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The Return Of Atlanta Artist, Baby D aka Dizzle

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Information provided by Mizay Entertainment.

Famed Atlanta hip-hop artist formally known as Baby D — now known as Dizzle — was released from prison in the later part of 2011. While serving time due to a drug conviction steaming from an informant, Dizzle remained passionate about his music career, and continued to work as one of the industry’s leading artist while behind bars — writing and collaborating with the some of the biggest players in the game.

In March of 2012, the artist now known as Dizzle decided to change his stage name from the Baby D, citing a new chance with a new beginning, he then went on to create his own label, AMG [Alliance Music Group]. The label name Alliance derives from his idea of individuals driven to create a unit.

With credits to his career such as Sony and Cox, Waka Flocka Flame, Gucci Mane, Juice and many more, Baby D has released hits, such as “Do It”, and “Bout Money”, in-which both climbed the top of the music charts and quickly became a YouTube sensation. With his impeccable underground solo movement, he has created along with collaborated with a collection over 100 mix-tapes under his belt, and remains one of Atlanta’s underground Hip-Hop legends.

Baby D, has joined the ranks of hip-hop’s elite by way of now being officially signing to Debra Antney, to manage his career. Antney’s company, Mizay Entertainment, lists a roster of back-to-back platinum-selling artists from past to present including Nicki Minaj, Gucci Mane, OJ Da Juiceman, French Montana to Antney’s biggest artists none other than her son Waka Flocka Flame.

Dizzle’s [Baby D], new video is currently being released; titled “One Night Somethin” Ft Gucci Mane, along with his new hit single “Molly” Ft Waka Flocka Flame, “Molly” the music video, which includes special features from VH1′s crew looking behind the scenes of filming the rappers video.

Dizzle’s anticipated album titled “Respect My Grind “ is expected to be released during the summer of 2013.

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