Dee Nasty

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DJ Dee Nasty
OriginParis, France
GenresFrench Rap
Years active1981–present

Dee Nasty (Born 1960) is a DJ, producer, and Hip-Hop pioneer in Paris, France. Dee Nasty, the Parisian father of Hip Hop, is one of Radio Nova’s original DJs. Dee Nasty is best known for producing France’s first Hip Hop record.[1]


Daniel "Dee Nasty" Bigeault began his DJ'ing career back in 1981 after discovering Hip-Hop back in 1979. By 1985, he was already forming a formidable reputation both promoting and producing Hip Hop music. By 1987 he became internationally recognized at the DMC World DJ Championships. He was also DMC Champion of France from 1986 to 1988. He followed up with becoming the European DMC Champion in 1990. He has continued to work in the French Hip-Hop scene featuring prominently on many releases.


  • "Panam City Rappin" (1984)
  • "Scienz of Life" (1999)
  • "Nastyness" (2001)
  • "Underground Forever" (2004)


  • "Planète Mars" IAM (Track 2 - Keep on scratching) 1993
  • "Fighting Spirit" Manu le Malin (Track 7 - Mutation) 2002
  • "TR-303" Triptik (Track 2 - Hip hop) 2003
  • "Future School" AMS Crew (Multiple Tracks) 2005


  1. ^ Latz, Vincent. "Biography: Deenasty". AMG. Retrieved 7 May 2010.