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Zachary Rapp-Rovan

Canadian DJ and maker also called Hooks who’s most famous to be one half from the eclectic digital music duo Zed’s Deceased alongside Dylan Mamid. He’s the co-founder from the label Deadbeats, which as released music by performers like Freddie Gibbs. He grew up in Toronto, Canada. He fulfilled Dylan Mamid in 2004 and started producing music with him beneath the name Mass Productions. He received a stop and desist notice from Tobasco on the cover of his Warm Sauce EP. He was raised inside a musical family members. His track “Too Youthful” features Pusha T and Weezer’s Streams Cuomo.

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