Daniel Nashon Mosley, also known as Dnash Tha Rapper, owns Rap Angels Entertainment and operates out of Cincinnati, Ohio. He’s performed countless times in the highly-popular hip-hop bar Mad Frog in downtown Cincinnati sharing the stage with some of the best rappers that Ohio has to offer. And on online channels, Daniel Nash has only more authority. His YouTube videos have been viewed tens of thousands of times and his Spotify is stacked with two albums and eight singles and EPs. The young artist promises that this number will only continue to grow.
But what makes the Ohio-based musician stand out is his commitment to be a positive influence in society. His songs’ messages have an overall positive tone and seek to spread messages that uplift and champion others. One of his tracks “Some Things Never Change” was launched for the sake of Cancer awareness and was dedicated to Carl Wesley, a young man who battled Kidney Cancer.
As an influencer, Mosley uses his platform to inspire others to invest back into the community as he does the same. The rapper uses his earnings to give to the homeless and constantly gets involved in projects that help the youth and the elderly.
Dnash Tha Rapper doesn’t smoke, drink or wear chains. And while that makes him stick out like a sore thumb in his industry, Mosley maintains his conviction. He also runs a mini-show on his Facebook account called “Dnash Tha Rapper Talks.” He uses the show to spread positive messages and address issues that need to be brought to center stage.
One of the issues Mosley wants to bring to light is the discrimination of African-Americans in the nation. And that’s what his third album, “The Lost Story,” exists to do. The album is set to launch on June 19, 2020, which also happens to be the 155th anniversary of freedom from black slavery.
Songs on “The Lost Story” tackles issues such as stereotyping, false convictions and the injustice of racial profiling in the United States. Demonstrations and rallies have happened all across the nation in the past few weeks as a response to reports of violence and police brutality towards African-Americans. With his upcoming album, Daniel is not afraid to tell the world that these are issues that are worth looking into.
It’s the young rappers dream to be a catalyst for what would be a “Remembrance Day” of sorts for people who lost their lives to police brutality. A study by The Washington Post shows that more than 5,000 people have been shot and killed by the police since 2015. The same study showed that Black Americans are killed by police at more than twice the rate of white Americans.
With issues like this, artists like Daniel Nash Mosley choose not to be silent. He hopes that the release of “The Lost Story” will help the cause for racial equality in America and even in the whole world.
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