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The pioneering Oakland rapper Dangerous Dame has reportedly died. Last night, Dame’s regular collaborator Too $hort reported Dame’s passing on Instagram. No cause of death has been revealed.
Comments0Bay Area Rapper Dangerous Dame Has Reportedly Died The pioneering Oakland rapper Dangerous Dame has reportedly died. Last night, Dame’s regular collaborator Too $hort reported Dame’s passing on Instagram.
No cause of death has been revealed.Dangerous Dame was born Damon Edwards, and he was part of Too Short’s group the Dangerous Crew, which also featured Spice 1, Ant Banks, and Pee Wee. Dangerous Crew released their independent self-titled album in 1988.
Dame signed with Atlantic Records at a time when Bay Area rappers rarely found national distribution, and he released his major label debut I Got What You Want in 1990.
Dame released two more independent albums, 1992’s Same Olé Dame and 1994’s Make Room 4 Daddy. He also had a track on Master P’s first West Coast Bad Boyz compilation and collaborated with Bay rappers like Mac Dre.
American Rapper Dangerous Dame stabbed Video
RIP to the Oakland legend Dangerous Dame. I def was called his name soon as I introduced myself to the older guys….”
Dangerous Dame, whose real name was Damon D. Edwards was a famous rapper. He released his debut studio album, I Got What You Want, on Atlantic in 1990.He was renowned for penning lyrics about injustice, poverty, and inequality that were socially conscious and thought-provoking.
Dame was a promising young rapper. Along with his talent, he was respected for his unwavering optimism and unwavering outlook on life, which he upheld throughout his whole life.