Saturday, July 17, 2010

HIPHOP'S POSTER BOY-D'CROW.


Adeda Omohwo Martin who hails from Ughelli, Delta state was born in the mid '80s to family of 4 and had his primary and secondary school education in Nigeria, he then proceeded to attend Oxbridge tutorial college for his A-levels and then to the prestigious University of Lagos where he graduated in 2007 as a Dentist.

D'Crow has always been a fan of music; throughout his childhood his musical influences were Majek Fashek, Mike Okri and later on Dr. Dre, Nas, Emimen, Jadakiss, to mention a few. But don't get it twisted, he listens to all genres including r'n'b, classical rock & Garage.

His foray into music started during his A-levels when he useed to write poems and eventually they turned into rap lines because of the strong influence of rap in his life. It was just customary for him to create his own niche in the hiphop world.
D'Crow has transformed from a mere fan the hiphop genre to a stakeholder; just to him as HIPHOP's POSTER BOY. His short and long term plans for the music industry are: to create beautiful music and create a platform which would be a springboard for the emerging talents themselves through their music.

His debut titled "The Truth" gives an insight into unique lyrical ability of D'Crow and guest appearances include OJB Jezreel, C-Mion, Mo'Cheddah, Rheymophoebus. Producers on the album are ID Cabasa, K-Solo, OJB Jezreel and Blazon.
The album which dropped in March 2010 and is available in stores nationwide is a masterclass blend of hiphop urban music. Due to numerous requests the album "The Truth" is available on iTunes for download.

Keep up online with D'Crow

 http://www.reverbnation.com/dcrow

1 comment:

  1. Nice work D'crow. Heard your album and i really liked it. I think im really feeling the sugar mummy song...big-ups 2 u; We need more lyricists like u in this country, cos rap is gradually dying..Keep up d good work bro.
    And when can i get a dental check up?

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