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DXD`s Rise To Hall of Fame
 
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29-Mar-2012  
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Born Suleihu Dawuni Adams, Afro-Pop and Hip Hop act DXD which is the acronym for Dawuni X Dawuni is set to release two new singles "Bump 'n' Grind" and "Put It On Me".

The fast rising rapper cum singer has been around the music scene for a while now and boasts of performances on TV3's Music Music and Ghana Meets Naija organized by Empire Entertainment.

With appearances on ETV's Late Nite Celebrity Show and Co-host of Crystal TV's Sound Blast not long ago, fans of DXD keeps growing in numbers and hence his decision to give them these solid tracks as consolation for their trust in his talent.

DXD with his music has also graced some corporate platforms like MTN, VODAFONE and TIGO platforms and DXD believes they have contributed to his rise.

Despite the progress, even this year he promises to be even more electrifying".As an MC from the Portside City (Tema) DXD'x music has gone far and wide and he can boast of constant rotation on VOA's African Beat TV show hosted by David Vandy.

The two singles which will drop soon along side two creatively shot videos features Samini Music's own Stone Bwouy Burnington and DXD believes these two songs are songs he recorded to show Ghanaian's how ready he is to come take over the Ghana Music scene and he is here to stay.

Asked whether he can deal with the competition on the scene, DXD noted "I love Challenges because they bring me new experiences each day plus I love adventures. Music is my life and I try as much as possible to help keep it alive.
 
 
 
Source: Flex Newspaper
 
 

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