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Dame Grease is most recognized for his behind the scenes work with DMX, The LOX, Cam'Ron, Currensy, French Montana, Max B and Nas. He is also one of the main participants responsible for devising the highly coveted syncopated template that currently defines mainstream Hip Hop.
Special Musical guests on the upcoming Martial Law Album slated to release May 5th, include Eric Lattimore, Bigga Threat, Jovonnie Jetta B Jackson, Chi Ill, Niamson, Pandora Lux, Mary J Blige, Jay Z, Bob Marley + The Dame Grease Orchestra.
Preview the album on Soundcloud page DameGrease or www.DameGrease.com. Pre-Order the Limited Edition Martial Law CD and Vinyl copies on www.damegrease.com
Also check out Dame on YouTube Channel GoonBossTVXL or DameGreaseVevo
Listeners should follow @DameGrease on Twitter + @DameGrease129 on Instagram
Interview Dame Grease on Martial Law Album and his upcoming projects. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to set up.
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Damon Blackmon/Dame Grease, is a Harlem, New York based video and music producer.
Sun Ra: A Joyful Noise is a 1980 jazz film by Robert Mugge documenting performances by Sun Ra and his Arkestra in Philadelphia, Washington D.C., and Baltimore, and also including interviews and rehearsal footage. The Philadelphia performances captured by the film took place at Danny's Hollywood Palace and on the rooftop of the Philadelphia International Center. The Baltimore performance took place in the Famous Ballroom, hosted by the Left Bank Jazz Society.
Sun Ra compositions featured in the film include "Astro Black," "Along Came Ra," "We Travel the Spaceways," and "Requiem for Trevor Johnson."
In 2001, the film was screened as part of Maryland Film Festival in the former Famous Ballroom, now part of the expanded Charles Theatre, where the film's Baltimore performances were shot.