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D.Black

D.Black

D.Black


D.Black began creating music at the age of five. His parents were pioneers in Seattle’s first rap groups The Emerald Street Boys and The Emerald Street Girls. After doing shows at local schools, community events and talent shows, D. Black while under the moniker of Danger began to release music on Sportn’ Life Records in 2002, in 2004 at the age of 18 he became co owner and co CEO of the label. 2006 brought him a substantial buzz in the Northwest with his debut CD; “The Cause and Effect”. Read more on Last.fm
D.Black began creating music at the age of five. His parents were pioneers in Seattle’s first rap groups The Emerald Street Boys and The Emerald Street Girls. After doing shows at local schools, community events and talent shows, D. Black while under the moniker of Danger began to release music on Sportn’ Life Records in 2002, in 2004 at the age of 18 he became co owner and co CEO of the label.

2006 brought him a substantial buzz in the Northwest with his debut CD; “The Cause and Effect”. D.Black continues to stay poised as he spearheads all upcoming projects released on the label. He has gained momentum with various singles both nationally and internationally with songs like “You Need a Thug” in 2003, “Something Special” and “Move” in 2005, and “Get at Me”, “Get Loose” and the Jake One produced “This Is Why” in 2006. The new sound coming from D.Black has taken more of an inspirational turn and he has definitely grown as an artist. His music now deals with the same issues as the first project, but in more of a soulful manner.

D.Black continues to grow as one of Seattles’ and the Northwest most talented artists. RECENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS: > finished and will soon release sophomore Project "Rejuvenation" > Appeared on the nationally released album by Jake One "White Van Music" • Asked to perform at some of Seattle’s most esteemed music festival, such as Bumbershoot Festival 2007 ,the 2007 Capitol Hill Block Party, Reverb Fest 2007 and Noise For The Needy 2008 • Nominated for the 2006 Seattle Mayor’s award for Excellence in Hip Hop • Debut CD sold over 5,000 copies regionally GIG HISTORY: D.Black currently performs an average of 3-4 shows a month in the NW region, and has performed over 250 shows. D.Black has opened for national recording artist such as; Nas Freeway Bun B Digital Underground Devin the Dude Blue Scholars Clipse Pety Pablo Boot Camp Click Mike Jones Andre Nikatina Jin the MC Paul Wall Do or Die Common Market Trey Songs And more HAS BEEN COMPARED TO: Jay Z , Common, Talib Kweli TWO WORD DESCRIPTION OF ARTIST: Spiritually talented Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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