DJ B-Do

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DJ B-DO
Birth name Bradley Davis
Also known as B-DO
Born (1984-07-31) July 31, 1984 (age 32)
Port Arthur, Texas, United States
Genres Hip hop, rhythm and blues
Occupation(s) Record producer, rapper
Instruments Keyboard, sampler
Years active 2007-present
Labels Independent
Associated acts Pimp C, Bun B, UGK

Bradley "B-DO" Davis is an American record producer and rapper.

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Bradley Davis, better known as DJ B-Do or B-DO, is a producer and songwriter who was born and raised in Port Arthur, Texas. B-DO has played instruments since he was two years of age. Although he is known more for his production, he's in a group called [1] Da Underdawgz that the late Pimp C created with himself and Young T.O.E. He teamed up with Pimp C in 2007 and the duo's first song[2] "Grind Hard", which is produced by B-DO, landed them a spot on the RIAA Gold Certified UGK self-titled double album "Underground Kingz".[3][4] In 2008 B-DO was featured in "Lupe Fiasco's Hip Hop Saved My Life" video as the main character.[5] In 2009, B-DO produced "Purse Comes First" featuring Big Gipp and "Used To Be" featuring E-40, B Legit, 8Ball and MJG. His most recent production credit is on Bun B's new album Trill O.G., where he produced the initial single "Countin' Money", which featured Gucci Mane and Yo Gotti, which samples his verse "Grind Hard" from the UGK record featuring himself and Young T.O.E.

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