T Dubb O is a hip-hop artist born in Saint Louis, MO. He began freestyling at the age of 6 and progressed to writing, producing and recording by the age of 11. First, Dubb entered the Streets Status Battle League arena and was quickly recognized internationally as one of the best rappers coming out of Missouri. From there, he released a couple mixtapes that destroyed the stereotype that battle MC’s could not make good music and became cult classics on the underground scene. Dubb enjoyed a rapid ascent in the music world after realeasing his third mixtape. In 2016, Dubb released his first LP entitled "The Drop". The project garnered international support even being featured on BET France. From there we saw Pleasure, Money, & Pain, a collaboration release with UFC Legend Tyron Woodley titled “Chaos Theory, Defiance, Bruce vs Bane II, and Don't Stop At Lights. Dubb has collaborated with a plethora of legends like Wiz Khalifa, Berner, Freeway, Crooked I, etc. What separates Dubb from all of the rappers of today’s time is not just his aggressive and extraordinary flow, but the work he does in the community. His grass roots organization, Hands Up United, has been labeled America’s New Black Radicals. Dubb was even granted the opportunity to sit with President Obama in the Oval Office to discuss racial issues and systemic problems here in America. This meeting coined his phrase on his album The Drop, “I shook Obama hand with the same hand I sold crack with”. His new album Don’t Stop At Lights is out now.
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