Dangerous Rob is a businessman, innovator, and hip hop artist. He balances it all while stamping his impact in the hip hop game. Being in the music industry for over 20 years, Dangerous Rob has founded in own label, Freedam Records, succeeded as an independent artist, reaching fans in Japan, Germany, and the United Kingdom, as well as performing with LL Cool J, Run DMC, Juvenile and more. His legacy is inspiring. After 7 albums, Dogg Pound Next Generation’s General, Dangerous Rob is heating up the airwaves with the first single from the album Dangerous Wayz. The celebratory single, 100 Stacks, is titled to be a ladies anthem which is already garnering comments on Twitter with the pre-release in markets like Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York and Oklahoma.
Despite Dangerous Rob announcing that his final album will be Dangerous Wayz, there is still more to hear from him. Check out the interview after the jump.
Tell us about yourself and your music
Dangerous Rob: [I’m] Dangerous Rob, raised in Tulsa Oklahoma. I have been in music industry for 25 years and set to release my eighth and final album Dangerous Wayz.
How would you describe your sound?
Dangerous Rob: I call my sound middlelism. A mixture of G-funk and reality music blended together… Realism.
Talk about the experience making your song/mixtape.
Dangerous Rob: I really took my time making this last album because I wanted all the pieces in place. There’s songs for women, the hustlas, and gangstas. I also wanted to use more diverse sounds. People will hear the diversity when they hear the new album.
What are you currently working on? Any new projects? Shows?
Dangerous Rob: Expanding my brand Freedam Records and Entertainment. I am working on touring in Japan hopefully that pans out since that is my biggest selling market and I also would like to complete the DPNG 10 year anniversary project, and working on releasing my webisode series for “100 Stacks.”
What has been your biggest highlight in your music career this far?
Dangerous Rob: My biggest highlight would be working with Daz Dillinger and being a part of the legendary Dogg Pound movement.
Name your ideal collaboration: mainstream or independent artist(s)
Dangerous Rob: Collaborating with Snoop
Name something random that people do not know about you.
Dangerous Rob: I was on the Arsenio Hall Show.
What’s one thing you have learned or discovered while being in the indie music scene/industry?
Dangerous Rob: Trust God and remain humble.
What can we expect from you in the future?
Dangerous Rob: The release of my eight and final album Dangerous Wayz, and the “100 Stacks” webisode series
Anything else you would like to share with our readers?
Dangerous Rob: I really want to take the time to thank everybody who has supported throughout this journey. From the bottom of my heart all the love is greatly appreciated.
Visit freedamrecords.com for all updates. Chuuuch!
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