In 1995, at the tender age of fifteen, Derek Christoff was already building a name for himself as D-Sisive at Toronto's Planet Mars open mic nights while further decimating the competition on the Eat the Beat freestyle battle segment of Mastermind's infamous radio show at CKLN 88.1 fm. His studies continued under the tutelage of Planet Pea and the rest of the Cryptic Souls Crew, sitting in - and soon participating - in recording sessions with the likes of Double Soul, DJ Serious and Abdominal. Three yeas later and D-Sisive was ready to release his debut EP, J.
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D-Sisive is the stage name of Derek Christoff, a prolific Canadian rapper, best known for his Juno Award-nominated EP The Book, his hit single "Nobody With A Notepad" (for which D-Sisive and collaborator Muneshine won SOCAN's fourth annual ECHO Songwriting Prize) and his 2009 Polaris Music Prize-nominated album Let the Children Die (which was launched by the success of "Nobody With A Notepad").