Top Songs

Albums




Singles & EPs







Compilations







About DJ Fury

Amid the many artists contributing to the largely undocumented Miami bass scene centered on Joey Boy Records in the 1990s, DJ Fury certainly stands out as a major talent, as part of Bass Patrol and also as a solo artist. Born Brian Graham in Sanford, a small town in central Florida, Fury began his music career as a breakdancer and soon after moved to house-party throwing. He spent some time in the U.S. Air Force soon afterward and earned enough money to buy production equipment. He then began collaborating with rapper RX-Lord (Robert Lewis) as Bass Patrol and signed to Miami's preeminent bass label, Joey Boy. In addition to annual Bass Patrol releases (later compiled on a series of best-of collections), Fury also released solo albums: Bass Man (1992), This Is the Way It's Done, Not the Way It Should Be Done (1994), Back 2 da Bassics (1996), and a Greatest Hits collection (1996). After a few low-profile years, Fury resurfaced in the early 2000s with a comeback album, Still Blowin' Speakers (2000), and his own label, Full Moon Records. ~ Jason Birchmeier

HOMETOWN
Stanford, FL
GENRE
Dance

Similar Artists

NOW PLAYING