As a 14-year-old Bengali rapper and yard dee-jay Deedar Zaman (Now Dub Producer) co-founded the Asian Dub Foundation (ADF). At the age of 5 he was breakdancing, listening to Greensleeves records and Bob Marley. Playing his first show in 1990 at the age of 12.
They released various acclaimed albums through...
Nation, London Records, EMI, Labels and Virgin. The band had a great reputation for their live shows and supported bands on tour such as Rage Against The Machine and The Beastie Boys.
Deedar left ADF at the end of 2000 to start work on his own projects, setting up his own label, Anchor. Working closely with Trevor Boucaud @ Crusial & African Head Charge, Dennis Rootical @ Iration Steppers, Devon White, Adrian Sherwood, Skip McDonald & Ghetto Priest @ the ON-U Sound stables. Now Dub Producer & Musician; vocaling, playing bass, binghi melodica, percussion and keys alongside drums & percussion played by Style Scott from Dub Syndicate and drums played by Horseman from the Prince Fatty stables. Writing with Yuka from O'Rappa (Brasil) & Maga Bo, Nyabinghi yout Meekman and dubbing artists such as Chronixx, Jah 9, Addis Pablo (son of Legendary Augustus Pablo).
Releasing Albums Minority Large 2008, Pride of the Underdog 2011, IStrength 2016 & Hard Row (Dub Album) 2016.
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