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In 1989 the Def Dames signed a deal with the "Sedona Recording Company" a division of the Bertelsmann Music Group , and recorded their debut album, 2-4-The Bass . [2] The 2-4-The bass album was written and produced by Stephen "DJ Sparkle" Ewers. The "2-4-The Bass," album was the only album by the Def Dames that made the Billboards R&B Albums Charts to date. The "2-4-The Bass," album debuted at No. #76. The album's first single, "976-Boom," peaked at No. #19 on Billboard 's Hot Rap Singles chart, their highest chart appearance to date. The follow-up single, "Set it Off," peaked at No. #20. That same year, DJ Sparkle and The Def Dames performed live in concert at the Throw Down Fest 89 Dance Concert. The event was presented by North Side Records and Mix-Tapes, and powered by radio stations B95 ( FM) , and KUFW ( FM) . [3] The concert was held at the Visalia Convention Center . The Def Dames shared the stage with artist such as Bay Area performer Colin, Fresno freestyle performer Timmy T and Bakersfield's DJ. Sparkle was also among the performing acts; he took first place in the battle of the deejay's competition.

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