|December 22, 2010
D.O.Slang releases first CD
Published on December 22, 2010
Moose Jaw Times Herald
A Moose Jaw Central Collegiate student has produced his own CD of hip hop, rap and R&B music.
Daniel Obedi, 20, who is an English as a Second Language student, moved to Moose Jaw from Uganda in 2008 with his parents, five brothers and sister.
He has made a CD called Hustler Boy under the name D.O.Slang, produced by Nebulus Entertainment in Moose Jaw.
The CD contains 10 songs, which Obedi wrote himself.
"I just have a love of music which is why I do it," he said.
"It's singing and rapping. I think it's really nice to have my own CD out. It's my first experience in music and I think it's fun."
Obedi was due to perform some of his tracks at Central Collegiate today.
"My favourite tracks are Ghetto Queen and Life Goes On. Life Goes On is about my life and that I grew up in Africa.
"I wrote all the songs myself. It's a really good experience for my first time singing and writing songs. It's really hard but I do it every day and it's fun," he said.
And Obedi already has plans for his next album, which he hopes to record in July or August.