Dame Debiase Drops New Album “The Art Of War” and It Is Set To Surpass 100K Streams
In the vibrant world of hip-hop, where talent is aplenty and stories are diverse, one name stands out as a testament to relentless determination and undeniable talent. Allow us to introduce you to Dame Debiase, a rising star whose journey in the music industry has been nothing short of remarkable.
Hailing from the small city of Radcliff in Kentucky, Dame Debiase first picked up music when he was 15 years old and it quickly became more than just a passion. His musical odyssey began in 2010 when he signed under the renowned label SODMG / SWISH GANG after releasing mixtapes with DJ Teknikz, DJ Holiday, and his debut single featuring Travis Porter “Turn Me Down.” He has since gone on to develop his own label Ivy League Musik Group and produced other notable projects like the EP “1990” with collaborations from Peezy and Don Trip, singles “No Hooks 2” with Payroll Giovanni and “Choppas” with Duke Deuce. Dame just raised the bar yet again with his new album “The Art Of War.”
Dame Debiase’s “The Art Of War” released at the end of August consists of 8 unique tracks showcasing the decade plus of work he’s put in on his craft. Fans can expect a hip hop vibe throughout with a host of versatile bars, dope beats, and different sounds. It has been well received thus far with “in the way” and “David ruffin” leading the pack. “The Art Of War” is now set to surpass a combined 100,000 streams and continues to climb.
Be sure to give Dame’s latest project a listen and be on the lookout for more releases before the year is over. He plans to drop a new music video for “cash money” and has more singles lined up.
“Give my music a listen you won’t regret it” – Dame Debiase