Dash “Diz” Mihok is a Downtown New York native whose tastes span a broad spectrum of music, from Grandmaster Flash, Eric B. and Rakim and Pharoah Monch to Led Zeppelin, the Allman Brothers, Van Morrison and Prokofiev. He started his first rap group, S.D.C. ( Sam, Dash, Chris aka Strictly Devastating Crew), when he was 12 and fostered his spit and love for the art form throughout the very influential early ’90s East Coast Hip Hop scene. In 2004, he guested on his dear friend Sabac Red’s record, “I Have a Dream.”
In 2005, he wrote the title track “Test of a Man” for the movie “Green Street Hooligans” and began collaborating with long-time friend and jazz drummer Daniel Freedman on a number of records.
A self-diagnosed perfectionist, Diz would then hold off on releasing anything until it was just right.
Most recently, he has teamed up with Morris Hayes, Joel Hellman, Mike Choi, Elliot Yamin, Kenny Echizen, Justin Frazier, Brett Nolan and Sharlotte Gibson to form Diz and the Fam and is excited to finally share his music with the masses.
“I feel like I had to turn 40 before I could drop my singing/rap album. My friends call me the Tom Waits of the rap game.” – DIZ
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