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MP3 D.Martin - Enter Da
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This Album is one of the most highly anticipated and versatile Hip Hop album on the market https://www.tradebit.comh topics ranging from having safe sex, to having fun partying in the club. This CD has something for the fellas and everything for the ladies.

18 MP3 Songs in this album (65:49) !
Related styles: HIP-HOP/RAP: Underground Rap, URBAN/R&B: R&B Rap mix

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DeâAirus Martin was born December 18, 1986 in Detroit, MI. Being the son of an 18 year old mother and a 20 year old father was definitely not easy. After years of his parents being together they finally decided to go their own way and separate. While young, DeâAirus attended Hampton Elementary School where he was once bullied in the 5th grade. After getting into numerous encounters that lead to him being punched, kicked, and head being slammed into the wall, he continued to walk with his head high to show the bullies he was not afraid. During his Elementary years DeâAirus brother would often buy 2pac and Bone Thugs and Harmony tapes which later help influence him to becoming a rapper. At age 14 DeâAirus recorded his first real track called âGuess Whoâs Comingâ with once Chedda Boyz producer Mall. In 2001 that same song made it to DJ Drunken Master âHoliday Hold Up Mix Tapeâ. Also at the early age of 14 he performed for the first time in a talent show called âWho Wants To Be A Starâ with a group that he was in called Young Ballas. While attending Henry Ford High School in the 11th grade DeâAirus released his first mix tape entitled âEnter Da Gameâ which was recorded at clear choice recordings better known as the booth. Although the CD was low budget that didnât stop him from promoting it to family members, friends and others. Shortly after his first mix tape release DeâAirus realized he needed a stage name. After going through several different stage names, none of them seem to fit. He then decided not to keep using his full name as his stage name. Instead he took D which is the first initial of his first name and used his last name Martin to compose his stage name https://www.tradebit.comtin. He also created a catchy chant of his name that can be heard on his second mix tape called âLet It Ripâ, which was released in 2005. That chant can also be heard on his latest projects as well. After graduating from Henry Ford High School, https://www.tradebit.comtin wanted to continue his music career, but his mother pleaded with him to go straight to college instead. Off to college he went, but after 1 ½ years of attending Community College he began to realize that he was not living out his dreams. So before the next semester started, he quit school and began to pursue music full time. In 2008 he became very active in performing live from Detroit, MI to Pittsburgh, PA. During that year he also participated in the annual Mack Alive parade which is dedicated to enhancing the growth and development of Detroit's East Side. The parade also included positive things such as: a community rally, free food, a carnival, games, prizes, and encouraging performances to the youth. Also in 2008 https://www.tradebit.comtin became a member of a very busy music group called DA C.O.R.E. He was featured on their sophomore album entitled âNext Upâ. DA C.O.R.E âNext Upâ CD went on to sell 2,000 copies before it even hit the stores. https://www.tradebit.comtin recalls: âI was very excited about the accomplishment the group achieved, but as time went on I began to get disappointed in the direction the group was headed.â In early 2009 he left the group and started his own label called Live Your Dreamz Entertainment. He also put together a canned good drive to help feed people in need, which he then donated the canned goods to Gleaners Community Food Bank located in Southeastern Michigan. After years of hard work prayers and believe, https://www.tradebit.comtin finally release his solo album Enter Da Game LP. With tracks such as Wrap It Up encouraging protected sex and Sick & Tired touching on the struggles in a modern day recession, Enter Da Game actually takes on the concerns of todayâs young adults. There also the grown and sexy track Special Lady, featuring singer Jay Skip and super producer DrkSyde. Blessed with a good heart and armed with real subjects over great music, expect https://www.tradebit.comtin to be in the music game for quite some time to come. The album is now available in numerous music retail stores and online for purchase. Go to to get the list of music retail stores where you can find the album for purchase.

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