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Published:April 6th, 2007 07:19 EST
Judyth Piazza's Battle of the Bands Featuring D. Fenominal with Let It Go

Judyth Piazza's Battle of the Bands Featuring D. Fenominal with Let It Go

By SOP newswire


Growing up his family moved constantly, due to hardship. He was never settled and suffered from negligence as a child one which allows him, to create songs with meaning.

Born a Long Islander, D.Fenominal chose to pursue a career in the music industry a few years ago. He was noticed and his talent recognized through poetry. Thus, inspired from recording artist that have already established careers in the music industry, D.Fenominal felt he had the potential and creativity needed to survive in the game of hip-hop today. From past experiences, he learned that in this society we live in; there is a need for a voice of reason.

Having performed in places like The Tunnel in New York City, The Sugar Shack in S.C., Uptown Vibz in CT, The Black Cat on Miami`s South Beach, as well as, the Platinum & Ice concert at Nassau Coliseum. D.Fenominal has the tools necessary for maintaining the status of a true hip-hop artist. He has worked side by side with the likes of known hip hop artist, Fat Joe, Big Pun, Showbiz of the D.I.T.C. crew, and more.
In June of 2002, his production company M.A.D. (Making All Dope) Beats was formed. Currently D.Fenominal plays a major part in the building phases of establishing the foundation of Jus Cel Records. Anger Mgmt based in Connecticut is his management company.

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Theatrical Edit by LEON....This feature contains some explicit language.