DMX Producer Dame Grease Wants Guinness World Record For Most Songs In A Year

Producer Dame Grease has been instrumental to a number of platinum, and critically-acclaimed albums. The Harlem, New York native was critical to DMX’s It’s Dark And Hell Is Hot and The LOX’s Money, Power, Respect, in addition to mentoring Max B.


Having worked with Papoose, RiFF RaFF, and DMX in recent years, the Vacant Lot Music founder reportedly wants the record books, as much as the charts and plaques in 2016. According to AllHipHop, Dame seeks the Guinness World Record for producing and releasing the most Hip-Hop songs in a single year.

“While the record is based on the number of songs, I think the true challenge and fun is the effort to make the music itself great,” said the veteran producer who has also worked in R&B and Electronic music. “I feel as if my track record, whether it’s with DMX, or Max B, or anyone else I’ve worked with, shows my dedication towards ensuring quality music.”

Dame did confirm that established acts will be a key part of his record-breaking attempt. D12’s Swifty McVay, DMX, and Bishop Lamont are several of the confirmed artists. Additionally, Grease urged ambitious talents to contact him to be part of history. Interested artists are asked to contact his manager Jason Mantez (@Mantez) and email to [email protected] with materials.

Do you agree with Dame that this record could be good for the music and art form?

AllHipHop’s full report by Yohance Kyles.

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