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Super producer Dae One began his musical career at the age of 14 by writing and developing his own songs and using his God-given gifts and talents to learn the fine art of beat-making, sampling and music production. Since that time, Dae One has mastered his craft and has worked and helped develop some of today's biggest superstars in music. Working with heavy weights Kendrick Lamar and Schoolboy Q before the glow up and even producing a now underground classic hit "Say Wassup" with TDE's "Black Hippie". The resume speaks for itself Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg, SZA, Chance the Rapper & David Banner just to name a few. By working with such diverse great talent, Dae One can be counted on to deliver any style of production whether it’s classic hip-hop, gangster funk, trap, club and even pop international records. West coast Icon Snoop Dogg first commissioned Dae One for production on his 2010 release “More Malice”and the result was the ultra- smooth “So Gangsta” featuring Long Beach crooner Butch Cassidy, giving Snoop the ability to give his G-Funk sound a rebirth with a fresh new approach to the sound. Dae One hooked up with Snoop Dogg once again for “Bad 4 Me” feat. Kurupt & Daz Dillinger– a standout track from The Doggfather “That’s My Work Volume 2” with DJ Drama and most recently on the first single on Snoop Dogg's Death Row Records "Whoopty Whoop". One of Dae One's major accomplishments was working with Hip-Hop icon Ice Cube with his mentor Sir-Jinx for his “I am The West”album“Life in California" track. Dae One was called in to assist with the late great Nipsey Hussle on"Victory Lap" album. The influence is global and with friends like international global super star Anitta, Dae One knows when to put his executive or creative hat on. Dae One stepped in to help produce some of Anittas first english records she ever recorded and even added background vocals to now Diamond selling single with over one hundred million views "Onda Differente" featuring Snoop Dogg in 2019 for Anittas debut crossover trilingual album "Kisses". Today and everyday Dae One continues to work with legends and develop the future legends of music on a daily basis. “My goal is to do my part in keeping the Hip- Hop culture alive and moving it forward. That’s why I try to work with different sounds and different artists,” says Dae One. ​


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