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"9/10 Rating StreetCred Magazine May 2006"

"Darnell Brown is fun, entertaining and different, with his own sound and a image ya gonna love. Check out his tracks. This will appeal to the youth big time. This brother has performed at the McConell Theatre in Washington, the Rainbow room in Seattle, and has supported Snoop Doggy Dogg and The Game at their after party at the Seahawks Exhibition Center. His radio play is on heavy rotation on Kube 93, 1580am Los Angeles, and recently getting balsted by Sony/BMG street teams Mystikle Blue on Hot 92 radio UK. D-Shokk graduated high school, served in the Marines, and now D-Shokk has decided to put his heart in music, and is getting big interest from modeling agencies with his sexy looks. D-Shokk is tight, and your gonna hear a lot from this brother, smooth, intellectual, charismatic, and entertaining. He is your man. - Street Cred Magazine- Mark Dewayne


Mirage- (Undeniable debut album) August 2005 SonicWave International.

Seattle Seahawks Theme Song- Kube 93 Seattle, WA

“Sunshine”- Urban Network Online Media Player


Feeling a bit camera shy


Darnell “D-Shokk” Brown knew he wanted to bring a unique sound to music. Growing up in Kansas City, Missouri, his father sang jazz and gospel and played the piano. At 13, D-Shokk was listening to tapes of Slick Rick and Method Man, rapping freestyles around the neighborhood and performing in elementary school talent shows. But to him, something was missing. He was tired of music sounding formulaic. So D-Shokk started making his own, mixing elements of jazz, soul and pop with hip-hop tracks. The result became an eclectic blend of mellow grooves and syrupy hooks fused with his hypnotic flow.

He continued making music through high school. After graduating, he joined the Marines, but never let go of his music dream. While in Iraq, he listened to beats he had created and wrote lyrics. After the military, he moved to Seattle, Washington and connected with a local rapper to form the duo Undeniable. In 2004, D-Shokk got his biggest break when he wrote the theme song for the Seattle Seahawks, which was played on the local radio station KUBE 93. D-Shokk co-wrote more than 30 songs for the group’s debut album “Mirage,” which was released in August 2005 under SonicWave International.

D-Shokk, now 23, lives in Los Angeles, California where he is busy working on his solo debut “The Greatest Show On Earth,” a diverse assortment of party joints and smooth, mid-tempo tracks. He is also working with several modeling agencies, and auditioning for upcoming television series and movie roles.