“My goal is to do my part in keeping the Hip- Hop culture alive."
At the age of 14, artist and producer Dae One, began his musical career by writing and developing his own songs and then later using his God-given gifts and talents to learn the fine art of beat-making. After graduating from High School,
Since that time, Dae One has grown in to a respected and established producer who has worked with the likes of Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Glasses Malone, Schoolboy Q, David Banner, Butch Cassidy, Jay Rock, Crooked I and Terrace Martin, just to name a few. By working with such diverse great talent, Dae One can be counted on to deliver any style of Hip-Hop beats whether it’s classic Hip-Hop, gangster funk, club, radio and even R & B. West Coast legend
Snoop Dogg first commissioned Dae One for a beat on his 2010 release “More Malice” and the result was the ultra- smooth “So Gangsta” featuring Long Beach crooner Butch Cassidy, giving Snoop an updated G-Funk sound that many of his fans appreciated. Dae One hooked up with Snoop Dogg once again in 2013 for “Bad 4 Me” – a standout track from The Doggfather’s “That’s My Work Volume 2” with DJ Drama. In 2011, Dae One and his mentor Sir Jinx had the opportunity to work with Hip-Hop icon Ice Cube for his “I Am The West” album coming up with the banging track, “Life in California.” Then TDE’s SZA and Dae One created Childs Play on her album titled Z featuring Chance The Rapper also Schoolboy Q sought out Dae One for his Setbacks & “Oxymoron” album Then Dae One was called in to Assist with the Victory Lap Album By Nipsey Hussle & including other placements in the works for the always busy producer. “My goal is to do my part in keeping the Hip- Hop culture alive. That’s why I try to work with different sounds and different artists,” says Dae One.
Dae One can always be counted on for delivering outstanding results.