D Dot “just rapping."
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Taken from the Kiwi’s latest album Falling Into Place.
Don't be surprised if David Dallas' video for "Runnin" inspires you to get off your butt and hit the pavement, or at least start clapping along.
"And my mentality is money-orientated.
With every new track, it becomes clearer that David Dallas is a dual threat.
Leave it to someone as ecstatically diverse as David Dallas to create the Buffalo Man EP, a concept project which only samples British jazz-funk group Jamiroquai.
"Ever Get The Feeling" that you're in the middle of a Planet Earth episode.
As the most recognizable face of New Zealand rap, David Dallas dropped onto my radar the day that he decided to include an adorable kitten in his music video.
New Zealand's favorite ex-pat MC, David Dallas, is prepping the release of his new album, Falling Into Place, by releasing the lead single, "Pay Off.
It's always a great feeling when you're welcomed with open arms into your new environment.
To commemorate the arrival of international Hip-Hop product to North American shores, directors Tom Gould and Alexander Richter give David Dallas' New Zealand sense of vision a New Yorker's varnish for the "Start Lookin' Round" video.
Take David Dallas' track title with a grain of salt: if he really felt like one of the Gallaghers, he'd be bitter, quarrelsome and feeling superficially great from knocking down a Scarface-sized mountain of nose candy.
David Dallas and production company Special Problems decided to get very creative with The Rose Tint's "Take A Picture.
It’s Monday morning, my brain is moving just about as slow as can be, and joy of joys, it’s raining.
Today's the great day for D. Dallas' much talked about project, The Rose Tint. With the release harboring only a few features, David holds his own amongst a sea of newcomers, which shouldn't be a task at all considering he's already traversed oceans and continents to make it this far. Stream the project via the audio player below and/or download it in a quick, easy zip file for free at www.daviddallas.co.nz.
Dave Dallas' accent may be a little off-putting initially but do understand his music is rap with resolve and grit.
Take a little bit of gangsta and gleam, poise and polish, and your mixture might just resemble the unconventional pairing of David "Best Rapper In New Zealand" Dallas and Freddie "Best Rapper In Gary, Indiana" Gibbs. With their esteemed demographics represented in every ounce of lyricism they possess, the phrase "Caught In A Daze" takes on a new meaning aside from the obvious wacky tobacky-induced euphoria. From NZ to L.A., Hip-Hop shows its global dominance as it's equally present as the shining sun. David Dallas is wasting no time putting the D's in Duck Down Records.