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Dazzie Dee
Dazzie Dee
Dazzie D., Saccs, Sacc's, Bigg Saccs, Dazzy D., DJ Urkel Dee
Born November 30
Origin South Los Angeles, Compton, California,  United States
Genres West Coast Hip hop, G-funk
Rapper, producer
Instruments Vocals, Drums, Keyboards, Drum, Sampler
1988-present
Labels Lench Mob Records (Former)
Big Face Gang Entertainment
Ice Cube, Chilly Chill, King Tee, Compton's Most Wanted, South Central Cartel, Tray Deee, DJ Battlecat, K-Dee, Dr. Dre, Sir Jinx, Coolio, Shade Sheist, Tha Chill, Kool G Rap, Da Lench Mob, Mausberg, Yo-Yo,

Dazzie Dee is an American West Coast Hip hop rapper and record producer who has collaborated and affiliated with artists such as Suga Free, Mausberg, DJ Quik, Ice Cube, Shade Sheist,[1]K-Dee, Kool G Rap, Coolio, Mixmaster Spade, Yo-Yo, Da Lench Mob, and many more. He released two solo albums in 1996, Where's My Receipt? and The Re-Birth, with the most known singles "Knee Deep", "Everybody Wants To Be A Gangsta", and "Where You From?".[2][3][4][5]

Early life

Career

Lidell Williams was born on November 30, Los Angeles, California. He attended and graduated from Washington Preparatory High School in 1989. At 14 Williams met Dr. Dre, Sir Jinx and K-Dee. He's been a gang member of 107th Street UG/BC Crips set,[6][7] according to Sheppard, member of Skool Boyz crew.[8] His first EP Turn It Loose was produced by Dr. Dre and Sir Jinx. He was one of the original members of the Lench Mob records, which it was formed by Ice Cube. Due to artistic differences, he left the label to record his first solo album Where's My Receipt released on Capitol Records in 1995. Then he made a re-issue for the album as The Re-Birth on Raging Bull Records in 1996.[9] It was produced by DJ Battlecat and had guest appearances from Ice Cube, Coolio,[10] K-Dee and Tha Chill from Compton's Most Wanted. It's considered by many as a West Coast classic.[11][12]

With the Lench Mob

Dazzie Dee (formerly known as Big "Saccs"),[13] is an G-funk rapper and an original former member of the legendary West Coast record label Lench Mob along with Ice Cube, K-Dee,[14] J-Dee, Yo-Yo, Chilly Chill, T-Bone, Shorty and more.[15] Due to artistic differences, he left the label to record his first solo album Where's My Receipt released on Capitol Records in 1995.[16][17] Then he made a re-issue for the album as The Re-Birth on Raging Bull Records in 1996.[18]

Dazzie Dee productions

Videography

  1. Dazzie Dee (as Big Saccs) - "West Coast History 101"
  2. J-Dee, Dazzie Dee & MC Eiht - "Classic Westcoast Freestyle '93"
  3. Dazzie Dee (Feat. Tha Chill & Coolio) - "On My Cide"
  4. Dazzie Dee - "Everybody Wants To Be A Gangsta"
  5. Dazzie Dee - "About Dat Life"[26]
  6. Dazzie Dee (Feat. K-Dee) - "All Da Time"[27][28]
  7. Suga Free - "Thinkin"

Notes

The Killafornia Organization was a Hip hop supergroup that consisted of South Central Cartel, Compton's Most Wanted, Bonaphyde, Dazzie Dee, Killa, Tray Deee, Hard Times & Wize Guyz. Their debut album, Killafornia Organization, was released in 1996 by Killa Cali Records, Thug Records and produced by 3 Strikes Prod.

See also

References

  1. ^ Shade Sheist's "Away" wethewest.com Retrieved. 5-6-2014
  2. ^ Dazzie Dee songs and singles allmusic.com Retrieved. 5-6-2014
  3. ^ Dazzie Dee song samples whosampled.com Retrieved. 5-6-2014
  4. ^ BillBoard magazine, books about Dazzie Dee billboard.com Retrieved. 6-6-2014
  5. ^ Before Them, Compton Rap Wasn't Shit, Review by Werner von Wallenrod
  6. ^ G-VINE : As Rappers Reap, So Do Communities, February 19, 1996 latimes.com Retrieved. 6-7-2014
  7. ^ Sheppard on Dazzie Dee, Billboard 25, Nov 1995 billboard.com Retrieved. 7-6-2014
  8. ^ [Skool Boyz, BillBoard] billboard.com Retrieved. 7-6-2014
  9. ^ Albums from Dazzie Dee thachronic.com Retrieved. 5-6-2014
  10. ^ Facts about Coolio encyclopedia.com Retrieved. 7-6-2014
  11. ^ Articles about Dazzie Dee dubcnn.com Retrieved. 5-6-2014
  12. ^ I2G interview with Dazzie Dee illuminati2g.com Retrieved. 6-6-2014
  13. ^ Interviu exclusiv: DAZZIE DEE - THE WESTCOAST G-FUNK VETERAN hiphopdinromania.org Retrieved. 7-6-2014
  14. ^ Throwback Thursday Revisits "The Freshest MC In The World" By K-Dee hiphopdx.com Retrieved. 7-6-2014
  15. ^ Lench Mob Myspace
  16. ^ THE SOURCE MAGAZINE September 2003 No. 168 collectorsfrenzy.com Retrieved. 7-6-2014
  17. ^ The Source April 1996 issue featuring Ice T thimk.wordpress.com Retrieved. 7-6-2014
  18. ^ Dazzie Dee interview. ugrap.de Retrieved. 6-6-2014, Friday.
  19. ^ WHO'Z DOWN WIT ME - ? billboard-japan.com Retrieved. 7-6-2014
  20. ^ Exclu Cartelsons: Solo But Not Alone - Soopafresh RadioShow 15/03/14 soopafresh.net Retrieved. 7-6-2014
  21. ^ Mausberg - Non Fiction, Shepherd Lane Music - 008 191 002 2 discogs.com Retrieved. 5-6-2014
  22. ^ Suga Free - Why U Still Bullshittin: The Best of Suga Free allmusic.com Retrieved. 7-6-2014
  23. ^ Docc Free - Doccstalized (11.12.2013) g-funk.ws Retrieved. 7-6-2014
  24. ^ Invizzible Music is releasing 3 Maxi CD Singles on 22.02.2014 g-funk.ws Retrieved. 5-6-2014
  25. ^ G-Funk Rezzurrection g-funk.ws Retrieved. 7-6-2014
  26. ^ DAZZIE DEE - "NOT ABOUT DAT LIFE" | MUSIC VIDEO illwill.co.uk Retrieved. 5-6-2014
  27. ^ Dazzie Dee Ft. K-Dee - All Da Time onsitehiphop.com Retrieved. 7-6-2014
  28. ^ Dazzie Dee Drops "All Da Time" Video From "The 7th Letter" LP dubcnn.com Retrieved. 7-6-2014

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