Dboi Da Dome
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Dboi Da Dome

Baltimore, Maryland, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2016

Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Established on Jan, 2016
Solo Hip Hop

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"Top 10 Baltimore Rappers"

DBoi Da Dome grew up near Pennsylvania Avenue in an area of West Baltimore known as “The Dome” hence his name. He quickly put aside his turbulent past of the street life behind to focus more on expanding his brand as a hip-hop Artist. His first street album A Dope Boi’s Dream raised quite a response not only for the lyrics, but a photoshoped image of a then rumored “dope boy” DBoi posing next to Martin Luther King, which the rapper refuted stating, “People think just because you come from the bottom that you can’t have a dream too. I’ve been through so much, but I believe in my dream just as strongly as he believed in his and that’s why I stood next to the King.” 2012 proved to be a year of more success gaining DBoi attention from label execs as well as the opportunity to open up for Bad Boy Recordings artist King Los. He also closed out the year dropping another project The Response, with the popular single “Taking Shots,” it’s evident DBoi has evolved as an artist. - XXL Magazine


"RAP ATTACK RADAR: DBOI DA DOME FEAT. STARRZ “TRASHBAGS”"

92Q Baltimore Radio Station - 92Q Radio One


"Dboi Da Dome"

Here’s a new Swagga Boy Los banger from the B’more clique called Baltimore. Los, Skarr Akbar, Smash, Starrz, Caddy Da Don, Travis Davon and Dboi Da Dome actually performed this track live on stage at the Sound Stage concert (3rd video). After the jump, you can listen to Baltimore by King Los. - http://www.bmorelos.com/tag/dboi-da-dome/


"We now have 'Black and Orange' as an Orioles anthem"

Since Wiz Khalifa released his chart-topping Pittsburgh anthem "Black and Yellow," we have been treated to a bunch of remixes from rappers across the country who are repping their hometown teams, including Mullyman's Ravens-themed "Black and Purple." Now Orioles fans have gotten their own anthem from Dboi Da Dome, E' From Da Wic and Jay Luv. We can all relate to "Orange and Black." Well, except for the parts about drinking purple stuff and pulling out guns on non-Orioles fans. But whatever. Check it out: - Baltimore Sun


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Still working on that hot first release.

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