Rich Dondotta

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Rich Don Dotta
Born 1 January 1992 (1992-01-01) (age 29)
Evansville, U.S
Occupation Rapper • Singer • Songwriter • Producer
Years active 2017- Present
Known for Hip-Hop/Rap
Website
https://richdondotta.com/

Rich Don Dotta is an American artist known for "Pockets " which features comedian Jerimiah Phillips in the music video and "Got It On" featuring Ice Wear Vezzo and "Make it Count " shot by Mr Boomtown.[1]

Early life

Rich Don Dotta was born in Evansville but at the age of 3 left moved with mom and step dad and went on to Live in Georgia Texas and Mississippi And lived in Oklahoma City for 2 years where he started to take sports serious at the age of 10 before being back in home town to finish high school and being expelled for unlawful possession of a fire arm and other charges.

Career

Background

Rich Don Dotta came from a family of musicians with a musical background was recording tapes as Young as 3 with step Dad having An Aunt who was big in the local gospel scene in Memphis would get studio and marketing advice and an overall influence at a early age.

Instruments

Played instruments like the drums chello before giving up band for sports struggled through High School dropped out off college after one semester at USI and one semester at ICC Community College.

News

Had some small run ins with the law from age 16 up until the age of 24 until being charged with unlawful possession of a fire arm dealing and fleeing from a scene 2 days in a row and having 20k cash which made national and local news

First release

While being held with out bond for 8 months Rich Don Dotta In 2016 would release first big single "war" feat 21 savage would heat up and that's when it was decided to start taking music serious Dropping several independent mixtapes and doing Hundred of Thousands of Streams.[2]

Albums

  • No Stimulus
  • Dondotta World
  • F.A.D. 3
  • Irregular

Did you know...

He came from a family of musicians with a musical background.

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