DJ B-Do

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DJ B-DO
Birth name Bradley Davis
Born (1984-07-31) July 31, 1984 (age 31)
Origin Port Arthur, Texas
Genres Hip hop, Rap, R&B
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 African 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 2 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 & Young T.O.E. He teamed up with legend Pimp C in 2007 & the duo's first song [2]"Grind Hard", which is produced by B-DO, landed them a spot on the [3] RIAA Gold Certified UGK self-titled double album "Underground Kingz".[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 & "Used To Be" featuring E-40, B Legit, 8Ball & 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 & Yo Gotti, which samples his verse "Grind Hard" from the UGK record featuring himself & Young T.O.E.

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