Daisha Mcbride Is Taking Over The Rap Scene In The Music Industry – Teen Blurb

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Daisha Mcbride is an American rapper and songwriter also known as the rap girl. She is from Knoxville, Tennessee USA. She was first introduced to music when she joined her church choir. The star also learned how to play the violin and piano. At the age of 10, she was introduced to hip-hop and rap.

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For Father’s day, she did a Father’s day rap presentation for him. She graduated from Harden Valley Academy in Knoxville Tennessee in 2014 and is currently a student at Middle Tennessee State University where she’s doing her bachelor’s degree in music business.

Her Career

Her nickname, the rap girl was given to her while she was in high school. She was always freestyling in the lunchroom. Her success came after she constantly posted videos on YouTube back in 2011. She reached renowned fame on Twitter and Instagram by posting videos. Daisha often named Nicki Minaj, Kehalnin, and Missy Elliot as her inspiring figures.

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The star is a phenomenal figure who has infused her college-level industry training cleverly into her own style of music. Going to college was aimed at appeasing her parents but soon saw the advantages of college education of which opens her to various marketing skills and opportunities and how to manipulate deals to her advantage.

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At first, she went on to use trial and error if it will work. As a result, she went viral on social media and soon advanced from being trial and error. She met her primary producers Big Bruno and Sci-Fybecause of her ability to connect with people.

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