Erique Dial

In 1988 Erique Dial aka E-RAZE played keyboards & made the samples on what may be considered his most successful work, RAZE "BREAK 4 LOVE" a single which sold 3 Million units world wide Re released 5 times by Champion Records between 1988-1994 breaking Top 30 each time.

Erique Produced & co wrote RAZE's "All 4 Love" the final RAZE single in 1990 fea. Lady J & The SEC which went straight in at 28 on the National Chart.

Erique Produced & co wrote "Let It Move U" under the name ESTB fea. MC Principal on the Famous Rap Hits Compilation, ZYX Records, Germany which fea. LL Cool J, MC Hammer & SNAP moving 500,000 units.

In 1991 Erique played keyboards on The Adventures Of Stevie V's "Jealousy"

In 1992 Eric Robinson enlisted Erique's help on the 1st solo album for Martha Wash formerly of the "Weather Girls" and C & C Music Factory.

Erique co-wrote and arranged "Hold On Part 2". Produced and co-wrote Oooh-Aaah with Leee John for the Imagination LP "The Facination Of The Physical" in 1993.

In 1996 Erique became the musical director for Byron Stingily X lead vocalist for Ten City. Performing "Everybody Get Up" & Feel Mighty Real" on Top Of The Pops, MTV & CDUK, touring until 1998-99.

In 1998, Erique was featured on Loop Da Loop "Hazel" on Manifesto / Mercury Records.The song hit No. 20 in Europe and the UK the video was on rotation on MTV, The Box & CDUK .


In 2011-13 Erique Dial aka E-RAZE moved to Barcelona, Spain playing select venues like La Terrazzza, BLVD, The Ocana, where he holds a residency "BROKE 4 LOVE" every 2 weeks Cera 23, Zentruas, Moog & Family.

Living in London since Jan 2015-2020 Erique has played sets at Promised Land, Labrynth, Memory Box Parties, Detached Boat Parties ,The Egg, Heaven, The Garage, House Of Wolf, Union Club, Diversion Parties, Sqaut Life, The Wick, OTC Festival and plays the London Underground scene to the present.

"Break 4 Love" is a song written, produced and recorded by Vaughan Mason RIP, vocals by Keith Thompson and sexual sound samples & keyboards by Erique Dial. It peaked at number 28 on the Pop Chart in the single sold 3 Million units worldwide and appeared on "50" compilations. Re-released 5 times by Champion Records between 1988-1994 breaking Top 30 each time it also hit the number position on the Billboard US Hot Dance Club Play chart in 1988. It is still considered a classic of the early house music genre. In 2005 "Break 4 Love" appeared in the video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, on the in-game radio station