American Rapper d4vd Comes to the Great American Music Hall on July 25th
D4vD, also known as David Agbodji, is an American rapper and songwriter. He was born on January 11, 1997, in the Bronx, New York.
D4vD gained attention in the late 2010s with his unique blend of trap, drill, and emo rap. His music is characterized by its dark, moody production, angsty lyrics, and gritty delivery. D4vD often draws inspiration from personal experiences, discussing topics such as depression, drug addiction, and heartbreak.
Some of D4vD’s most popular songs include “Prada Me,” “Red Light,” and “Death Wish,” which have collectively amassed millions of streams on platforms such as SoundCloud and Spotify. He has collaborated with several other artists in the underground rap scene, including Lil Gnar, Lil Tecca, and Jasiah.
Despite his relatively short career, D4vD has already developed a devoted fan base, with many praising his raw, emotionally charged style. He continues to release new music and build his profile as one of the rising stars of the underground rap scene.