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The artist known as Dirty “D” began his career as D.J. Dell with the group “Men of the Hour,” who signed a national recording contract with “On Top Records,” out of Miami, FL. Unfortunately the group did not stay together. Later deciding to pursue a solo career, Dirty released his first underground tape titled, “The Intro” which he sold out of the trunk of his 98. After “The Intro” he stepped back from the spotlight to develop his other needed talents such as becoming an accomplished musical producer and engineer. During the interim, he engineered and rapped on three other local albums that received national exposure: (1) Memphis Underground Hustlaz and (2) Criminal E & Underground Sam (both distributed by Select-O-Hits) along with (3) Arele (distributed by Free Toes /J.M.L. Records).

After completing the three album projects, Dirty “D” began developing his second album “Dirty Playa.” After extensive distribution pursuits paned out with no agreed results, Dirty took it back to the streets and sold the CD “Dirty Playa” out of the trunk; with the proceeds he started his own production company, “2 Raw Production, Inc.,” and produced a another single call “Here I Come!” Dirty “D” was one of the artists selected to perform in the New York City International Music Festival held in Miami, FL. As one of the winners from the Miami showcase, the outstanding entertainer was then invited to Los Angeles, CA and was featured in the NOHO- LA magazine (article found HERE) during the festival. This 2 Raw Playa representing the North, North Memphis, Tennessee area displays his own innovative rap style and produces other artists which are featured on his new songs titled “Hustled Tight” and “Down with L.D.N