Shout Out Sunday. Interview With Rapper Davo.

Maryland based Independent Rapper President Davo has seen a lot in his lifetime. Growing up in West Baltimore that has seen its share of crime and violence, he hustled his way up and managed to make positive things happen. He shares a lot of his life and experiences in his music and his upcoming single, “My Town” is no different. On the track, President Davo gives listeners a glimpse into what it’s like living in Baltimore. Like a day in the life of a Baltimore resident, Davo takes listeners through the trenches and shares some of what he and many others go through and do to survive there daily. “My Town” marks Davo’s first release as a part of a new deal with a major distribution company and is a sign of what’s to come from the artist in the future.

How did you discover your passion for music?

Music actually isn’t my passion, I’m just good at it.  That’s why I do it.

How would you describe your musical style?

I harmonize a lot, I like to rap also, but I tend to mix singing with my rapping in almost every song.

What is your creative process like?

I’m a freestyle rapper, so I just go in the studio and listen to different beats and punch in instead of writing.

What artist would you like to perform or do a duet with?

I would like to work with Adele, Drake, Lil Wayne and Chris Brown.

Any upcoming projects coming up that you would like to share with readers?

I have the EBE Project featuring random local artists from my city and also a possible acapella project.

What song brings back the most memories?

I Don’t Wanna Be A Playa and Think About Me, which are two of my most known songs in my earlier years of rapping.

If you could be great at one sport, which sport would you choose?

I would choose football, because I’m already good at it.

What is one movie you can quote from beginning to end?

Money Talks with Chris Tucker, I used to watch it like every day when I was young.

What is your favorite birthday memory?

I definitely have to say signing my Distro Deal this year on my birthday was probably my best birthday memory.

What is one thing you miss from your childhood?

I miss being able to get four bags with 25 cent chips.

What’s the biggest change you’ve experienced in the last 10 years?

The people around me have been my biggest change, I used to have a lot more friends than I do now.

How has your family shaped your personality and who you turned out to be?

They raised me to be the person I am today as they always pushed for the best.

How can everyone keep in contact with you on social media?

Follow me on Instagram and Twitter @President_Davo.


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