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The best kept secret in music


"Chuck D"

"pure, real talent" - Public Enemy

"Afrika Bambaataa"

"unstoppable" - Fan

"Grand Master Caz"

"The brothaz MAD original. He has perfected freestyle beyond the usual random, memorized babbling. D.A. SMART is the only freestyle artist that I have ever enjoyed." - The Cold Crush Brothers

"The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan"

"one of the greatest rappers to hit the scene. This young brother, you will hear of him by the grace of God. He is, in my judgement, the greatest rapper that I've ever heard. He is the first man that I know that will take scripture and truth and weld it together and put something out that will wake up people by the tens and thousands. Brother, may ALLAH bless you and guide you and protect you". - Leader of the Nation of Islam

"Wendy Day"

"D.A. SMART? Oh my God, He is NO Joke! - Rap Coalition

"MC Serch"

"Wake up and put this SUPER STAR on! He's about to Blow no question!" - V.P. Wild Pitch Records


"He's Dope! He be saying some sh*t! And off the top of his head!" - V.P. Polygram Records


"On point" - Billboard


2004 - Atonement Day 2004
2004 - Black People Ain't Prejudice We Just Mad
2000 - One in A Million
1999 - Fuck Tha World
1997 - Walk With Me


Feeling a bit camera shy


D.A. SMART - The Black Terror

A Chicago land rap artist has the proclamation of being intuitively smart, hardcore and street wise. The artist has been on the rap scene since 1982 - verbally battling on street corners, in city projects, and widely throughout the world of hip-hop.

Smart was born September 23 --- in Roseland Community h
Hospital (Chicago’s wild - wild hundreds)...a birthplace that was a sure sign of his inherent and unbridled spirit. Raised with three siblings, in a single family housing complex by his mother Mable Jean, Smart undoubtedly developed his style of rap, street mentality, and street justice from both street and home life in and around the Robert Taylor homes or Vulture City.
The street or more specifically the realities of life has always been an inspiration. D.A. acknowledges he is a rebel - always rebelling, he says, against the "injustice of the system" - but learned to channel the energy creatively by writing, arranging and composing lyrical verbiage to send a message of hard-core truth, encouragement, direction and inspiration.

D.A. most recently performed at Minister Louis Farrakhan’s "2004" Atonement Day Celebration" appearing with artist such as Syleena Johnson, Stephanie Mills, Public Enemy, Ja Rule, and Bizzy Bone.

He brought everyone in attendance to their feet while bringing forth a strong message of cultural solidarity and awareness; ending his performance - powerfully - with "Black People Ain't Prejudice We Just Mad".


- Million Man March on Washington D.C.
- The Jenny Jones Show
- Founder/Coordinator B.O.I. "Boys of Islam"
- Independent Film Appearance: When Thugs Cry
- Museum of Science and Industry: Hip Hop Wall of
- Video Appearances: Million Man March, One
Million Strong
- Radio Commercials: McDonalds, Pizza Hut,
Gatorade, Baby Ruth, A-1 Steak Sauce, Nabisco,
- TV Commercial: 227 (CBS)
- Host of Local & Nationwide Appearances