|Birth name||Dan Singer|
|Also known as||Lord Ezec|
|Genres||Hip hop, Hardcore Punk, Rapcore|
|Labels||Suburban Noize Records, Hellcat Records|
|Associated acts||Crown of Thornz, Skarhead, Icepick, Transplants, La Coka Nostra, Daddy X, James Ismean, The ShotBlockers|
Danny Diablo a.k.a. Lord Ezec is an underground recording artist focusing mainly in the worlds of hardcore punk and hip hop. He has fronted the hardcore bands Crown of Thornz and Skarhead and is known for his heavily tattooed image and his Queens-bred thug lifestyle.
Dan Singer was born in Manhattan, New York. He was the first of three children of a Puerto Rican woman from the East River Houses of Spanish Harlem and a Brooklyn-born, Polish-Jewish beat cop from her neighborhood.
Danny was a street kid who started writing graffiti at an early age and made a name for himself on the streets as a tough guy. His street name or graffiti tag was Lord Ezec.
Danny was stabbed with an 8-inch screwdriver and almost died in 1993. He was almost charged by the court because of the beating the stabber took. He spent almost two months at St. Vincent's Hospital in Manhattan.
Diablo was also arrested for attempted murder in 1998 and swore to change his life with music when he was released.
Diablo is a father to his son Dillinger Moses Singer who was born December 10, 2008. Dillinger's mother is Natasha Nicholson, who is also a singer, model and songwriter. Natasha Nicholson's father is Michael Horse, an American Indian musician, actor, jeweler, painter, sculptor and activist.
Danny has done modeling for many clothing companies. He has been in numerous magazines on covers and in ads. He is now working with Tribal Clothing, Joker Clothing, and Methods NYC, and has a clothing company called "Lord Ezec Street Wear" & is part of the clothing line "Hatewear".
Singer has been in full-length movies, shorts and has directed and starred in several music videos.
|Year||Album title||Tracks quantity||Label|
|2003 (re-issued in 2007)||The Street CD Volume 1||20||COUNT|
|March 22, 2005||Street C.D. Volume # 2 (as Danny Diablo a.k.a. Lord Ezec, hosted by D.J. Cos)||26||Stillborn Records|
|October 11, 2005||Hardcore 4 Life E.P.||6||La Salle Records|
|August 14, 2007||Thugcore 4 Life||12||Suburban Noize|
|August 29, 2008||Hardcore 4 The Coldhearted||55||Countdown Records|
|March 13, 2008||When Worlds Collide (as Danny Diablo Vs. The Vendetta)||12||Swell Creek|
|October 6, 2009||International Hardcore Superstar||15||Epitaph / Hellcat Records|
|2012||The Blood Of Eden||20||Durty Mick Records / ILL-ROC Records|
|June 8, 2016||Dollerz Make Sense||10||Knives Out Records|
With Crown Of Thornz
- 1996 - Mentally Vexed
With Matty Pasta, Brett Evans, Laurens Kusters as Skarhead
- 1999 - Kings At Crime
- 2009 - Drugs, Music And Sex
- 2011 - Kickin It Oldschool
With Jamey Jasta, Wayne Lozinak, Frank Novinec as Icepick
- 2007 - Violent Epiphany
With Skriptkeeper, Tony Slippaz as FTW
With Wilding Incident
|2001||"Unified"||Biohazard, Roger Miret, Puerto Rican Mike||Uncivilization|
|2004||"Spit My Rage"||Terror, Jamie Jasta||One With The Underdogs|
|"Watch Your Back"||Necro||The Pre-Fix For Death|
|2005||"Unstoppable"||Subzero||The Suffering Of Man|
|2007||"Put 'Em Up"||Big B||More To Hate|
|2008||"Nothing To Prove"||H2O||Nothing To Prove|
|"Desperados"||Riviera Regime, Necro||Real Soldierz Ride|
|2013||"Go Fuck Yourself"||Deez Nutz||Bout It!|
Singer co-produced and executive produces of some of his own songs and albums under the moniker Lord Ezec. In 2008, Singer produced the entire Skam Dust's "Son Of Skarhead" EP for Eulogy Recordings and also made additional vocal appearances along with Natasha Nicholson, Ceekay Jones, Jay R, Grizz, Prince Metropolitan.
- Russian all-movie website with "The Crack Down" movie page
- "Danny Diablo | Album Discography | AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 2016-11-13.
- "FTW - The World is Fucked (limited editon cd), by FTW". Danny Diablo. Retrieved 2016-12-03.
- "Danny Diablo | Credits | AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 2016-11-13.
- "Son of Skarhead - Skam Dust | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 2016-11-13.