DJ Pain 1

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DJ Pain 1
Birth name Pacal Alejandro Bayley
Born (1983-10-21) October 21, 1983 (age 31)
Origin Madison, Wisconsin, USA
Genres Hip hop
Occupation(s) Record producer, disc jockey
Instruments Keyboard, sampler
Years active 2006–present
Associated acts Sole, I-20 (rapper), Public Enemy (group)
Website djpain1.info

Pacal Bayley (born October 21, 1983), better known by his stage name DJ Pain 1, is an American record producer and DJ from Madison, Wisconsin. He has produced for artists such as Young Jeezy, 50 Cent, Schoolboy Q, Kállay Saunders, Mavado,[1] Gucci Mane,[2] Jim Jones,[3] Sole[4] and more.

Career[edit]

DJ Pain 1, the producer SPIN Magazine online referred to as a "beat-master,[5]" placed his first major composition with Young Jeezy on the album The Recession.[6] The album went on to sell over 900,000 copies domestically earning Bayley an RIAA Gold Certification.[7][8] He is also known for his music production and promotion tutorial videos on YouTube as well as the free sample and sound kits he releases regularly.

Since earning his gold record, Pain 1 has composed tracks for numerous artists, earned a Master's Degree in the field of Applied English Linguistics, released both a mixtape series entitled "Painkillerz" as well as an instrumental series entitled "Undressed Instrumentals," and continuously tours the U.S. as an official tour DJ for Coast 2 Coast LIVE.[9] From the year 2008 until the year 2012, Pain 1 hosted Madison, Wisconsin's first FM Hip-Hop mixshow on WJQM (93.1 Jamz).

In 2014, he released the album Death Drive with Anticon co-founder Sole,[4] following a series of collaborations in 2013, including "Insurgent Rap", "Don't Riot" and "I Think I'm Emma Goldman".

Discography[edit]

2008[edit]

Young Jeezy: "Don't Do It"

  • 2008 Billboard R&B/Hip Hop Albums [10]

Stat Quo: "Styling," "B.A.N.," "Bad Man"

Emilio Rojas: "Like a Drummer"

2009[edit]

Young Chris: "Here I Come"

Yo Gotti: "Save Da Trap"

Goddes and She: "Love Machine," "Respect My Fresh," "Blue in the Face," and "Drum Circle"

Alfamega: "Round One"

2010[edit]

Lil Chuckee featuring 2Chainz and Yo Gotti: "Big Money Talk"

Lil Chuckee: "Road to Success"

Smoke DZA: "Ginger"

Roccett featuring Dae One: "I'm the Shit"

Rebstar featuring Ray J: "I Like it"[11]

Chuck D: "Tear Down That Wall"

I-20: "Still Grinding"

Vado and Mavado: "M.A.V.A.D.O. (Fly Again)"

Vivian Green: "Search is Over"

Snow tha Product: "Fresher Than a Mug"

2011[edit]

Kool G Rap: "The Fix"

Rebstar: "Down"

USDA featuring Young Jeezy: "CTE or Nothing"

Mistah Fab featuring Tiggy: "That's My Chick"

Jim Jones: "Crash"[3]

Masspike Miles: "Making Love," "Ur Kind"

Meek Mill featuring Masspike Miles, Pill, Magazeen, Triple C's: "Love This City"

Smokes featuring Joell Ortiz and Rain: "Roots"

Rain: "Magic Hour Two (entire album)"

I-20 featuring Gudda Gudda: "Hood Shit"

I-20 featuring The Outlawz: "War Shit"

I-20: "100 Percent," "Beautiful Bitch," Throw it Out"

Shyne featuring Gucci Mane: "Trunk Full"

New Boyz: "Back Seat (Official Urban Remix)"

Black Rob featuring Sean Price: "No Fear"

Papoose featuring Nathaniel: "King of the Hood"

Vado: "What's Poppin'" "All the Drama"

2012[edit]

50 Cent feat. Schoolboy Q: "Can I Speak to You"

Rain: "Magic hour 3 ("Intro," "Down Low," "I'll Stay," "Kick it Over Here," "You Were Here,")"

GT Garza, Scooby, Kirko Bangz, ProPain, Greezo, Brian Angel: "Living To Die"

Masspike Miles: "Say Hello to Forever"

Young Buck featuring Cruna: "Personal"

Soulja Boy: "Reppin' for the Ocean"

PTE featuring Gorilla Zoe: "Work"

Jim Jones: "Top of the Year"

Huey: "Feel it"

Doughboy featuring Huey: "100"

Mistah Fab: "Bishop"

Fred the Godson, Mistah FAB and Ya Boy: "Killin' These Rap Niggas"

Scotty Boi: "To the Money," "Fuego"

Public Enemy: "Evil Empire of..."

Public Enemy: "Hoover Music"

Ransom: "Insanity"

Chi Ali featuring Maino: "Baby Sky"

Chi Ali featuring Mysonne: "Girls Around Me"

2 Pistols: "My Life"

Kállay Saunders: "Tonight"

Joe Budden: "Pain Won't Stop"

King L featuring Pusha T and Juicy J: "My Hoes They Do Drugs"

Bo Deal: "If Tomorrow Never Comes," "Get Paid."

2013[edit]

The Game, Jadakiss, Styles P & AR-16: "Last Supper"

Jaheim: "I Found You"

Kirko Bangz: "For My Niggaz"

Doe B: "God Flow"

Young Buck: "Compare Me"

Loaded Lux: "Million Dollar Dreaming," "Jammin'," "Takes Two"

Black Rob: "About Me"

I-20 featuring Fiend: "Live It Up"

Adrian Marcel: "Raphael Saadiq Intro"

Mysonne featuring Chi Ali and Nathaniel: "Came From Nothing"

Winners Circle featuring Nipsey Hussle: "Runner Up"

Doughboy, Jibbs, Huey, Tef Poe, Trixie and Vega: "100 (remix)"

Masspike Miles: "Whispering Tears"

Euroz: "Purple Clouds"

2014[edit]

Slaughterhouse: "Offshore"

Lil Bibby feat. Kevin Gates: "We Are Strong"

Joe Budden feat. Emanny: "Alive"

Joe Budden feat. Ransom: "Vietnam"

Joe Budden feat. Ransom and Tsu Surf: "Nothing Changes"

D Lux featuring Ace Hood: "Bomb Bomb"

2 Pistols featuring OJ Da Juiceman: "Lingo"

Young Buck & Highside: "Strapped"

Sole: Death Drive (full album)

D Lux featuring Project Pat: "Tryna See U"

D Lux featuring Paul Wall: "She Bout Her Money"

Chuck D and Mavis Staples: "Give We The Pride"

Frenchie featuring Trae Tha Truth: "Birds and Keys"

Public Enemy: "People Get Ready"

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