Fizical Danger (also known as DJ/Producer Basslinefiz) started his musical career listening to his parents playing their favourite reggae records in the living room. He would spend his pocket money on records after from Record Village (Walthamstow), Rhythm Division (Bow), & Blackmarket Records (Bm Soho) after school, writing 16 bar radio lyrics in his bedroom, and practising them in the playground with his friends.
As his record collection was increasing by the week with multiple genres of music from Jungle/House n Garage/Hip Hop, he convinced his parents to buy him a set of decks to practise mixing. During his school summer holidays in 2001 he attended “/Islington Summer University/" to learn Cubase on a music production course, also to further his skills as a DJ/MC he enrolled on a DJ Skills and Inner City Beats Course.
After realising he had a passion for the Media & Music world in 2002 he completed a DV8 Course in Magazine Journalism producing the Fusion Magazine, where he learnt important Journalism skills, interviewed Grime Legend MC Stormin (R.I.P.), and took part in an Exclusive Puma Photoshoot. Then in 2003 he successfully completed the DV8 Music and Events Training Programme, learning the business side of music, he also met other musicians, and organised an event at the end.
The progression took place when he started taking his productions to dj sets to test his mixdowns, and was focused more as a artist after he brought his own recording equipment to set up the DappaDan Studio.
He went on to record his debut 28 track mixtape “/Nothing to Something/", it was a mixture of grime/hip hop, which helped build the fanbase while networking on Myspace. After getting a good response from “/Nothing to Something/" He started working on his next project, filmed his very first music video, then followed up with his second video “/Award Shows/" the following year, the video got aired on Channel A.K.A., he performed it Live on Gamo Speng's Choicefm (Capital Xtra) show. After receiving positive feedback he released a limited amount of copies of Award Show's on Vinyl/CD, things were picking up and he began to start producing bit more then vocaling. Since then (Alter ego) producer “Basslinefiz” was born!!
Aswell as learning how to play the piano, he's played on numerous London pirate stations (Ontopfm, Touchfm & Laylowfm + More), Doing sets with Devilman, Hood Soldiers, & Ozzie B (Morefire Crew/Fire Camp), he's also been active conducting Radio interviews, performing at events, and released I Love the Weekend Vol.1. With merchandise.
In July 2017 his summer hit I Love the Weekend received over 19k views on his Vevo channel, Top 10 in New Music Chart in July 2017 in Music Week Mag along with an exclusive spin on BBC Radio 1/ 1Xtra by Matt Jam Lamount on his Takeover show. The song continued to get massive support from Rinsefm, Reprezent and Radar Radio. The momentum didn't stop there! In September he started promoting his single Hold You Back officially released in October, reached over 20k views on Vevo, Top 20 in the New Music Chart in Ocrober and November 2017 in Music Week Mag and was played on BBC 1Xtra's Sian Anderson guestmix show by Star One. Living Dreams the EP Part 1 is due for release this summer on all digital platforms, it's exciting times!!