He Play His City Like A Knicks Game: World Premiere Dollah Tha Rapper “Out On A Limb”

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Nathaniel Mungin also known by his stage name @DollahThaRapper is in the limelight cause he rhymes tight. This 19-year-old Bronx native is setting the streets on fire and taking over New York City’s underground Hip-Hop circuit with his new singles “Out On A Limb.” His music is diversified, he speaks on various topics in his music. “I can write songs for my fellas, females and clubs. I will never limit myself to just one style of music. Some of the best artists such as Lil Wayne, Kanye West, 50 Cent and Jay-Z music are very diverse,” Dollah told Don Bleek.

Dollah started rapping five years ago, after he was inspired by his mother Tawana and his childhood friends. “My mother always used to tell me I can rap. I was also inspired by my friends. We used to rap at gas stations and car washes in the Bronx,” said Dollah. Successful music artists such as Cassidy, Lloyd Banks, Fabolous, Meek Mill and French Montana are some of Dollah’s music influences.

As far as his success, in the last few months, Dollah participated in a Hip-Hop cipher backstage at the Raekwon (of the legendary Hip-Hop group Wu-Tang Clan) concert at BB King Blues, met with a former prominent music rep from Sony Records and talked to “Kay K” (music A&R’s for eONE Music/Universal Motown). This spring 2012, Dollah will be releasing his free Extended Play (EP) on the Interweb.

Dollah Tha Rapper is the first artist signed toYoDonBleekRaps Management. I am representing Dollah in all fields of entertainment; including branding, marketing, licensing and endorsement. For Dollah Tha Rapper booking, features, interviews, 16′s, event hosting or general questions, please forward all inquiries to yodonbleekraps@gmail.com

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  1. teelove

    February 12, 2012 at 2:16 am

    I love all his music.I’m his #1 fan.

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