Dangerous is one hell of a rapper… Why? Well this dude has the bars, creativity, flow, voice and style that makes you wanna keep listening to him. Constantly working on music he brings what we need in todays world of Hip Hop, with that smooth thorough NY swag. Since 2000 to the present date he’s been putting in extraordinary work in developing as an artist and growing into what he is known for today.. And that is? Killing that damn “microphone”. The boy got started in the ill way like most do but him things was a little different. After hearing Dmx’s “Niggas Done Started Something” back in 96', he knew right then and there what Hip Hop was and the meaning of it. Hip Hop from that point on molded him and shaped that boy’s mind turning him into the rapper “Dangerous”. Setting on an outstanding career path, opening up for some of the Legends in the game like Jim Jones from Dipset, D-Block, RedMan & Method Man, Freeway. Performed with great up & coming acts and great venues thru out the State Of New York. Today Dangerous is still working on music projects such as; “The Book Of Pain” and “Kisses On The Mirror” both scheduled to release 2018. He just released 8 singles which are free on Soundcloud. Collaborating with other local talent to help expand the music and brand. Dangerous creates music because he loves it. To him this will remain timeless as great music has no age. So in his future career he can pass knowledge to the new cats coming up. Doing even better things then before hand, keeping the cycle of great music going. Well we guess so since this is all from out of his mouth. "…smooth, great vibes...writes and performs with the skill of the legends...” -Red & Meth "You want some realness in your Hip Hop – Then check Dangerous.” -Freeway SHORT BIO Born David Turner (February 1, 1987). Originally born in Long Island, NY but moved to Albany, NY in his youth years. This is the birth of his love for music. With influences from great rappers such as Mase, Biggie, The Lox, Dmx, Jay-z, Cam'ron, Eminem, 50cent, G-unit and some many more. it wasn’t long before he found his path in the "Hip Hop World" and climb his latter to success. Building his brand being praised by his staff and team makes the goals much more clear as to what is in the future.
Music is my verbal vision. It's what I need when no drug or... Anything for that matter can bring me back to life or when I can't figure out whats my next life move. Music give me lessons and aspects from different people that have different feelings and vibes.
The biggest music dream is to be a hit and not someone or something that is called a "one hit wonder". I just want to create great music and gain financial freedom. But also in the process give people my story and pain.
I would start with racism and people that promote it. (But this isn't the place for that).
There is actually a lot of songs for me so we'll go with what was my favorite song in my childhood and that was "Niggas Done Started Something - Dmx, The Lox And Mase". Shit was dope and that when lyrics and bars started to click for me and I found my gift.
I don't have just one... But let me say this if you came out between 92 - 2000 chances are I was a fan.
Depends on the mood I'm in. But my family is the main inspiration to me. Family and the mood or vibe.
Whats real, the situations I been thru and come out alive is a blessing so I want to share that for someone who may be experiencing the same or great challenges. So my message will never change; find the problem and eliminate it from your world. Grow from mistakes and never let someone walk over you.
I feel a rush pure ecstasy. I'm at my greatest in front of that crowd.
People are full of themselves not really a bad thing or good thing and they are one showing falsified truths. The one thing that defiantly needs to improve is the skill level of these rappers now in days. THEY FUCKING SUCK!
I don't know I'm still new here but I will find out soon and this answer could still change. Lets hope Drooble isn't a waste of time LOL.
When people think that this is a game or joke and believe that being fake rich over shines talent. Or after all the hard work of making music no one gives it you chance to showcase and prove that you belong amongst the elite.
I did before everything in my city was shout down. Sad to say there currently is no music scene out here in my town. But maybe dribble can help with that?
Talent. Talent. Talent. Talent! Fuck whoever don't have it. NON-talents have it easy and they always fuck it up with bullshit and people "like" them over the talent shit is crazy.