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Lost & Found: Lac of Respect – “Stupid for the Bread”

I was digging through some music archive boxes in my attic the other night and came across this old data CD that Skuntdunanna gave me almost 11yrs ago of a song that him, 151, Twin-G & A-Train (Lac of Respect) recorded in December of 2003 before the “Game Members” album came out. If I remember correctly, the session wouldn’t open right and we just never did anything with the song. Well, I was able to open it and get it to work. So I put it together, updated the beat and put a brand new mix & master on it. Enjoy!

Produced, Mixed & Mastered by D-Sane!

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The Dysfunctional Family releases a tribute song/video for Father’s Day

For Father’s Day this year, myself and The Dysfunctional Family decided to drop a tribute song that two of the members, Produk & Scizza Hands, made about their fathers that passed away a few years ago. I decided we should do a video for it and turn it into a tribute to all of the children that have had to suffer through the pain of losing their father. In particular, we decided to turn it into a dedication/tribute to the children of our personal friends that we’ve lost recently and who are still in so much pain. We love you all, our hearts go out to you and we hope you enjoy what we made. Please share this song/video with your friends and family, as I’m sure there are many people out there who can relate to this song.

Produced by D-Stone & D-Sane
Recorded, Mixed & Mastered by D-Sane
Video shot, directed & edited by D-Sane

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New song & video from Grynch

My lil bro Grynch has released a new song & video called “Carry On” from his album “Street Lights” that dropped April 29th.

Produced by Elan Wright & Nima Skeemz
Recorded, Mixed & Mastered by D-Sane
Video Directed & Edited by Griff J

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New album from the King of Ballard, Grynch!

My North Seattle brethren, Grynch, has released his new album entitled “Street Lights.” The album features West Coast music legend Kokane, Malice & Mario Sweet, Wizdom, Fearce Vill, Bambu & Slug of Atmosphere. Production by Elan Wright, Nima Skeemz, MTK, AD, Jake One, Justo of The Physics, Bean One, DJ Nphared, D-Sane and Trox. Also featuring some guitar work from up & coming Seattle rocker Ayron Jones!

Check out the Janet Jackson inspired song “Time Flies” that I produced, along with recording, mixing & mastering the entire album.

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New album from Seattle artist Wizdom!

My good friend Wizdom AKA The Washington Wizard has released what he has deemed to be his final project. The Seattle MC has decided to hang up his microphone and gracefully bow out of music so he can focus on “The Next Step” of his life, which is what he has appropriately named his last album. Wiz’s Hip-Hop career began with the one and only thrift shopping megastar Macklemore, who recorded and was featured on his first album “The Book of Wizdom” in 2007. Since then, I’ve had the pleasure of recording/mixing/mastering his projects that followed:

“Music: Soul of the Man” (2008)
“Bring it Back” (2009)
“The Washington Wizard Mixtape” (2010)
“Unearthed” (2011)
“The Next Step” (2014)

I also did the critically acclaimed and extremely popular “Gotcha Numb (D-Sane Remix)” for him. Wizdom has always been the consummate professional, is genuinely one of the nicest people you’ll ever meet and I’ve always enjoyed working with him because of these reasons. We wish him nothing but the best in all of his future endeavors!

Check out his album featuring appearaces from Grynch, Fearce Vill, Ripynt, Duranged Pitt, Casta, Neema, Stef Lang and Veronica Topacio. Production by Bean One, D-Sane, Reminiss, Epidemmik, Nima Skeemz, MTK and Budo.

#TheNextStep #SeattleHipHop

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