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The best kept secret in music


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06/2003 "My Life"
04/2005 "Youngsta'z Point of View" (single)
09/2005 "Youngsta'z Point of View" (album)
01/2008 "Prince of Hip-Hop" (coming soon)


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Young Dami was always ahead of his time. When most ten year old boys were playing outside with their friends, talking on the phone and running from girls, Dami would be in his room with the music turned up, sitting in front of the stereo, with his notebook and pencil in hand. Now, at the age of fifteen, he has completely destroyed all challengers facing him in this rap game, with his inherent freestyle flow.With the support of his family, mother being his personal manager and his younger brother Da'Vieon a.k.a Demand is his business partner and live performance hype man. Young Dami confidently steps into his role as next big thing with ease. After already having sold 2,000 copies of his 2003, independent, self-promoted debut LP "My Life," which he co-wrote every song, along with his 2005 LP "Youngsta'z Point of View," selling over 2,000 copies. Young Dami is currently working on a new set of material entitled "Prince of Hip-Hop."

On vocal sound and lyricism alone, Young Dami ages right in front of the listener, without using profanity, sexual innuendos, or a glorification of violence. Vocally, his sound can be compared to E-40 and of course other Midwest/Southern notable rappers, however Young Dami sets himself apart from the rest. He effortlessly navigates his way over beats that leaves the listener involuntarily bobbing their head to the laid back flow that is reminiscent of the early 90's West Coast rap scene (think "The Chronic" by Dr. Dre) which is equally matched by his versatile laid back persona that runs consistent throughout his whole project. His talent in writing is reflected through his wide range of diverse topics. Young Dami is not only ready to join the party, but rather take the seat as the new Prince of Hip-Hop.