“I believes that my music touches people because what I rhymes about is real, and authentic with a style of my own” said Dahlia Black
“This is not your ordinary female artist and her creativity will definately take the music industry by storm” said Angela Culliver President of Indie Music Factory.
Dahlia Black is currently working on her second album titled “Black Majiq” which will definitely be worth every listener’s time. Her first album “Reverse Effect” was released locally in Grand Rapids in 2007 as a token of appreciation to her fans, supporters, and listeners, and sold over 400 copies locally. Her first release “Go Get It” can be found on YouTube, and her next release “Drug” will take the world by storm. Dahlia Black is up next, and the world is ready for a new sound that’s original, and it’s exactly what she came to deliver.
Dahlia has opened up for 50 Cent, and Eminem in 2003 at the Delta Plex and more recently for Payroll at the 36th street lounge and Kashdoll at the Orbit Room in March of 2017. She has also done a host of local shows rocking the crowd every time she graces the stage. Rocking the mic is what she feels she was born to do, so she places her all into her music and performances.
About Dahlia Black
Dahlia Black is an undiscovered local hip hop artist from Grand Rapids, Michigan. She has been rapping since the age of 13, and has learned to master her craft over the years. Dahlia doesn’t look at herself as a rapper, but rather an MC, and a lyricist. Her music stems from a place of pain, and experience. She feels her story can help someone.
The response she gets is always positive, and her fans and listeners are supportive of her music because of what she delivers. Her music is always captivating, and leaves listeners wanting to hear more. Dahlia feels that her delivery is key in the music she creates.
She was influenced, and by such artist such as Rakim, MC Lyte, Veda, Lil Kim, Foxy Brown, Cormega, AZ, Beanie Sigel, Tupac, NWA, Jeezy, Yo Gotti, Yo-Yo, Queen Latifah, Da Brat, Remy Ma, and a host of other hip hop artists. Jay Z is her favorite rapper, and greatest musical inspiration. Watching his career grow is what assisted her in mastering her craft, and giving her performances everything she’s got.
Company Name: IMF Distribution
Contact Person: Angela Culliver
Phone: 1 (706) 445-1311
Address:P.O. BOX 5021
Country: United States