other business partners started LNS Entertainment. Focus of LNS is to give a hand to artists and keep them afloat. Some albums that LNS has been a part of have been Roccett’s “West in Full”, both of Taje’s “Hot Box” albums, and Noni Spitz’s “W.I.M.S”. “We’re gonna become a major company out here on the West Coast, putting out great new music, good talent, and showing people that it’s another avenue to come to, instead of having to go to the same three powerhouses, “says Dae One. In 2009 Dae One showed his ability of creating beats as he worked on his first instrumental album. In November he released the “Revenge of the Synth”. During the same year he worked on Snoop Dogg's latest album “More Malice” and Ice Cube's “I Am the West”. Displaying his rapping and writing abilities he collaborated with rapper Noni Spitz as they formed No One. The name No One is a combination of both artists’ names. Both artists wanted to get back into making music that feels good, displaying music as an art form. Together the group released a mix tape “The Pre-Substance” and EP “Clearance (Substance Abuse)” in 2010. Both will lead to the anticipation of the 2011 album release of “The Substance”. “Substance is something that matters, takes up space, and really has a purpose. That’s what we feel this music we’re giving you really is, so we’re calling it that,” he says.