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About DO-DIRT

BROOKLYN, NY

Growing up in the Coney Island section of Brooklyn, life as a youngster wasn't easy for Do-Dirt. Born Marvin Harris Jr, Do-Dirt is a true threat on the streets. Armed wit' a slick lyrical flow, a hard delivery, and cold heart realism create a dangerous path for those who dare to follow. Ironically the road that he has traveled has itself been plagued with pit falls, potholes, and pitch-black visibility where the only light was that from the high beam of an oncoming truck. An accident waiting to happen. And it did! At 13, living with his mother a single parent Do-Dirt found love for the sport of football but that dream slowly disappeared. Infatuated with the money, the fame, and the girls he began huggin' the block at the age 14. By 15 the beast came out. Often getting into trouble engaging in criminal activities he found himself behind bars for 2 ½ years (32 months). Released at the age of 19 Do-Dirt realized that the teenage years of innocence were lost forever. It was time to be a man!

Reflecting on the sleepless nights incarcerated, coming to terms with his fears, his frustration, and his future. Do-Dirt began to address his pain, aggression, and rough up bringing on paper, he used vibrant colors and vivid images to paint a mural of urban graffiti that would articulate his passion and pain. Influenced by Kool G Rap, NWA, The Notorious B.I.G, 2 Pac, Jay-Z and Nas Do-Dirt utilize the rhythms of Hip-Hop as the soundtrack for the movie of his life. He has thus been able to amass an impressive repertoire of music that highlights his multi-faceted persona, and gives voice to his uniqueness.

As the frontline artist from the Coney Island base A&D (Armed & Dangerous) Gang movement. Do-Dirt mirrors the characteristic of an natural phenomenon: often under estimated, sometimes Armed and always Dangerous

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