DJ Design

DJ Design

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Biography

DJ Design

During the year 2000, shortly after a Foreign Legion UK tour, Design began a protest of a Sleazenation Magazine article that dissed his shoes by staging a six-month-long death hoax. When Redman publicly lamented his loss on an episode of MTV Cribs, Design decided to come out of hiding. He brought with him a 12" single called Sparkdala (Stones Throw, 2001), a battle record called Hookie and Baba Flakes Breaks (2001), and a new style of production that would later influence Foreign Legion's sound in it's new LP, Playtight. DJ Design is not dead.

DJ Design is currently working on an album with guest rappers that include Phat Kat, A.G., Party Arty, Oh No, Declaime, Grip Grand, and Brandon Lloyd.

Discography

Discography (as Producer)

Rasco - What It's All About 12" 1998 (Stones Throw)
Peanut Butter Wolf - Phonies 1999 (Stones Throw)
Foreign Legion - Full Time B-Boy 2000 (ABB)
DJ Design & PB Wolf - Level Five 2000 (London)
DJ Design - Never Be the Same from Return of the DJ: Vol 3 LP 2000 (Bomb)
Beastie Boys - Negotiation Limerick File (Remix) 2000 (Grand Royal)
DJ Design - Gather Round LP 2000 (Stones Throw)
DJ Design feat. Madlib & Quasimoto - Sparkdala 12" single 2000 (Stones Throw)
Foreign Legion - Kidnapper Van LP 2000 (Insiduous Urban)
DJ Design - Soul Power '70 from Urban Revolutions LP 2001 (Future Primitive Sound)
Darkleaf - Quiet Storm (Posthumous Remix) 12" single (Ubiquity)
Bob James - Los Dos Lorettos (Remix) from Turntable Essence LP 2001 (CuBop Records)
Mark Rae feat. Veba -Lavish (Remix) 12" single 2002 (Grand Central Records)
Profile - Who's That? 12" single 2002 (Fifth Element Records)