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If anyone’s going to win an award for the hardest working man in Drum & Bass, it’ll probably be Pascal. One of the original Ganja Kru alongside long time business partner DJ Hype, Pascal helped found and establish an empire that reaches into every corner of the globe. Rewinding a little though, Pascal started out his musical career following in the footsteps of Hip Hop DJs like Jazzy Jeff and Cash Money, recording his own material by cutting up records onto a four track.

His love of Hip Hop and Electro inspired a lifetime of devotion to the art of DJing and production, and like so many of D&B’s finest, followed a path that lead him to a new era in musical expression, Rave. Initially dismissive of Acid House, Rave’s older, and in Pascal’s opinion, less interesting brother, he was attracted by the chopped breakbeats and Hip Hop sampling attitude that had started to make its way into the music. It wasn’t long before Pascal had thrown himself in at the deep end and began to produce his own interpretations of Rave music, dropping a few white labels under the guise of Bad Influence before forming Face Records with another legendary Jungle name, Sponge.

Although relatively short lived, Face Records dropped a series of hot Jungle tracks and spawned another of Pascal’s most recognised aliases, Jonny Jungle. It was around this time that another rising star of the underground British music scene started to catch onto what Pascal was doing, and before long DJ Hype had brought him over to Suburban Base, where under the name Jonny Jungle he released the now infamous ‘Jonny’, a disturbing walk on the breakbeat dark side that is instantly recognisable even today.

Following an amicable split with Sponge, Pascal went on to start up Frontline, a label which has seen such undisputed classic as ’6 Million Ways To Die’ and ‘P-Funk Era’, tracks which still regularly feature on compilation CDs boasting to contain the very best of archetypal Drum & Bass anthems. At the same time as Pascal’s personal project was kicking off, DJ Hype expressed an interest in starting his own label, and with Pascal’s help launched Ganja Records, a venture which led on to the vast global empire the pair preside over today.

After a few highly successful years, which included the release of the ‘Still Smokin’ LP, a collaborative project which is still highly sought after by vinyl collectors worldwide, Pascal and Hype linked up with DJ Zinc to form the Drum & Bass supergroup of the time, the Ganja Kru. Their subsequent deal with RCA propelled Pascal and his production partners into the Drum & Bass mainstream and allowed each artist the opportunity to become renowned on a global scale for their individual skills both in the studio, and out on the road, extensively touring and DJing across the world.

As the collective reaped the rewards of their collaborative works, Pascal’s series of solo releases on True Playaz, Ganja and his own Frontline cemented his already strong personal reputation as a producer while the labels’ achievements paid massive homage to his hard work and dedication behind the scenes. By 2002 the unshakable team that is Hype and Pascal decided it was time to take their empire to the next level and they launched Real Playaz. Initially comprised of Ganja and Frontline, Real Playaz is a vehicle to bring all of the pair’s projects together under one roof, with one strong identity.

In recent years Pascal has chosen to concentrate on running Real Playaz. With Hype controlling the A&R and the public face of the Real Playaz kingdom, Pascal is responsible for everything else, from the general day-to-day running of the business, to implementing the long term goals they set for themselves. Despite choosing to take a step back from the studio and concentrate on the business end of things however, Pascal’s love for smashing up dancefloors has never diminished and you can still catch him travelling the world and showing hordes of D&B lovers just what he can do with a pair of Technics, and as his residency at London superclub Fabric proves, he’s still got what it takes to rock a party with a massive bag full of Playaz, Frontline and Ganja dubplates!

Now managing a host of labels under the Real Playaz banner, including LiqWeed Ganja, Ganja-Tek, the runaway success of 2007, Playaz, and with a planned Real Playaz clothing line for 2008, there truly is no stopping Pascal, and it’s clear from the public reaction that commitment and a love for what you do pays off.

