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Since man’s earliest moments he has shared his space with rhythm, and dance. It is this pursuit along with a deeper understanding of the divine nature of rhythm that serves as the modus operandi for Label Owner/Producer/and DJ AYBEE.

Emerging in 2001, AYBEE has caught the attention of many fans of soulful electronic music, armed with a distinct sound that some say meshes the drum of urban intensity with the ethereal sentiments of a Zen Temple. Releasing music under a wide range of monikers (Orion 70, Afrobatik, o1o, Lamaj, Bla Kula, Prof Delacroix) AYBEE’s versatility is genre defiant. Seamlessly weaving through Soul, Techno, House, and Hip-Hop.

A product of Oakland, CA, AYBEE comes from a steep family tradition of Soul, Rebellion, and Exploration. Born from “The Struggle” he developed a strong affinity for music’s link to social movement. Experiencing first hand the power of music’s ability to help people transcend the often-unforgiving streets of Oakland. It is that uplifting power of music, and dance that ultimately pushed AYBEE to embark on the exploration of himself as an artist.

In 2001 AYBEE launched Deepblak Recordings as a creative outlet for his music. Upon releasing a slew of underground remixes along with original material, Deepblak’s Future Soul sound began to gather a following along with turning some heads within industry mainstays. Ultimately catching the attention of Legendary Producer/DJ Ron Trent. After joining the Prescription family AYBEE and Trent would come together to co-found Prescription sub-label Future Vision, and create music as the “Indigenous Space People, and the Blak Punk Soundsystem”.

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