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News Tulsa Hip Hop Shines Via Dangerous Rob
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Written by Robert ID3075   
Wednesday, 18 October 2006 03:10

Sir, yes, sir! Tulsa hip hop has done it. The General of The Dogg Pound Next Generation, Dangerous Rob, is leading the way and pioneering uncharted waters with his endorsement deal with the hip hop luminaries the Dogg Pound.

Recently, Dangerous Rob released "Love the Player" for radio play and a mixtape on CD. The mixtape, titled ‘Comin'' from tha Thugg’, features exclusive tracks by hip hop notables Snoop, Daz, and Makivelli (Tupac / 2Pac). It is only available from FREEDAM Records in Tulsa, Oklahoma and is expected to become a collector's item in time.

The mixtape is only the beginning of what is to come. Due to his successes in Germany, the United Kingdom, and Japan, we can expect bigger things from Dangerous Rob with the release of his upcoming full-length album ‘Itz a Dangerous World’ - scheduled to hit stores in October.

Dangerous Rob, who is also known in hip hop circles as D-Rob or D Rowdy, has been in the hip hop and rap game for 20 years now. He has performed with Chubb Rock, Club Nevaeu, Doug E. Fresh, Dr. Dre, E.P.M.D., Flesh-n-Bone, Ice T, LL Cool J, Melle Mell, Mike Jones, NWA, Ready for the World, Tone'' Toni Tony, and the legendary Too $hort. Last March in 2006, Dangerous Rob was seen backstage at the Gypsy Tea Room in Dallas with Daz Dillinger, Kurupt, and Ice Cube.

When asked about his recent successes with Snoop Dogg and the Dogg Pound's newly formed group, The Dogg Pound Next Generation, Dangerous Rob said, "All of my hard work and perseverance is finally paying off and being recognized." D-Rob also wants us to know that the mixtape, radio play, and the video "Cause I''m Black" was only the first salvo in a series of future projects. When asked to explain, Dangerous Rob said, "We [FREEDAM Records] intend to release another video for the song ‘What I''m About’, a short film project with other well-known Oklahoma rappers like Nitro and Young Hustlaz, plus another Dangerous Rob album in 2007."

For more information please visit www.dangerousrob.com

Dangerous Rob can also be found at www.myspace.com/dangersquad13

 
News Tulsa Hip Hop Shines Via Dangerous Rob

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