If you ever catch yourself wondering what the folks down in Broward County, Florida, are getting down to, it’s more than likely to be the hip-hop artist from New York making waves in the South Florida music scene, Downtown Dame.
Taking inspiration from musical legends such as Jay-Z, Ludacris, and Tupac Shakur, Damion Brown a.k.a. Downtown Dame has Broward buzzing with his unique musical style, which showcases his lyricism mixed with a melodic flow. His fresh and soulful music, which he developed in Brooklyn, stands out among the mixes the local artists in the county produce. Dame’s musical genius is the envy of the county, and he often posts videos of his new music and freestyles on his Instagram. His skill and energy on the stage are unmatched. Dame exudes charm and exuberance that is difficult to replicate. This appeal has gained him quite the following.
Music has a special place in Dame’s heart, as it once saved his life. So in return, he wants to be that spark for someone else and help change their lives through his songs. Dame knows the transformative power of music and the power that it holds to influence a person’s decisions; he has been on that same road before.
Music has not only helped Dame stand out and make a name for himself; it has also helped him into the position he holds today. Dame moved out of the poorest section of New York to learn how to establish a multimillion-dollar company. It was hard for seventeen-year-old Dame, but he was adamant about his plans and felt that he had a mission to fulfill. With that knowledge and relentless work ethic, he started a black-owned record label that teaches black entrepreneurship and modern music business for free in his community. Building a sense of community around his music is central for Dame, and he believes he would not be as successful today if not for his dedication to establish a relationship with his people.
His willful refusal to never be outworked by the next person is the reason why his business is flourishing today. His passion and love for music are apparent to everyone he meets. While he is relatively new to the music business, he has collaborated with a few established veterans after they saw his potential. Dame’s discography is composed of “You Feel Me,” “B.C.B Bandit,” “Feel My Soul,” and “The B.C.B Tape Vol. 1,” among others.
Dame has held his own on his upcoming “B.C.B Tape 2” release and is eager to garner the feedback of his community on it. Like any good musician, he is keen on listening to his fans and his community for constructive criticism, as this is key in further succeeding in his industry. Dame has an exciting upcoming opportunity to open for the Runaway Slave Tour this coming June 26, 2020, in Miami. If you’re interested in seeing him perform in real life, grab your tickets here.