Dude from da Barbershop | TGIF Payday (Radio Edit)

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TGIF Payday (Radio Edit)

by Dude from da Barbershop

DFDB Narrates His Friday Payday Over Heavy 808's & Piano Chords While Paying Homage To The Late Eazy-E's "Boys In The Hood" Vocal Style. Inspired By West Coast Hip Hop, TGIF Payday Has A Catchy, Soft, & Melodic Hook That Makes It The Theme Song For Friday
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: West Coast Rap
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Dude From Da Barbershop is your average 9 to 5 worker living for the weekend. But aside from the that, he's also a Rap artist, R&B songwriter, & producer with a talent to translate his everyday life into catchy songs. He states "At this point I just want to make it cool to rap about my everyday life whether it be going to work, going to the club, or maybe just hanging out at the crib being creative instead of rapping about something I don't do like drugs and being rich". The southern rapper does admit that he always wanted to know how to sing which can be heard in his R&B style love story songs. He's thankful for being surrounded by music most of his life which contributes to his songwriting and production success. Growing up in the south DFDB always had a love of soulful and melodic music. During the summer before high school DFDB began replacing his love poems with grimy rap lyrics which later made him and his group of friends (who also were rappers) popular around the school. Being in the high school band familiarized DFDB with song structure and knowing which notes worked well together which to this day he admits that he couldn't be thankful enough. After years of being with a local label T $teele (Now DFDB) decided to try his hand at being a solo artist which he thought at first would be somewhat draining since he wasn't accustomed to writing three verses for every song. DFDB has since then adapted to the writing process. The formula has worked well so far for DFDB and it doesn't look like he will be changing up anytime soon. When asked who are his favorite rappers he states the following: Andre 3000, Pimp C, Devin The Dude, & Tupac. When asked what artists influence him the most he had this to say: "It sometimes vary, but the constants are Andre 3000, Pimp C, Devin The Dude, Lil Wayne, Drake, & Kanye West".

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