Atlanta, Georgia, USA
BandHip HopR&B

South Carolina born & bred lyricist, M-DOT has shared the studio and stage with the likes of Ray J, Jagged Edge, Slim of 112, Raekwon da Chef (Wu Tang), Avant, Silk, Junior Reid, Petey Pablo, and others. M-DOT's voice is reminiscent of Jeezy and his flow at times reminds you of Twista.


They say that when hard work meets opportunity it equals success. No stranger to hard work, newcomer, M-DOT has shared the studio and stage with the likes of Jagged Edge, Raekwon da Chef (Wu Tang), Avant, Silk, Junior Reed, Petey Pablo, and Big Duke (Boyz N Da Hood) just to name a few.

The South Carolina born & bred lyricist has worked extremely hard to get to this point in his career. With a voice reminiscent of Jeezy, a ?ow that at times reminds you of Twista, and the ability to paint vivid images with a pen and paper, M-DOT’s opportunity is finally presenting itself with the release of his freshmen effort,
Rookie Of The Year.

Rookie Of The Year takes its listeners on a journey inside the mind of a real life hustler and playboy. M-DOT gets us started right away with the lead-off track, Adore U. A radio friendly banger for the ladies, the record shows the softer side of this hustler. It details M-DOT’s willingness to “grind so his lady can shine.”

Next up is Assembly Line. In this infectious club ready hit full of bass, synths, and pounding drums, M-DOT and SONY recording artist, Jean Rodriguez, describe the attributes of the perfect 10 which comes straight off of their own personal assembly lines.

Things become heartfelt as listeners turn their attention to the soulful Told Y’all, a song chronicling M-DOT’s journey to the top. After satisfying his hardcore street fans with records like Still In Da Trap, I Cry and Blow Up and DJ’s with dance floor bangers like Breathe, How Low, and If I Was You, M-DOT leaves everyone with a little something to ride to with Weekend and Raise It Up. Teaming up once again with Jean Rodriguez, M-DOT uses Raise It Up (a record with thundering 808’s, distorted guitars, and buttery-smooth R&B vocals) to give us all the ingredients for a good day in the hood while Weekend (another radio-ready banger) points out the finer details of a hip hop artist's "on-the-road" love life in a comical but truthful manner.

This album has something for everyone from the G’s to the ladies on it. One listen to Rookie Of The Year won’t be enough. A breath of fresh air has entered the game and his name is M-DOT.


Rookie Of The Year (2009)

Assembly Line

Adore U