Name: Big D
Feel: Hardcore Hip Hop
Big.D started out in the hip hop game in 1987. By the next year KoolKeith had introduced him to the Ultramagnetic MC’s. During his years running with The Ultramagnetic’s as a hype man Big.D forged strong ties with Eric B & Rakim also becoming friends with Guru of Gangstarr. By 1999 Big.D & Dj Moe-Love of The Ultramagnetic’s, had formed the powerhouse group ‘Slaughterhouse-Cartel’ which acclaimed underground success with two singles from the album - ‘More of the Raw’ & ‘Gun Clappin’
Big.D re-entered the hip hop game with the ‘Now or Never’ mixtape featuring artists like KoolKeith, Ced-G, Tr-Love and Percee-P. His follow up mixtape ‘Never Die Alone’ came the year after. 2007 saw Big.D release The Ultramagnetic's back mixtape featuring Koolkeith, Ced-G, Tr-Love, Dj Jaycee, Supalover-Care and Tim Dog. The 87,000 units being sold is an indication of it’s popularity. Next came another mixtape - ‘D.Rocafella Presents the Reagan era’ which moved over 287,000 units. Big.D was now unstoppable. By the end of 2007 he and KoolKeith had formed a group that would change hip hop. They called it ‘Commissioner’ with which they released 3 albums. Big.D went on to sign a deal with Bluepie Records and released his first solo studio album titled ‘4 My Homies.’ After a short time back with The Ultramagnetic’s they parted ways and Big.D joined back up with his good friend the God MC - Rakim Allah. They have been friends for over 26 years and Big D has traveled with Rakim all over the globe. 2014 was when Big.D hooked up with another legend in the hip hop game. He goes by the name of Easy Mo Bee. Together they are hard at work in the studio on Big D's second solo album - ‘This is my Life’, produced by Easy Mo Bee, Statik Selektah and Just-blaze and signed to Mindtrick Music/BGF-Ent/Easy Mo Records.