Witness of this lightning apogee coming from the depths of the street’s bowels at the beginning of the 80s, Dee Nasty introduced the Hip Hop colors from one end to the other of the France and very quickly imposed his Wildstyle signature.
While Paris was bombarded by graffiti, he took over the airwaves of the lengendary French radio station “Radio Nova” with his friend MC Lionel D and founded the “Deenastyle”, first French Hip Hop show that literally made the Rap culture explode, opening the way to major French artists such as MC Solaar, Passi, Suprême NTM…
As you may have understood, Dee Nasty is one of the founding fathers of the HipHop culture in France. This is evidenced by the biopic series currently airing Netflix, "Le Monde de Demain", where actor Andranic Manet plays the leading character of Dee Nasty to perfection, telling part of the underground master's epic rise.
Far from being a simple Hip Hop DJ, not small enough to fit into a box, too wild to take orders and even less to receive them, Grandmaster Dee draws the singularity of his style from the "hybrid" reservoir of immense musical territories.
No need for strobes, but only a starry sky map, to follow the insatiable traveler exploring the universe of music, like a space probe crossing countless galaxies.