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The first promotional single from Haute Living was entitled "Everyday (Coolin')", features a verse from Eve, was produced by Joe Lindsay, and was released through on March 28, 2011. But they're all on the album in super amazing ways.
In an April 2011 interview with Paper Mag, Dean revealed that a few yet-to-be-released special collaborations will appear on the album including one titled "Skyscrapers" featuring Kanye West and Bono: "We got this song–it's me, Bono and Kanye on this one song called “Skyscrapers.” I recorded with Kanye in the studio and then I recorded with Bono in this actual studio right here. It's not like a compilation–it's a nice mixture of creativity.
The first offering, "DJ Play that Beat", featured Estelle, and was released on October 25.
Other Monster Monday tracks feature Rakim, Pusha T, DMX, Busta Rhymes, Pharrell and many more.
Dean then began producing major hip-hop songs released in 1998 such as "Banned from T. Stories, in 2002, he began to get noticed for his production style and interesting ideas, as well as his protege and artist, Cassidy, who also started to gain recognition for his ability as well.
V." by Noreaga, "Money, Cash, Hoes" by Jay-Z and more. The same year, Dean released two singles, "Guilty" and "Bigger Business", both of which charted on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.
A year later he sold his first beat to Ruff Ryders artist DMX, which became his chart-topping single "Ruff Ryders' Anthem".
In late 2007, in an interview with Format Magazine he had announced the title as Life After the Party saying: "The opportunities that I've got from doing my album (One Man Band Man) are much bigger than just producing.
A lot of things came from me being able to put a voice to my face.
Kasseem Dean (born September 13, 1978), known professionally as Swizz Beatz, is an American hip hop recording artist, DJ, record producer, art collector, and entrepreneur from New York City.
Born and raised in The Bronx, Dean began his musical career as a disc jockey (DJ). Stories, released in 2002, and later his debut studio album, One Man Band Man in 2007.