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Review for Teflon:
Nice one. Good track; beat has momentum; strings add energy. Vocals are delivered with skill and intensity. Rhymes are creative & the point gets across. Chorus is catchy.

Review for Mi Maan:
Solid. You have a cool head noddin' beat. Good cadence on the flow & it rides nicely over the track; quite catchy & easy. It is used pretty much, though, for both the verse and the chorus, so there's not much distinction between the sections; plus the track stays somewhat the same. To distinguish the chorus more you might add a musical element and/or other background vocals; consider using more of the organ there. Great topic and point well taken. Vocals/flow has flavor & personality.

Overall review:
Nice stuff, John. Really solid. Great flow and rhymes; engaging performance on both; quite talented. Good music with polished productions. Catchy melodies and cadences. "Teflon" is a bit stronger. "Mi Maan" is good, but can just use some tweaking to make the chorus contrast and stand out more. For the listing, however, both are worth forwarding. All the best and good luck! - Broadjam.com


"A Life In The Day Of..."
This is an 8 song CD/EP: Teflon, Mi Maan, Hold Mee Down, Uptown Tail, Bahd Mahn, Remyniss, Is It BCause I'm Black? and Duh Furst Tyme. Songs Teflon, Mi Maan, Uptown Tail and Hold Mee Down can be streamed on www.myspace.com/dasheen and www.purevolume.com/dasheen.

album coverDASHEEN: A Life In The Day Of

teflon Entertainment is dedicated to combining old school Hip-Hop/Reggae with today's flavor.

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John Di-Shing (DaSheen) Maisonet was born June 10, 1969 in Brooklyn, NY. Growing up in the 70s it was easy for DaSheen to become involved in the new form of street music called hip-hop. Performing at block parties and establishing hip-hop crews where he would battle in rap and break dancing earned him a spot early on in hip-hop history. He took his love of hip-hop out of the streets and began recording in studios and eventually producing his first CD/EP - "A Life In The Day Of...". The CD/EP expresses many different styles of music and views woven into a hip-hop structure. With influences like The Treacherous 3, Cold Crush Brothers and other old school crews it's easy to hear the roots of hip-hop in his music.