Born in North Akron, Ohio. Raised in Elizabeth Park, the same projects LeBron James grew up in, LDG recorded his first record on a cassette tape back in 2003. He was just 12 years old and has been recording ever since. His ability to blend various experiences and make them not only relatable but enjoyable is one of LDG’s many talents. He created “Dedicated To My Enemies” during a time time when some of his so-called friends showed their true intentions resulting in distrust and ultimately a falling out. The album is aggressive, emotional, and meant to make you ponder on society’s “what ifs”.LDG describes it as being, “especially dedicated to our inner demons, that pose threats to our decision making abilities.” Over the years LDG has created everlasting bonds with influencers Big Heff, Maino, Big Trill, & Uncle Murda.
He’s battle rapped on King Of The Dot, Don’t Flop, and won a Proving Ground Tournament on Smack. He can attest his lyricism and nack for creating to his musical influences; Nas, DMX, Bill Withers, Sade, Erykah Badu, Outkast, and 2Pac. LDG is now back less than 6 months later with, CRYING OUT LOUD, a shorter album but heavier in content. Crying Out Loud can be described as a look inside the mind of voiceless society. LDG tackles issues from Politics, Suicide, loss, and love in a 10 track series guaranteed to make you a fan. Aside from other musicians, Earth itself and those closest to him represent where he draws inspiration.
His rough upbringing has driven him to have a more meaningful passion for music. He strives to secure and leave behind a memorable legacy, along with ingraining everlasting philosophies in the mind frames of others. Stream “Dedicated To My Enemies” and his hit single “BLOW” which recently reached 100,000 plays on all major music platforms now!
Overview of Single: “All I Want To Know” is a collection of inner thoughts built around the love interest of a woman who is in a committed relationship. The connection he and she share has brought them closer to one another but the circumstances serve as a barrier to keep them separated. entertaining, warm, and smooth, “All I want to know” is relatable and will bring you back for more.
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