Releases from Pascal

Various Artists – Dubplate Killaz
DJ Hype J Majik & Wickaman - Look to the Future
DJ Hazard - World of Darkness
Phantasy Shodan & UK Apache - Gimme Da Gal (Drumsound & Bassline Smith Remix)
Pascal & Monty - Dub Fe Dub
Potential Badboy - You’re Mine
DJ Hazard - Bubbles
Potential Badboy & Ebony Dubsters - Warn Ya
DJ Hazard - It’s Here
Potential Badboy - Crowd Says Reload
DJ Hype - Original Foundation (Majistrate Remix)
Potential Badboy - Terror to your Ears
DJ Hype J Majik & Wickaman - Dubplate Killa
DJ Hazard - Afraid of Us
DJ Hype - No One
DJ Hazard - Human Mind
DJ Hazard - Real Shit
DJ Hype - You Must Think First (Shimon Remix)
DJ Hazard - Enuff iz Enuff (VIP)
Potential Badboy - Let Loose
Potential Badboy - Sun is Shining Bright
Various Artists – True Playaz in the Mix Vol 3
Pascal - P-Funk 2004 (Movin Fusion Remix)
DJ Hazard - Power Up
DJ Hype - Mother F**ker
Friction & Nu Balance - Robocop
DJ Hazard - Evac Q 8
DJ Zinc - Troll
Pascal - Johnny 2003 (BC Remix)
DJ Hazard - Imagination
DJ Hype - Peace Love & Unity (Remix)
Nightwalker - Head Nod
DJ Zinc - Ska (Remix)
Hive - Last Call
Pascal - Bounce It
DJ Hype - True Playaz Vibe
Friction & Nu Balance - Bogeyman
Potential Bad Boy - 123 Go
Pascal - Hustler
Various Artists – Old Skool Classic Mix
DJ Hype & Ganja Max - Rinse Out
Bonafide - Superbad
DJ Hype - Tiger Style
H.M.P - Runnins
DJ Hype - On Dat Dust
Rude Bwoy Monty - Warp 9 Mr Zulu
DJ Hype & Ganja Max - Pum Pum Must Smoke Ganja
Pascal - Reality
DJ Hype - Cops
Pascal - P-Funk Era
DJ Hype - You Must Think First
Rude Bwoy Monty - Steppas Anthem
DJ Hype - Fade Away
Pascal - Funkadelic
Dopeskillz - 6 Million Ways
DJ Hype - Mash Up The Place
Various Artists – Playaz4Real
DJ Zinc - Casino Royale
Pascal - Sky
DJ Hype - All I Have
Fellowship - Dark Flower Remedy
DJ Zinc - 174 Trek
Pascal - Keep It Real
DJ Hype - End Situation
Eskobar - Right Here
DJ Zinc - Pitcher
Pascal - Rollplay
DJ Hype - Welcome
The Outfit - Cleancut
DJ Zinc - Disturbed
Pascal - Cool Manouvre (Danny Breaks Remix)
DJ Red - Everything Has Changed (Remix)
Shimon - Midnight Run
DJ Zinc - Sea of Tranquility
DJ Hype - Dead A’s
Pascal - Step Up
DJ Hype - Tuff Enough
Various Artists – True Playaz in the Mix Vol 2
Freestyles - Stronger
Pascal - Favours
DJ Zinc - Bring The Danger
DJ Swift - Reload
DJ Hype - Closer To God
Nut Nut - Take Control
DJ Zinc - Pink Panther (Remix)
DJ Hype - Only One Life
DJ Zinc - Toothbrush
DJ Hype - Peace Love & Unity (Remix)
The Ganja Kru - Forbidden Fruit
Pascal - Serious Sounds (VIP)
DJ Hype - Jump
DJ Zinc - Local Motion
Pascal - Who Can Draw
DJ Zinc - Stretched
Pascal - P-Funk 2000
Pascal – A New P-Funk Era
Pascal - P-Funk 2000
Pascal - Serious Sounds (VIP)
Pascal - The Calm
Pascal - Chinese Whispers
Pascal - Smooth Terrain
Pascal - Downtown Exposure
The Ganja Kru – F**k the Millennium EP
The Ganja Kru - Move On
The Ganja Kru - Science
The Ganja Kru - Forbidden Fruit
The Ganja Kru - Pink Panther (Runaways Remix)
The Ganja Kru - Noise
The Ganja Kru - Politrix
The Ganja Kru - Species
The Ganja Kru - Ghetto Brother

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