The Shocking Underground Tribal House Crew mix
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Charlie Dee Diaz is a South Florida-based DJ and producer, ftom The Bronx and he’s no stranger to the music scene. Diaz has been DJing since 1979, and is known as one of the premier editors in the business working with partner Jose Chep Nunez as the Diamond 2 in the 80s and worked on many classic dance records, including All & All by Joyce Sims, Hungry for your love by Hanson and Davis and Como tu te llama by Sly Fox. He also worked with Omar Santana on several projects including the dance/pop classic “Hooked on You” by Sweet Sensation. He started out as a hip-hop DJ in The Bronx at the Shorehaven Beach Club skating rink. From there, he quickly made connections and obtained his own radio show in New York, playing hip-hop and club music on Saturday nights.
In 1985, he remixed his first hit “Let’s go all the way” by SlyFox on Capitol Records, From there, he began remixing and editing tracks more regularly, including dance classics such as All & All by Joyce Sims, Hooked on you by Sweet Sensation, and Hungry for your love by Hanson and Davis. He has also worked on four No. 1 Billboard hits, produced by Ted Currier. In the late ‘90s, he found licensing success by landing his music on two movies, TAP with a house track by Tony Terry titled Forget the Girl, Enemy Territory, and MTV’s Made. In 2014 Sony Playstation licensed “Let’s go all the way” for the “Grand Theft Auto 5“ T.V. and online campaign. Today, he produces hip hop, house, tech house, and progressive house music, citing his influences as Santana, Grandmaster Flash, Isaac Hayes on his label Breakout Worldwide Recordings.