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Uploaded on Apr 7, 2007
Cam Lasley, born in 1982, first became interested in music when he played drums in the Junior High School band in Lake Oswego, Oregon. Before long he began writing his own thought provoking lyrics, as rap became his music of choice. In High School, Lasley was dubbed "Laz D" by former classmate, and current Atlanta Hawk, Salim Stoudamire, and the name has stuck. In 2005 he began writing the 14 tracks that make up the debut record "The Man Himself", which in 2006 was produced and recorded by Jack Gibson at the D Compound. Despite having Down syndrome, Laz D hasn't let the disorder deter him from writing and performing music, sending words of encouragement to everyone.