ReUp Tha Boss of Dark House 415 chronicles the 1st time he & Jean-Philippe met Dame Grease & DMX. He discloses that Earl "DMX" Simmons may be a superstar but he remains humble & treats all those he comes in contact with, with respect.
"It's not even DMX 'coming back,'" Grease said in an interview. "I don't even want to say DMX is coming back. We could check a chart right now, and the music is still wavy. X ain't put out an album in a couple years. Everybody's aware of all the situations. He's got the controversy, the arrest, all the different things and all that. But as far as an artist, a rapper, a human being, there's nobody that's touching him. Like I always said, I came in the game with a lot of people that's great but he's a person to look up to from my standpoint."
Dame Grease ft. Dark House 415 - I'M A RIDER (YEA)
*INTRO *VIGILANTE SEASON - MAX B, DAME GREASE *TIME TO GET PAID - DMX FT. BIGGIE SMALLS *DO IT BIG - HARDHEAD JACOB (DARK HOUSE 415) *WHERE THE CASH AT - A.B. DA DON, AUDI ROB, produced by Rotten Thoughts *IM ON IT - FRENCH MONTANA, DAME GREASE, BLANKET JAKSON *TURN U ON - MAX B, AL PAC *WHERE'S YOUR WAVE - DAME GREASE, MEENO *ON THE EDGE - FRENCH MONTANA, CHINX DRUGS, CHEEZ *CURIOUS - DAME GREASE, MEENO *100 STACKS - MEENO, DAME GREASE *ONE STEP AT A TIME - CHINX DRUGS, JADAKISS *DUMB WITH IT - DAME GREASE, BIGGA THREAT, BIRD LADY *COLD CASH - PIMP *RE-UP - DARK HOUSE 415 *MONEY MAKE A BITCH - BIGGA THREAT *IM IN LOVE.. - BIGGA THREAT, E-SNAPS *TSUNAMI WAVE - MEENO, CHEEZE, PISTOL DA 1, DAME GREASE *MOWHAWK GANG FT. DAME GREASE & DRO *IM JUST HERE TO HUSTLE - Lil Cease, Capone, Noreaga
Damon Blackmon, or Dame Grease, is a Harlem, New York based video and music producer.
Before becoming a staple on every mixtape, The LOX relied on the sounds of Grease in order to acquire the street buzz that landed them their deal on Bad Boy Records in 1996. Fellow Bad Boy Mase sought out Grease's distinctive sound and gave him the opportunity to provide production on Mase's triple platinum Harlem World. This led to Grease's work as the primary producer on DMX's classic debut It's Dark and Hell Is Hot, where Grease helped the Ruff Ryders mold both their image and their sound into what would become one of the most well-known hip hop crews. During this time, Grease taught and paved the way for Swizz Beatz, another sample-free producer, to make his mark on the game.