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DOUG LAZY

Doug Lazy is a House and Dance Music artist and producer from Washington, D.C. formerly on Atlantic Records. Lazy’s love for music and mixing began at age 13 with mixes specializing in tape editing which gave him the ability to totally transform songs. His mixes were later played on major radio stations which led to producing music. Lazy scored a number of house hits in the late 1980's and early 1990's on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart including three number one Billboard Dance hits: "Let It Roll", "H.O.U.S.E" and "Let the Rhythm Pump".

Lazy has worked with a number of artists including Marc Anthony, Louie Vega, Kenny Dope (Masters At Work), Fatboy Slim, Todd Terry, Stanley Clark, Bo Diddley, Ben E. King. Arthur Baker and many more. His music has been remixed by many artists and sampled in a number of movies most notably "Charlie’s Angels".

Doug Lazy, is also a nationally known radio personality with previous top shows, production, voiceovers, and imaging at WPGC in Washington, D.C., XM Satellite Radio also in Washington, D.C., 99 Jamz (with DJ Khaled) in Miami, FL and more recently, V103 in Atlanta, GA.

Lazy’s work has granted him access to perform in the hottest clubs, concerts and special events across the U.S. and in the UK. Lazy, recently teaming up with Quantize Records, DJ Spen and Thommy Davis, to release the House single “Church Clap”, is excited to return to performing and treating fans to great music.
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