You wouldn’t expect the next great rapper to be a San Diego-based attorney from Lancaster, PA, but that is exactly where DH was born and raised. DH’s sound is an old school flavor with a contemporary twist that provides listeners with feel-good music that has thoughtful and powerful messages. His labelmate, Bo Haan says, “what sets DH apart from other talented lyricists is his uncanny ability to walk the line between banging club beat and clever word play. Reminiscent of Outkast, he brings a head bobbing party track with a surprising amount of lyrical depth swimming just beneath the surface of a catchy chorus.”  

Saying that DH’s path to the world of hip hop is one less traveled is putting it lightly. After playing college baseball at Franklin & Marshall College, DH went on to law school at the University of California-Davis. Immediately upon graduating, he founded his own law practice. But music runs in his blood and he always felt a calling to it. DH’s dad was a former professional musician who briefly played saxophone for the “King of Swing,” Louis Prima. Throughout high school and college, DH would write down catchy punch lines to get laughs, but it wasn’t until after law school, at the urging of one of his best friends, that he finally hit the studio. From there, he felt he had gained his own unique voice in hip-hop. As he says himself, “I’m Marty McFly, combined with Spartacus, cardigan, and a tie.”  

DH's debut single “Tiger (Do the Putt Putt),” is out now and can be seen here! Be on the look out for his debut EP, Risky Business coming in April 2017!


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