The Underground Party: Dum Dolla “No Pressure”

Written by on 25 November 2014

With a name like Dum Dolla, not only do you need stupid, crazy dollars, but you need stupid, sick lyrics to match and Dum Dolla certainly fits the bill. This Dallas native, hailing from the tough streets of Oak Cliff, knows a thing or two about adversity. Born Domonique Thomas on November 24, 1988, Dum Dolla has had musical aspirations since he was a teenager. His unique style and delivery has garnered him much attention for his current EP @DumDolla.

Never one to settle for good enough, Dolla is also pushing out his debut solo album, “Blessed Re-Loaded.” With his soon-to-be-released single, “No Pressure,” Dum Dolla is proving to the music world that there’s no pressure he can’t handle, including when he lost his rapping partner, Sir E Rok Ridge, to prison.

Co-CEO under the powerhouse B.M.E (Big Money Empire) label, Dum Dolla has a philosophy of spreading the Dallas sound by introducing the masses to its diverse musical sound and culture. At the same time, he wants the world to learn more about the neighborhood where he got his hustle and sound. With a strong fan base, Dum Dolla is sure to put Dallas music in the upper echelon.

To cash in on Dum Dolla’s sound, you can follow Dum Dolla on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, all at Dum Dolla. He can be found on Sound Cloud at .You can also subscribe and view all of Dum Dolla’s official videos on YouTube under Dum Dolla.

In addition, Tha Afterparty Radio is proud to feature Dum Dolla as a special guest on the Street Committee Radio with K. Kelley on Saturday, November 29 from noon to 2:00 p.m. This is an interview you will not want to miss.

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