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Dee Nasty

Daniel "Dee Nasty" Bigeault began his DJ'ing career back in 1981 after discovering Hip-Hop back in 1979 when staying in New York. Graffiti, breakdancing, and rap music -- all major forms of expression of the nascent hip-hop movement -- were right there. By 1985, Deenasty was organizing battles in a piece of wasteland in the La Chapelle area with Lionel D. From this period, Deenasty became well-known, and even more so with the organization of concerts for Afrika Bambaataa and Public Enemy, where he opened the shows. He also did some shows with Ice-T, Spoonie Gee, George Clinton, and Maceo Parker (with whom he would continue to collaborate for a while). 

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