Ricardo Dash (Born December 23rd 2000) Better Known As TNBD.Deebo (formerly Debo Montana) Is A New York Rapper, Singer, And Song Writer. Having A Passion For Music Since Diapers growing up around talented lyricists such as my father Master Izzum AKA Izzy The Great and Poppa Wu my mentor, uncle and spiritual advisor also kept me Embedded in the culture and the art of music, witch kept me in the studio with some of the greats as a kid ,shows, concerts etc. pops as gave me the name Deebo. An Interest In Creating His Own Music. Inspiring Artist Such As XXXtentacion, Ski Mask The Slump God, And Cdot Honcho Played A Great Part In His Career Decision.
Brooklyn Native Allah McCall, known as "Weather Park" is an explosive performer and a breath of fresh air for all those Hip Hop and Rap fans. His style is highly original, unorthodox and brimming with creativity uniquely his own and evokes some artist that he looks up to like the “Neptunes” and “The Lox’s”. Weather Park currently lives in Brooklyn, N.Y. and is working on his new album, tentatively entitled "SUN OF A BASTARD". His creativity for his title came from being father-less. This album is for all who grew up without a father and the trails and tribulations they had to go through to become the person they are today and many more. Weather Park has recently worked on two projects with Netflix’s. One was released last year April 2019 and the second will be released this year September. The first one was the sound track “Thriller”, which featured legendary artist “The RZA” from the group “WuTang Clan”. For his project to be released this September, which is called “Sudden Death Sequel” starring Micheal Jai White. His song “Glide like a Laker” will be featured within this movie. Weather park also will be working with known artist “Ciggy Black” and many more in the near future. Weather Park is now gearing up to show his fans what his drive and determination has lead him too. You can catch him at his next huge performance at the Indie Summer Jam in New York City.
Growing up in Brooklyn was the perfect place for a rapper such as BoNasty to harvest his skills and develop as an artist. BoNasty tested his mic skills at an early age by battling corner mc's and attending many show cases throughout the NYC area. There he was able to create a buzz and make a name for himself earning the name ”BoNasty” a.k.a "The Party Animal" because of his energetic stage performance, amazing crowd participation and fans' reaction while performing. His unique style, flow, delivery and ability to create great songs sets him apart from your typical rapper or group.
BoNasty released his first official studio album "Party Animal" on RedFace Records imprint; executive produced by Godfrey "Redzzz" Lewis. The album was his first master piece which created buzz for him as soon as it was debuted. Soon after his fans and supporters starting growing extremely fast. The album included tracks from producers Baby-G, B Ringe, Millz Millionz and Redzzz. Its versatility delivered hits like "Smacked Up" to the streets, "Don't Blame Me" for a more up-tempo party crowd and "Bump This in Your Jeep" for the laid back in your ride moments.
With his buzz growing and fan base increasing, BoNasty decided to take his music on the road and started heavy promotions in the Miami Beach area. There he was able to hook up with some of Miami’s top music producers and club promoters He started performing almost every week at night clubs like: Mansion, Karu N & Y, Space, Bed, Prive, White Diamonds, Suite and Sobe Live etc.. His grind led him to local DJ Radamas and their work together led them to be featured in Miami New Times June 3, 2010.
BoNasty recorded a single "Handz in da air like.." featuring one of hip hop’s biggest icon, Busta Rhymes. The single created a strong buzz among the mixtape and night club circuit. DJs and Radio disc jockeys all over have responded well to the single and placed in rotation or on their mixtapes. BoNasty’s song Push featuring Tweez recently won Spate Magazine’s first annual MP3 contest. Music is My Angel featuring Magz Don was on ThatsEnuff.com for his Feature Sunday’s selection.
Recently he's working with Mr. Lewis Ceo of Paper Rock Records also know as Spliff Star righthand man to Busta Rhymes. You can check out the following songs “They Can’t Hold Me Down”Bugs Kalhine featuring BoNasty and Skotti Beamer. He also shot “Pole Worker” featuring adult film star Monae. He also has a video My way with label mates Escobar and Jahzi. Currently Bonasty is finishing up his album Gutta by the Pound. It will be dropping real soon.