MP3 Skip-dawg - Everything Changes
An astonishingly talented East Coast rapper with a fresh new mixture of hip-hop, rap, pop and R&B.
12 MP3 Songs
HIP HOP/RAP: Hip Hop, URBAN/R&B: R&B Pop Crossover
SKIP-DAWG is an astonishingly talented rapper and actor from the Philly suburb of Haverford, PA. After moving from Philly to NYC in 2002, Skip-Dawg teamed up with Brooklyn producer Bosco Money (Downtown Science, Def Jam Records) to record the demo "How It''s Gonna Be When I Git Famos". The highly acclaimed demo gained Skip-Dawg recognition in the NYC rap scene and ultimately landed him a management contract with A-Train Productions. Under A-Train''s guidance, Skip-Dawg just released his first full-length album, "Everything Changes" with Brooklyn producer ML (Redman, Aaron Hall, Roxanne Shante, Llords Of the Underground, The Bush Babies, Shi feat. Jay-Z). Skip is a prolific writer, simultaneously pushing his new album and already writing and recording his second album to be released Winter, 2004.
Skip-Dawg''s delivery on the mic and lyrical performances have been described as phenomenal and ingenious, while his innovative style and image are unparalled by anything yet to hit the market. His combination of unique and powerful lyrics, astonishing delivery, and his positive attitude and appealing personality, have already resulted in a strong nationwide following. Skip''s versatility as a song-writer is evidenced by his array of songs from upbeat party club bangers to love ballads. At the same time, he has a keen ability to passionately address topics from social and cultural issues to personal hardships in a manner which emotionally connects with listeners of all walks of life. Skip also writes R&B which, in combination with his rap ability, acts as a powerful platform for artistic expression.
In addition to regularly performing at venues throughout NYC and Philly (Soul Café, The Cutting Room, ACME Underground, Club Lickwid, Pyramid, Club Decade, Village Lantern, Downtime, Pure Lounge, Campanella''s, Opaline, The Triad, Club Coda), Skip-Dawg maintains a very successful acting career. Having garnered roles in over 20 films, TV shows, and commercials during the past three years, Skip-Dawg has established himself as a well-known and loved actor in the Philly and New York market. In the acting world, Skip goes by his real name, Dann Furia. Dann can be seen co-starring in the upcoming romance feature film "Joyful Joyful", to be released summer 2004. During the past year he also acted in two feature films, "Staten Island" and "Serial Seniors", to be released in the winter of 2004. Dann can currently be seen in a Web MD commercial and the TV show Forensic Files, both appearing nationally. Skip-Dawg''s songs have also appeared on several feature film soundtracks.