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The best kept secret in music

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Marcus Berry bka "Dickalus Cage" nods his head as his signature song blares through enourmous speakers of his custom vehicle..Dickalus Cage Has earned his respect on the underground rap scene by lyrically battling his way to what we feel will quickly become superstardom..He is a pillar of the community, Mentoring the local youth on staying on the right path and staying focused.. - herald Palladium


An expired Mississippi driver's license is Terence Pullen's bka Super yes-d's only form of identification.
He didn't grab his Social Security card, birth certificate or much of anything else when he left his home in New Orleans and drove to his mother's house in Gulfport, Miss., so he could give her money to evacuate before Hurrican Katrina's arrival.
Super yes-d had only lived in New
Orleans for about a year after moving from Detroit and briefly staying on the Gulf Coast, Where his mother has called home since the early 1990's. The 30-year-old was working to establish himself in the music industry as a producer and was in the midsr of creating an album for His best friend and artist "Dickalus Cage", When he first heard of Katrina threatening New Orleans and the Gulf Coast.
At first Super yes-d's mother, Lonnie Pullen, said she planned to "stick it out" but as Katrina grew into a larger strom, the matriarch quickly changed her mind. So Super yes-d left his townhouse in New Orleans to assist his mother in evacuating.
While packing her clothes and other belongings, his mother said,
"We could lose everything."
Although she did not have flood insurance, Super yes-d assured his mother he would take care of her.
Along with one of her daughters and a young grandson, Lonnie Pullen left her house and drove to North Carolina to take shelter at her other daughter's home. Super yes-d stayed behind like many others.
After seeing his mother off, Super yes-d and his girlfriend drove the short distance to Biloxi to guard his music studio.
With nothing to board up the house, Super yes-d parked his custom SUV in front of the main window of the house. He also nailed thick blankets over windows to protect him and his girlfriend from flying objects and shattered glass. Then they waited for Katrina to hit.
"The wind was blowing like crazy," he said. "You could hear debris hitting the house. It just kept going, kept going.
Soon the ceiling started to leak and water began to creep into the house.
"At this point I realized I was going to lose everything." Super yes-d referring to the expensive music equipment and computer's he purchased.
By then Super yes-d's girlfriend was blaming him for staying there.
"She said that they were going to die becauwse of material things.
But Katrina spared their lives. After the storm moved away, Super yes-d and his girlfriend stepped outside .
"we looked down thye street," he said. " you could see massive damage like a atom bomb exploded. Everyone was out side like nomads. It was as if time stopped."
Then he could hear screams from people trapped in collapsed homes. Down the street was a pile of ruble that was once the home of an elderly woman who refused to evacuate.
After interviewing at the Daily Herald, Super yes-d said he planned to stop by the local temp agency to find work.
"Anything is better than nothing," he said.
- Daily Herald (11-02-05)


Discography

Albums

I'm An Idiot (2002)
I'm An Idiot(Radio)
Happy Father's Day
Here We Go Again (Idiot Part II)
Number 1 Champion(Radio)
Oh Ah(Radio)
and much more.....

Rest Assured (2004)
I'm Just Playing(Radio)
Happy Father's Day Part II
This Is My D$%k
Mind of A Soldier (Idiot Part III)
Number 1 Champion (remix)(Radio)
Insane(Radio)
Bird Man
and much more.....

Grand Opening (2006)
Grand Opening
Be in You Tonight(Radio)
Monster
Hotts for Me(Radio)
Go Head
and much more.....

Photos

Feeling a bit camera shy

Bio

Born under the government name Marcus Berry on December 5th, 1979 to Cynthia and Julius Berry, Dickalus Cage was soon to be the product of a broken home. As his mother struggled to make ends meet for her children, his father's flirtatious and irresponsible ways destroyed their family. While his father spent a great majority of his time and money tending to other women's children his own family was left neglected.

At an early age Dick developed behavioral problems which could easily be contributed to his single parent environment. A bastard child with no apparent escape he found comfort in music. With his innate talent and unwavering dedication, Dick soon proved to be an unstoppable musical force.

Upon graduation from Benton Harbor High, due to a lack of funds, Dick enrolled at Lake Michigan College where he pursued a degree in music education. Despite a 3.7 grade point average, Dick still felt incomplete. During this period in his life he decided to allow his heart to make a decision that his mind could not comprehend. He choose to leave college. Destined to be so much more than what his current course in life would allow, he took his future into his own hands.

Already lyrically inclined Dickalus decided it was time to take his talent to the majors. After a string of successful underground singles he entered a production deal with Yes-D, a multi-platinum production figure. This was only the beginning of his successes. Dick soon began to taste the stardom that his heart knew he was destined for. He was doing shows with multi-platinum artist such as Eve, Styles P from the Lox, and Sheek Louch who at one time headlined the prestigious Bad Boy record label owned by Sean "P Ditty" Combs. After meeting a successful promotor Dick was able to further show the world he was meant to be a figure in hip hop. He started opening for Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, and 50 Cent who create the super group known as the G-Unit, Dick also has also opened for Terror Squad, The Dirty Boys, and just recently Mobb Deep.

With his Third album, "Grand Opening", in the works Marcus Berry, after copious transformations is Dickalus Cage, which is a metaphor for "the truth locked down". Through adversity he has triumphed, through evil he has prevailed, and through it all he has succeeded. With stardom at his doorstep, we wish him well.

For booking contact us:

269-861-1014
770-899-0200
www.dickaluscage.com
www.myspace.com/dickaluscagefeaturingsuperyesd
dickaluscage@tmail.com
yesd2003@yahoo.com