Davincci

Davincci

BandHip HopWorld

Biography

Straight off the streets of Louisiana comes DAVINCCI, a genuine artist. A product of his environment, he narrates based upon pure experience, depicting a raw realism about life and the hustle of the streets from which he was created. DAVINCCI conveys such a strong delivery of story telling and clever wordplay that some have said he sounds a little overconfident. But let him tell it, "It's simply..'real talk'..period!"

When he opens his mouth, his deep voice creates music that unfolds to tell a story of the pain and struggles of his life. One could visualize through his words the enthusiasms and passion he has for grasping his piece of what life has to offer.

DAVINCCI's street swagger and authentic style has quickly made believers out of some the biggest players in the game. In his native Baton Rouge, and throughout the south, he has created nothing short of a movement. Having lost many things in his life - family, friends and time - DAVINCCI had a sense of urgency about his music.

"A lot of rap today says nothing and means nothing to anybody living in the slums (The Valley of Dry Bones). I'm not knocking anybody's flow but I can't feel what's in hip-hop today. Everybody's rapping but they're not saying anything. NWA, Biggie, 2Pac, Public Enemy all had something to say. Then when Eazy, Pac, and Biggie died, it was devastating. Eminem gave us a breath of fresh air and help revive hip-hop, but now I feel like it's my turn and I can do something for the cause.”

With the album in the chamber, ready to go, he now just has to prepare himself for the stardom that is sure to follow. "The toughest part has been getting used to being known," he confesses. Set to release his debut album on Way Of Life Entertainment, this dynamic entertainer is ready to deliver.

"I think people will really relate to my music. I didn’t come into this for the women, a wristwatch, or a car; I came into this game for the love of music. I spit real s---! I'm not gonna tell you what you wanna hear because it sounds good, I'm gonna give it to you raw."

"My main purpose is to show my love for the art form of hip-hop," he concludes. "I just wanna feed the streets good music."

Discography

Mastermind - 2006
songs streaming on http://cdbaby.com/cd/davincci

Set List

Usually about an hour of all original songs.