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After cutting his teeth in the SoundCloud rap scene, Los Angeles rapper D. Savage broke out directly after high school with a style that was melodic and airy but far from soft. He had a viral hit in 2016 with his very first song and continued to evolve on mixtapes like 2018's D Phoenix and more fully realized studio albums like 2021's BPL.
D. Savage was born Dylan McCord in Queens, New York in 1998 but soon relocated with his family to Los Angeles. When he was 17, he found himself in a friend's recording studio with time to kill, and on a lark laid down a track called "30 Round Clip." The song was the young rapper's first attempt at recording music, but when he posted it online under the name D Savage 3900, it quickly accumulated millions of streams. He continued posting singles this way throughout 2016 and 2017, striking gold with 2017's "I Know," a song that showed significant artistic growth from his scrappy first experiments with recording. He soon signed a major-label deal with a subsidiary of Capitol and in 2018 (known simply as D. Savage) he released the D Phoenix mixtape. The project featured guest spots from Lil Yachty, Yung Bans, and Ty Dolla $ign, and generated more viral material for the rapper with tracks like "Opera." In July of 2019, D. Savage delivered his first studio album, Trust No One. After releasing the "How Does It Feel" single in 2020, the rapper returned with new album BPL in 2021. BPL featured a handful of guest features, including cameos from Lil Gnar and Matt Ox, as well as a collaborative single with Trippie Redd entitled "IDC."
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