Great news to announce: I would like to report that all the doubts and speculation about HipHop being dead is not only over-hyped, but downright untrue. All who doubt this have the luxury of hopping on the Long Island Railroad and get off at the Central Islip stop and hear the streets scream Don Dada.
Raised in the “Six Three Slums”, Don Dada has been a full force in the versatility category. With tracks ranging from “Be Free” to “F*ck You”, no topic is left unturned. With an arsenal of hard bars and various instrumental mixtapes, Don Dada breaks into wordsmith mode and lays the schematics for future emcees and hip hop listeners both to come.
With his crew G.N.D also known as “Good Never Dies”; they have made a respectable name for themselves throughout the island. Most of Dada’s attributes are credited from his dedication to freestyling and “writing as you go” for over 8 years now.
For the most Dada is focused on his plan of various innovative tracks, and sticking out like a sore thumb from the work the industry dishes out. Its not uncommon to hear his work bumping out of systems cars, at live events or out of headphones out on the train somewhere, oh btw get your ticket out…the conductor is coming.