You should remember Miami’s Black Dada from heat-filled hit “Imma Zoe” and the remix featuring Birdman and Rick Ross. He went on a hiatus from the lime light for a while after terminating his deal with Universal Republic and chose to stay behind the scenes.
During that time, Mr. Imma Zoe hit the weight room; he penned songs for the likes of Gloria Estefan, collaborated with Dr. Dre, Scott Storch and many other domestic and international artists. Due to popular demand he began to do features and perform once again. After his latest collaborations with upcoming artist Barachi (So Many Girls) and Producer, Gold Rush (Ride or Die), he decided to give his listeners some new music. His roller coaster ride in the music industry sparked the inspiration for his latest single “F’em.”
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