The artist known as “DBoi Da Dome” gets his name from the infamous Pennsylvania Ave area of
Baltimore known as the dome. DBoi as he’s known for short, became fascinated with the street
life at an early age – as many teens do, but as DBoi grew deeper into the lifestyle he started
finding that he wanted more of a purpose for his life that he was not truly getting from the
streets. DBoi first thought of rappers wasn’t the most embracing to say the least, but one day,
while waiting for a friend to arrive for a studio session he decided to sample the booth
experience and immediately fell in love! DBoi Da Dome experienced major success from his hard work and dedication to his new craft. He's had major radio play behind songs such as "Trash Bags" and "Black and Orange" and now "Chef God"