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Dirty Dave

Dirty Dave

Dirty Dave


Since the release of his first singles “Fast Lane” featuring Gucci Mane, Slycka Slyck, & Lil Ru and “Goin’ Ham,” also featuring Gucci Mane, this Charleston, SC native’s classic mixtape, “No Mo Mista Nice Guy,” has put the streets and clubs on fire. After a few compilation releases under his own label, Dirty Dollar Entertainment, Dirty Dave decided it was time to take over a bigger audience, so he called upon Gucci Mane, Lil Ru, Pastor Troy, and few other independent artists for his debut release. Read more on Last.fm
Since the release of his first singles “Fast Lane” featuring Gucci Mane, Slycka Slyck, & Lil Ru and “Goin’ Ham,” also featuring Gucci Mane, this Charleston, SC native’s classic mixtape, “No Mo Mista Nice Guy,” has put the streets and clubs on fire. After a few compilation releases under his own label, Dirty Dollar Entertainment, Dirty Dave decided it was time to take over a bigger audience, so he called upon Gucci Mane, Lil Ru, Pastor Troy, and few other independent artists for his debut release. The success of Dirty Dave’s singles landed him on one of the biggest tours of 2011, The Loud Pack Tour, featuring award winning producer, Drumma Boy. Since the project’s release and after months of touring, Dirty Dave has gotten back to work in the studio with scores of big names with plans to release three mixtapes in 2012. The first of those will be “1001 Ways To Get Paid.” Production on the tape is likely to include beats from Drumma Boy, Mercy and Daron with feature duties being handled by Gucci Mane, Rocko, Chubbie Baby, Bun B & Gorilla Zoe.

The tape, which drops the 1st week of February will be hosted by DJ Scream & the infamous Bigga Rankin. The first single off of “1001 Ways To Get Paid” is the Mercy-produced “I Got A Sack” which is currently impacting radio in the Midwest and Southeast. Recently, DD brought his ‘sack’ to V103′s “Toyz N Da Hood” toy giveaway, donating hundreds of dollars worth of toys for the cause in both Atlanta and Charleston. Dirty Dave came from nothing so he is only too happy to share the spoils of his success with those less fortunate. It is this mindset, along with his drive and talent that ensure Dirty Dave’s sack will stay full. Read more on Last.fm.

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