Dorrough’s performance was the epitome of entertainment with its own distinct swag. As soon as he hit the stage excitement rose as the young artist began to spit rhymes to a beat that had the crowd dancing, or as Dorrough would say, “Walk that Walk”!
“Get Big” and “Ice Cream Paint Job” truly give you a taste of life filled with Southern flavor. Tricked out, flashy cars, dancing, and fun is how we do it in the South! His music definitely had us hype and on our feet. Overall, his performance and presence possess the ability to have a broader appeal outside the South's boundaries.
After Dorrough’s performance he was kind enough to conduct an interview with your favorite D.O.L.L.S! We asked him questions about what he feels are the necessary tools to become successful in the music industry. We also wanted to know what advice he would give to an Up and Coming Artist. Check out the video click below:
What’s the most important trait to be successful in the music industry?
“Now-a-days it’s just about your grind. You have to grind consistently without giving up. It took a long time for people to even recognize my name outside my state. A lot of people give up before they get on, and a lot of people give up right before they get on.”
What advice would you give to an Up and Coming Artist?
“Start your own movement. Don’t try to enter the music industry by following others. Be a leader. Sooner or later people will buy into your own movement.”
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