Born two months premature at Bellevue hospital to a teenage mother, and raised in Brooklyn- a city where reaching age 21 is celebrated (and with good reason), Danse Daimons, has been beating the odds from day one. He has been through it all from graduating from college, hustling in the streets, playing D-1 baseball, working a 9-5 to support his family- all while mastering the art of survival in the concrete metropolis.
After a few bumps in the road with his athletic career, Danse decided it was showtime and began to pursue his first true love music.
Hailing from the birthplace of many hip hop pioneers that paved the way for him, Danse knows how critical it is to protect the integrity of rap, and has taken the initiative to step up and shut down. He’s at the frontline of a campaign that many would call the “Return of the Spitters” and in every bar he aspires to make what he calls “Real Rap”, back to the forefront where it belongs. He’s here to save all the disenfranchised fans who have grown tired of the convention of Bubble Gum Rap, and the fluorescent clothing in hip hop.
Having recorded over 1000 songs to date, Danse Daimons is sure to be on every hip hop fans radar soon enough. He wants everyone to understand, his gripe isn’t with the artists making dance songs or wearing tight clothes, it’s purely with the OVER SATURATION of these things in hip hop. Hearing enough of this approach- Danse is here to show his niche in the game.