David "Stock" Baird aka Stockmashin has worked with multi-platinum producers such as Dwight "Lil Skrapp" Reynolds (Usher, Justin Beiber, Whitney Houston), and Ian Little (Duran Duran) and has commanded crowds of 30,000 + at stadiums and festivals within the UK along with some of the hottest artists in the Industry. During his career while in the UK he has won two radio station contests with after performing live twice on 97.4 Rock FM radio. He then went onto having radio play twice on BBC Radio One to over 12 million listeners and accumulated over a million listeners on Independent Local Radio with his song "Bounce". From there Stockmashin appeared as a guest on BBC TV2 on the game show "Identity" starring Donny Osmond. He was then approached by Lukehits.com to submit his song "Bounce" for the film "White Chicks" starring the Wayans Brothers which went on to gross worldwide over $114 Million. Stockmashin continued to climb with a placement of his song "Black & Blue" on the DJ Green Lantern "Dirty Invasion" mixtape. Stockmashin then went on to release his own mix tape "Dust to Diamonds" showcasing a mix of UK producers, self-productions, and remixes. In 2011, Stockmashin landed on the red carpet in London at GQ Man of the Year Awards, BT Music Awards, and Alicia Keys Black Ball. During this time he partnered with Oil tycoon Farley Blackman "Farblack" to exploit their financial and creative energies towards mutual success. Since the partnership Stockmashin and Farblack have had a song placement in the Showtime Hit series "House of Lies". They now have a personal catalog of over 70 high quality songs and over 50 instrumentals ready for film and TV placement and sync.
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