The Dix is a fictional R&B group from a fictional place called Compton, New York. Its real members are producer Prince Paul, Mr. Len, Mr. Dead and Don Newkirk. Their album, The Art of Picking Up Women, is influenced by both classic funk and soul music as well as contemporary styles such as hip hop and raggamuffin. The album's CD is packaged with a bonus DVD which features a mockumentary about the group.

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  • The Dix is a fictional R&B group from a fictional place called Compton, New York. Its real members are producer Prince Paul, Mr. Len, Mr. Dead and Don Newkirk. Their album, The Art of Picking Up Women, is influenced by both classic funk and soul music as well as contemporary styles such as hip hop and raggamuffin. The album's CD is packaged with a bonus DVD which features a mockumentary about the group. (en)
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  • December 2009
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  • The Dix is a fictional R&B group from a fictional place called Compton, New York. Its real members are producer Prince Paul, Mr. Len, Mr. Dead and Don Newkirk. Their album, The Art of Picking Up Women, is influenced by both classic funk and soul music as well as contemporary styles such as hip hop and raggamuffin. The album's CD is packaged with a bonus DVD which features a mockumentary about the group. (en)
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  • The Dix (en)
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