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L.A.-based producer DJ Dahi has been making waves for a minute now, grabbing some high-profile placements on Kendrick Lamar's good kid, m.A.A.d city ("Money Trees") and Drake's Nothing Was The Same ("Worst Behaviour"). And his winning run continued this week with the release of ScHoolboy Q's Oxymoron, where Dahi produced the banger "Hell Of A Night." Dahi, who has been down with TDE since producing Q's "Sexting" record off Habits & Contradictions in 2012, has cultivated a solid relationship with hip-hop's hottest crew of late. "It's really kind of a blessing just to be able to have the opportunity to work with them from the start as they are starting to rise and get their recognition for their talent," he said in an interview with XXL this week. "Somehow, we got good chemistry, and we're definitely trying to keep making some dope, classic stuff."With Oxymoron out this week and Dahi's run of hit songs seemingly set to continue, XXL spoke to the producer about some of the most high-profile tracks of his career, from producing for Q and Kendrick, to working with Drake, to lacing up some magic for Dom Kennedy and Smoke DZA. Let the beat build. —Dan Rys (@danrys)
L.A.-based producer DJ Dahi has been making waves for a minute now, grabbing some high-profile placements on Kendrick Lamar's good kid, m.A.A.d city ("Money Trees") and Drake's Nothing Was The Same ("Worst Behaviour"). And his winning run continued this week with the release of ScHoolboy Q's Oxymoron, where Dahi produced the banger "Hell Of A Night." Dahi, who has been down with TDE since producing Q's "Sexting" record off Habits & Contradictions in 2012, has cultivated a solid relationship with hip-hop's hottest crew of late.

"It's really kind of a blessing just to be able to have the opportunity to work with them from the start as they are starting to rise and get their recognition for their talent," he said in an interview with XXL this week. "Somehow, we got good chemistry, and we're definitely trying to keep making some dope, classic stuff."

With Oxymoron out this week and Dahi's run of hit songs seemingly set to continue, XXL spoke to the producer about some of the most high-profile tracks of his career, from producing for Q and Kendrick, to working with Drake, to lacing up some magic for Dom Kennedy and Smoke DZA. Let the beat build. —Dan Rys (@danrys)
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DJ Dahi On Working With ScHoolboy Q, Kendrick Lamar And Drake

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