||Atlanta, Georgia, United States
||Hip hop, Southern hip hop, trap, R&B
||DJ, record producer
||Keyboards, Turntables, Sampler
||NZone Entertainment, Grand Hustle Records
||T.I., Kanye West, Luther Campbell, 2 Live Crew, JT Money and the Poison Clan, Ludacris, Game
Aldrin Davis (born c. 1970), professionally known as DJ Toomp, is a award-winning American record producer and DJ from Atlanta, Georgia. In the late 1980s, he was MC Shy-D's DJ and went on tour with him and the 2 Live Crew as they performed at various venues across the country with other artists such as N.W.A. and Ice-T. After MC Shy-D left Luke Records he DJ'd for JT Money and the Poison Clan. When the 2 Live Crew broke up he worked on an album with former group member Brotha Marquis, when he relocated to Atlanta called Indecent Exposure under the moniker 2 Nazty; the cover billed him as a member of the Poison Clan.
He rose to mainstream fame by working with southern rapper T.I., on his first four albums, and received critical acclaim in 2006 for producing T.I.'s hit single "What You Know", which peaked at #3 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, The song earned both Toomp and T.I. their first Grammy Award. More recently, he contributed production on Kanye West's Graduation, co-producing the singles "Can't Tell Me Nothing" and "Good Life" with West. Toomp and hip hop veteran Bernard Parks, Jr. have launched their own record label called NZone Entertainment.
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