Dean Burke, born on 2.4.1976. He has been featuring in many projects. His most famous appearances are on Highland ("Bella Stella", "Se Tu Vuoi" & "Veni Vidi Vici", being a front-man in Music Instructor (for example "Get Freaky") and Lunatics ("Caravan Of Love"). Dean has also been sideman for Ayman.
He has also release some solo songs as "My Life".
Raised in Munich, England and Berlin, Dean soon discovered his talent as a break dancer in England's schools in one of the usual/normal drama classes. His first class he enrolled in the age of 9 years. A few years later he began to make his first rhymes which are, in better form, giving the Triple-M crew the special note today.
His favorite bands are 666 and Master P., for which computer freak Dean is searching the internet continuously to look for new activities.
In 2005, he performed on the Sarah Connor album "Naught but nice", released in April 2005, where he featured on fantastic songs like "You're the kind of man" and "Change".
Further on, in October same year, the D!Nation song "Shut up and dance" was released where Dean is on and rapping.
In 2011 he appeared on the dream project "Legends & Diamonds" - Why Do I See Everything Twice with Say-On and Ray Horton.