Da Squadboys also known as D.S.B (Da Squad boys) are a group of boy’s from Africa (Ghana). Da squad boys was found early in 2004 .
When Da Squad boys hit the hip hop music industry in 2004, neither the critics, fans, nor Eugene Ghartey himself ever imagined that the rap/hiphop industry would have allowed him and Da Squad boys to play a significant role in the signature sound that is now known as Da Sqaud.
A year ago Eugene and Da Squad boys found themselves in a place of reconstruction. Surveying the state of the industry and the influence of his realm, Eugene decided to recreate himself as a full-fledged rapper.
That was the day I decided I had to evolve into a full blown artist. I went to my friend Sidney a.k.a Destanza,(Co-Founder and CEO of Da Squad boys Records), and began to plan our new role’s and positioning within this rap thing.
Deciding to juggle another hat within the company, Da squad boys put themselves on a vigorous training schedule honing their verbal skills day and night writing and practicing in the studio and critiquing themselves. Their savage determination and drive for perfection produced their debut solo single “Ain’t no party” in Rotterdam. But it was not successfully so they couldn’t bring it out because they had a problem with the person who made the beat).
Da Squad boys decided to move on and kept making good music. Months later Da Squad boys hit in the both and recorded a hit track called “Shock absorbers”.
Da Squad boys released the hit track “Shock absorbers” months later and sold about 8.000 copies allegedly on the streets. The Track “Shock absorbers” success earned the young teenagers fans throughout the country.
Early 2007 they met So Sincere (The CEO from Wise Cash records) and talked about the music business and not long after that they hard a deal with Wise cash Records for 2 years long.
After a year later Da Squad boys decided to leave Wise Cash records, because Wise Cash was kind of waisting their time.
Wise Cash records told them to finish a song (single) called “Stop Talking Slick”. After working on that song (single) Wise Cash records did a video clip of the song “Stop Talking Slick” .
Da Squad boys were not expecting such a video from a record label. To Da squad boys the quality of the video was really bad and also Da Squad boys found out Wise Cash Records paid 100 euro’s for making the video.
My Swagg, 2009
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