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Steven Busch a.k.a. Dizazta indeed is everywhere. He recorded the title track for John Singleton's acclaimed film "Car Jacking". He created music for such television shows as "Fear Factor", Elimidate", "It's Christopher" and more. He was signed to Chris Stokes management team with Jackie "Jackpot" Wynn as the duo Poetic Punishment until a mutual separation agreement was reached. Poetic Punishment signed with Flatbroke Records and recorded three hits for the acclaimed compilation "Return of the West" which sold over 100,000 copies. After a hasty departure by the owners of Flatbroke Records Dizazta saw that the only way to accomplish any of his goals was to establish his own label.
Dizazta Area Music, Inc. (D.A.M.) was launched in 1998 with Dizazta joining ASCAP in 1999 and creating his own publishing company soon after. The first album, from his newly formed label, was "Dizazta Strikes" which boasted timeless hits like "Brothers Killing Brothers", "Why?", "Her Wicked Ways", and "Are You Single" featuring V-Love (one of the first artists signed to D.A.M.) The buzz and success of this pioneer venture lead Dizazta to embark upon other areas of interest - film, fashion and television.
Not wanting to be away from the music scene too long Dizazta was back in the studio with his team of producers creating his sophomore release. "The Problem and The Answer" took a philosophical look at the often neglected parts of society while being coupled with the rhythmic pulse of the streets and at the same time offering real solutions. Blazing with hits like Rage, Why Do We Die So Young?, Drive Me Wild, What If? and Checkmate The Problem and The Answer album was set to redefine hip hop. It was slated to be the first QUADRUOPLE album ever but was decidedly broken up into five volumes. Due to the tremendous response of "Dizazta Strikes" and the growing recognition of D.A.M. "The Problem and The Answer" Vol. I was released in over 2400 stores, Itunes, Google Play, CDBaby.com, BestBuy.com, Pay Pal, Amazon.com and many more locations.
The Dizazta Empire was born in Inglewood, Ca. but later grew legs and moved to the internet to gain a worldwide following. Steven Busch the CEO of the Empire started building the Empire in 1999 with a record label with a few new ideas that no industry was ready for. Steven had the bright idea to grow with the community and instead of waiting to give back, I could give back as we go forward. So we decided to give a percentage of the proceeds of everything sold from The Dizazta Empire will go to disaster nationwide.
From earthquakes, to floods, fires, homelessness, teen pregnancy, untimely deaths, paying for funerals, and much more. When you include the community on your quest you gain positive momentum which allows you to feel the satisfaction of knowing that you have a clean conscience about being honest in your work and helping out where you can. Our company looks for ways to help out and to find many ways to be of service. Once COVID-19 paralyzed the community, physically and economically we jumped into action and want to lend a helping hand.
As the numbers started to increase and the names slowly became just numbers. I wanted to reach out to those effected by this pandemic and give their family the memorial they deserve under the conditions. So since we have a television network, we decided to dedicate a channel just for those who lost the lives to COVID-19 or to anyone wanted to remember the loved ones since funeral services had changed so much. So a family could gather their loved ones memories and share them with DIZAZTA VISION and our team would edit, produce, and present their family member on television with a memorial video on demand for the whole world and family that could not make it to the service to view anytime.
We have multiple targeted markets since we caters to all generations, from grandmother to granddaughter. For one of our channels we have blended black and white footage of Duke Ellington and similar artists, with the colorful designs of a Dizazta Commercial and clothing merchandise, to be able to introduce this culture into the family of the rich and positive history that is needed at this timein our lives.
D.A.M has helped families with a wide array of problems - from helping parents pay for funeral expenses from the untimely death of a child, to assisting with housing options for families who have suffered catastrophic losses from tornadoes and hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Gustav. D.A.M has dedicated time and energy to soup kitchens, missions and homeless shelters across the country and has been very active with helping the international community as well. D.A.M partnered with Mohayi Corp of The Republic of Sierra Leone (West Africa) to help with purchasing farming equipment and medicines which helped to create jobs, feed people and save lives. D.A.M has created an email address, assistance@Dizazta.com, for those who need help to contact the record company with their story and request.
The Dizazta Empire started off as a record label in 1999 in Inglewood, Ca. As time passed I needed to have videos for the music that was being produced. After paying a third party company for product that I wasn't always happy with, I decided to save that money and start purchasing my own equipment. The only problem was I didn't know how to use it. But I was happy to have it, So I taught myself how to work the equipment and then later the software. The more experience I gained over the years people started to notice and liked what they saw. Before long I was filming wedding, funerals services, sporting events, graduations, corporate videos, real estate videos, and so much more. Being determined to have a vehicle to showcase not only my work, but the companies, the events, and the weddings that I had the privilege to be a part of, I wanted to expand that gift and give people the ability to share these event with family all over the world that couldn't make it to the event. Then with the COVID-19 I knew that I needed to make this a reality on a larger scale.
We need your help so we can do more for our communities. Dizazta, famed Hip Hop music artist and DAM label owner has released his 10th album, Eagles and Pigeons. Having gained international success with his first nine albums, Disaster Strikes, The Problem & The Answer box set (5 Volumes),Day of Disaster, The Calibration Album, and this tenth release has been met with a great deal of anticipation from fans.
We are asking that you review these albums for your publication. The increased exposure that you can give will allow D.A.M to do more and give to non-profit organizations a percentage of every album sale is donated to their various causes.