Stealth Bomb Records is a Canadian Independent Record Label specializing in Artist Management, Career Development, Tour Bookings & more. Established in 2013.
A veteran in the Vancouver hip-hop scene, D-Rec has been holding it down for well over a decade, with a stacked resume of club nights, live show, studio album production and scratch credits. If you’re fortunate to catch him on the decks, you will soon hear that he is heavily influenced by early to late 90’s hip-hop, but he is extremely versatile and can flex with any genre or style. With an emphasis on turntablism and creative mixing techniques, you can always expect him to drop all the hip-hop classics you know and love, obscure gems, classic rock, funk, soul, rnb, 80’s, new stuff…anything goes. And as far as his beats go, he keeps it simple with cleverly arranged and selected samples and hard-hitting boom bap inspired drums.
As the official DJ for world renown Vancouver artist Snak the Ripper and Stealth Bomb Records, D-Rec has toured extensively at an international level, including countless cross- Canada tours, a USA tour and several extensive European tours. He has shared the stage with legendary astists such as Raekwon, Havoc (Mobb Deep), The Beatnuts, Tech Nine, Planet Asia, Camp Lo, Sean Price, GM Roc Raida, RA the Rugged Man, Prince Paul, Kool DJ Red Alert, GZA, The Alkaholiks, Little Brother, Pharoahe Monch, MOP, The Coup, Swollen Members, Sweatshop Union, 2 Chainz, Jedi Mind Tricks, Diamond D, Onyx, Digable Planets, Zion I, Hopsin, J-Live, Blackalicious, Freestyle Fellowship, Ghostface, La the Darkman, La Coka Nostra and many more.
His production and scratch credits include work with Snak the Ripper, Junk, Edgar Penwork, Jaclyn Gee, Evil Ebenezer, HellnBack, Timbo King, RA the Rugged Man, Sadat X, El Da Sensei, Mac Lethal, Swollen Members, Sweatshop Union, Emotionz, Alpha Omega, Robbie G, Fatt Matt, Lesk One, Jeff Spec, Narai, Tonye Aganaba, Stevie Ross, Hungry, and Matt Brevner, to name a few.
Throw in a residency at Vancouver’s longest running hip-hop night, “Monday Night live”, multiple DJ & beat battle victories (including the first ever KOTD Vancouver beat battle), respect and admiration from fans, peers and heads worldwide, and you have someone truly dedicated to their craft. Even with such an extensive resume, he feels like he’s just getting started. Be on the lookout for lots more from D-Rec in the years to come.