ENTERTAINING, versatile and energetic are just some of the words one can use to describe rapper, writer, dancer, actor, producer and record executive at Dunndidit Entertainment, John Paul Dunn.
Dunn, affectionately known as Mr Dunndidit, grew up in Mariannridge, a small township just outside Pinetown whose housing protests regularly made national headlines. The town is made up of apartments and semi-detached houses.
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Nonetheless, Mr. Dunndidit did not let his background and circumstances stop him from pursuing his dreams.
He is a husband and father of a five-year-old child, who is currently signed to his own record label.
He has been at the forefront of entertainment since his early childhood as a dancer and later a rapper.
The passionate artist signed his first recording contract with his rap group ‘YGB Young Gifted and Black’ in 2004 and went on to share the stage with artists like international star Tamia, the late Mandoza, TKZ and many more. others.
Through his label, he created a sound that was contagious and distinctly his own. Although his first Extended Play (EP) was an Amapiano offering, his skills are not limited to one genre.
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“I am a self-taught producer, which allows me to be more involved in my musical works. I have a masterful ear for melody and song arrangement in many genres,” he said.
Since the successful creation of the Rock Da House brand, he decided to work on the Mr Dunndidit brand.
He recently released his three-track debut EP titled Yanos from Durban with features from Mayo, Senzo M and Sbu DBN is available on all major digital platforms.
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