1) Weighing in at 16 stone of Italian American heritage Tony Depula a.k.a Tony D (1967 - April 4, 2009) left an indelible mark across the history of the hip-hop beat, wrestling his way round some classic LPs from Poor Righteous Teachers (acting as producer on classics like Shaqila) - to his own Pound for Pound release on Grand Central.
Tony always kept his productions tight and full. The hard drums and bass generated courtesy of his EMU SP1200 drum machine have been laced with some classic raps courtesy of YZ, Lo-key and some amazing vocals from Veba and Spikey T. Tony caught the hip-hop bug in 1985 travelling up to the Bronx from his Trenton, New Jersey base and buying drum machines from a producer who had moved on to drug dealing. It was not long before Tony was making classic beats some which were subsequently robbed by the likes of Naughty by Nature and Heavy d; all cases which were settled out of court.
Responsible for Grand Central’s first release and first artist solo album, (Pound For Pound back in 1997)he hooked up with Grand Central when Mark stumbled across Tony D’s Central J. Parlay EP’in a N.Y. basement. (taken from Grand Central’s Website)
2) Tony D (Tony Damager) is a german rap artist of Aggro Berlin / Sektenmuzik .
His first album with B!Tight “Heise Ware” was the beginning of Tony D.
Edited by gen_a on 13 Jun 2010, 21:51
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