I know you heard of DDG from YouTube, but he has brought out his stardom in his music career by releasing his project Sorry For The Hold Up. By inking a deal with EPIC Records, his music will flourish to the fans, who have waited, to come out. We caught up with DDG and discussed how it is working with Queen Naija on the making of “Hold Up,” him hitting the road on tour and more below.
RESPECT.: What does DDG stand for?
DDG initials to my full name: Darryl Dwayne Granbury.
RESPECT.: How was it working with Queen Naija when linking up to make “Hold Up?”
It was cool and organic. I had already knew her, and there was a connection already made.
RESPECT.: What made you name the EP? What was the meaning behind it?
Fans were waiting for my music to drop. Once I dropped the EP, it was an apology.. The name itself shows what as sorry for the hold on me apologizing to them.
RESPECT.: So far, what can you say is your most favorite song to put out to your fans and why?
“Little baby” because the melodic is on a whole new level, and I can rock with the new style.
RESPECT.: Define RESPECT.
I see it as looking at someone, who is a human, that treats someone who you want to be treated.
RESPECT.: What was your reaction when signing the deal with your entertainment group plus EPIC Records?
It was dope! Epic showed interest and I own my masters in music.
RESPECT.: I see that you will be hitting the road for ‘Breaking The Internet’ tour, what will be the plans on that? Any special guest appearances?
It will be lit. My friends will be coming. The tour is self explanatory because it is me coming off the Internet and breaking it.
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