After the release of Pre-Life Crisis, Dwight felt he overshot his own talent. In 2002, Count decided to make a more Hip Hop themed album, so he bought an Akai S-3000 sampler, and an MPC-2000 drum machine and quickly learned to create beats using samples. Dwight Spitz is Dwight's first leap into an album with a more traditional Hip Hop theme. The album features collaborations with Edan, J. Rawls, Dione Farris, and MF DOOM.
A deluxe edition was released on Count Bass D's Bandcamp on August 25, 2013 to celebrate the album's ten year anniversary. The deluxe includes 6 new bonus tracks.