Baltimore-Based Musician DANNY DOSHA Unleashes Cross-Over Sound with “NAUTICA”

Baltimore, MD (January 7, 2015) – Baltimore-based musician DANNY DOSHA unleashes his new single “Nautica”, crossing genres and taking his hip-hop roots to a whole new level.

The new tune which explores the idea of ‘fitting-in’ became about pushing back against musical limitations for this rising artist. The track, written by Dosha, showcases his musical evolution, now currently in an experimentation phase, combining hip-hop, rock and pop elements to create a fresh sound.

For “Nautica”, Dosha delivers the lead vocals and plays guitar on the original composition. To lend support his sound, Dosha brought in Ayvee (theme song writer for the TV show “Bad Girls Club”) for backup vocals and fellow musician Darwin Phonso to add in a layer of saxophone and drums. Dosha is excited by the new direction his talents are taking him, explaining “The change in my music not only comes from the influences of other genres, but my wanting to appeal to a broader audience, delivering my sound beyond just the hip-hop community.”

Dosha has become a rising star on the Baltimore scene, performing live and working with several music industry leaders. It was his mentor B. Stille from the Grammy Nominated group Nappy Roots that encouraged Dosha to push himself from a songwriter into a full performer. The two went on to collaborate for the song “Get uh Grip” and Dosha recently performed live at Howard Theatre in Washington D.C. with Nappy Roots. His music videos have earned him thousands of fans around the world and his songs have earned his airplay on Coast2Coast Radio, KISS FM (London) and at various stations throughout New York, Florida, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia.

It’s no surprise that Dosha began writing music and lyrics at an early age, considering he comes from a family of music producers and engineers. At the age of nine, he began writing songs and recording cassette tapes on an old karaoke machine. He spent most of his time hanging out in studios, so by high school the young talent was already recording hip-hop records. He went on to teach himself guitar and dabbled in other genres, which has lead him to his current sound.

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