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  MUSIC INSIDER - DJ DARYL: SUPER PRODUCER

 

DJ DARYL, FOUNDER OF NAKAMICHE MUZIC (ASCAP) & BOMB SHELTER ENTERTAINMENT - JUDGE BEAT BATTLE AND GUEST SPEAKER AT (BAPC) BAY AREA PRODUCERS CONFERENCE 2013
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DJ Daryl judging BAPC Beat Battle: Photo by:Larry Smith
 
   
OAKLAND, CA Daryl L. Anderson (born in West Oakland, California), better known by his stage name DJ Daryl, is an American Record Producer and DJ.

He is the founder of Nakamiche Muzic Publishing (ASCAP) and Bomb Shelter Music which has recently been restructured, renamed and relaunched as Bomb Shelter Entertainment.

DJ Daryl was one of the originators of the group 415, producing their first album 41Fivin composed of artists Richie Rich and D-Loc, who brought us hits like "Sideshow, Snitches & B****es and Groupie A** B****".

Nu Niggaz On Tha Blokkk was the group's second album (produced by DJ Daryl) released on Priority Records, peaked at #21 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart and #90 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip Hop chart. D-Loc was the main artist, while Richie Rich was serving time in jail.
 
 
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DJ Daryl BAPC Beat Battle: Photo by:Larry Smith

DJ Daryl produced Tupac Shakur's hit single, "Keep Ya Head Up" on album Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z. which peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot Rap Singles chart, #7 on the Billboard R&B/Hip Hop chart and #12 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song reached platinum status and appears on various albums and in films. He produced other songs for Tupac such as, "Let Them Thangs Go, Nothin But Love, and Black Starry Night (Interlude)" on R U Still Down? (Remember Me) and "Po Nigga Blues" remixed by Scott Storch on album Loyal To The Game.

While signed to (then) No Limit Records (as a member of Beats by the Pound) he produced various hits: "Don't Let Go" on album Da Game Is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told by Snoop Dogg; "Unpredictable" on Unpredictable by Mystikal; "Murder" on Silk – The Shocker; "That's How We Break Bread" on Tru; "Street Life" on Give it 2 'Em Raw; "Life is a B****" on Magic (2) – Skys The Limit; "Ghetto Cheeze" on Tru 2 Da Game; "Tryin 2 Do Something on Snoop Dogg – Ghetto D; "Time For A 187" on Ice Cream Man; "Snitches and Mama Raised Me" both on Da Last Don, and "You Don't Know Me" on Good Side, Bad Side. He also produced twelve songs including the hit single "If I Could Change" on Steady Mobb'n's Pre-Meditated Drama which peaked at #6 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums and #29 on the Billboard 200. "If I Could Change" was used in the film "I'm Bout It", and released on video. (DJ Daryl made a cameo appearance in the film as well.)

DJ Daryl has worked with many elite rap, hip-hop soul and R&B artists such as, Keyshia Cole, La Toya London (American Idol), Da Brat, E-40, Lunasicc, Curren$y and the late Nate Dogg to name just a few. Some of his other work include: C-Bo's hit single, "Money By The Ton" on album Til My Casket Drops which peaked at #4 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums and #41 on the Billboard 200. "Murder That He Ritt, 187 Dance, Who Ride and Ain't No Sunshine"on C-Bo's Tales from the Crypt which peaked at #4 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums and #99 on the Billboard 200. "3 Gangstas, I Can't See Tha Light, I'm A Fool, Livin Like A Hustler Pt. 2, Kill Em Up and Survival 1st" on C-Bo's One Life 2 Live which peaked at #12 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums and #65 on the Billboard 200.

"My Life Is A Movie, What U Hollerin, Real Street Niggas and Millionaire Gangsta" on Messy Marv's Draped Up And Chipped Out 2, "On Errythang" on Messy Marv's Draped Up And Chipped Out 3, "Discourteous, Stop It and Watch Out" on Messy Marv & San Quinn's Explosive Mode and "Oh No, Pt. 2" on Messy Marv's Disobayish, several songs for Richie Rich on albums Half Thang, Seasoned Veteran, The Game and Nixon Pryor Roundtree and tracks for Marvaless on albums Ghetto Blues, Wiccked, Fearless and Just Marvaless gave him recognition as one of the hottest producers in the Bay Area.

He became a platinum star producer, but unfortunately some of the choices he made led to a halt in his career. Frustrated by two failed marriages, poor management and legal representation, he took a break from his music career. Since then, DJ Daryl has overcome the obstacles and challenges he once faced in his past, took the necessary corrective steps and changed his life for the better. At Bomb Shelter Entertainment, he has a solid business team which gives him the freedom to focus on production without worrying about the details of business operations. Currently, he's working on a new album titled, "Signature Sound" and releasing his "Retro Collection" (requested by popular demand). The Retro Collection will include your favorite old school "street hits" from your favorite old school artists such as, Tupac; Snoop Dogg; Master P; Mystikal; Messy Marv; Richie Rich and many more, all produced by DJ Daryl.


 
 
   
   
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