After graduating The Institute of Audio Research in 2005, Steve Dickey soon starting working at the infamous Daddys House Recording Studios owned by Mr. Sean Combs. Steve worked his way up from intern, to assistant, to chief engineer. At Daddys house he worked on a variety of projects some of which are; Danity Kane - Danity Kane and Welcome to the Dollhouse, Day 26 - Day26 and Forever and a Day, Gloria Estefan - 90 Miles, Jay Z - American Gangster, and Diddy - Press Play albums. More recently he has done mixes for French Montana, MGK, Red Café, Fabolous, and Diddy Dirty Money. He has also been called for engineer support on many a live show by a number of artists such as Chris Brown, MGK, and P Diddy. Steve is very much the “go too” engineer for many of today’s urban/pop artists.