Although he was a hip hop artist and DJ, he was most famous for being an influential producer in hip hop music. He was the producer behind Poor Righteous Teachers, YZ, Blaque Spurm and The Funk Family . He has also produced tracks for DJ Muggs, Young Zee, Outsidaz, Pace Won, Blvd Mosse, King Sun, Scott Lark, and Shawn Lov.
Tony D was the first artist to have a record released on Mark Rae's burgeoning British Grand Central Records independent record label (then called Gone Clear Records). His other albums were released on Cha-Ching Records and 4th & B'way/Island/PolyGram Records, and he was a part of the group Crusaders For Real Hip-Hop, which released one album on Profile Records.
Apart from Tony D, Depula was also known professionally under the names Harvee Wallbangar and Grand Pubha Tony D.
Later in life, Depula hosted a weekly hip hop radio show on Princeton University's 103.3 FM, which aired in Central New Jersey.
- Music Makes You Move (1988)
- Euro-K (1990) (DJ mix)
- Droppin’ Funky Verses (1991) U.S. R&B #71
- Deja Vu, It's ’82 (with Crusaders For Real Hip-Hop) (1992)
- Flav (Beats) From The Cave (1994)
- Trenton Connection (1996) contains Come Back to you used on AIM Fabriclive.17
- Pound for Pound (September, 1997)
- Master of the Moaning Beats (2001)
- Revone - I'm Still Here (2002)