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DC the Don



Born:      August 3, 1999

Birthplace:    Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Zodiac Sign:  Leo



Daijon Cotty Davis, aka DC the Don, is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter. He is best known for his dynamic fusion of hip-hop, rock, and melodic rap.


Prior to his rap career, Davis demonstrated his athletic prowess alongside NBA star LaMelo Ball on the basketball court, both being part of the acclaimed sports program at Chino Hills High School in California. Davis' musical journey and basketball past remain intertwined, both contributing to his unique position in the entertainment industry.

In October 2017, Davis released his single "Everything 1K" which caught the attention of NBA player Lonzo Ball. He recalls making the song in ten minutes.


In February 2019, he released his single "3AM Freestyle" on the WorldStarHipHop YouTube channel. 


Davis also signed to Run Music LLC that is family owned, but label issues began to arise and he started his departure from Run Music in 2019 making the phrase "FREE DC" to gain attention to the situation. He was released from his contract in mid 2020, and is now currently signed to Rostrum Records.


In 2020, his song "Worst Day" gained traction after its release on the deluxe version of his debut album, Come As You Are.


In August 2021, he released his single "Notice Me". In September 2021, he released a single titled "What Now?". In January 2022, he was scheduled to perform alongside frequent collaborator Sad Frosty in Houston, Texas but was unable due to the latter ultimately passing away in the days preceding the performance.


In February 2022, he released a single titled "PSA" as the final single for his second album, My Own Worst Enemy. 


In August 2022, he appeared on American rapper yvngxchris' album Virality on the track "QuikkSkope". 


In October 2022, he released a single with American rapper midwxst titled "Suicide".


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