Dolla Bill is an artist from Clayton, NC. He does original music from rock to hip hop. Currently, he is releasing singles and building a catalog. His latest project is a compilation of rock tracks for album/EP “Shades of Green.” He is actively promoting singles “Turn the Screw,” “Messin”(with You), “No One to Blame” and the introspective “Wait for You” on radio/social media. Dolla’s music has been featured on radio, blogs, and playlists. His music is available worldwide. Dolla Bill tries to focus on quality, creativity, and his music is real, straight up, smooth, energetic, composed, and got some grit.

At the age of sixteen, Dolla started learning how to play guitar, writing lyrics, and emulating the lyrical themes and vocal styles of bands and front men that were popular among his circle of friends. He tried out for a few bands as a vocalist but didn’t have the right type of voice for the kind of music he was trying to cover. However, he began to evolve as a composer with an emphasis on lyric writing and song structure. This was the beginning of what became the journey or process of becoming a songwriter and finding his true voice.

Dolla Bill has been writing and performing rock/hip hop music for about seven years in North Carolina. He got the nickname or a.k.a. “Dolla Bill” from a co-worker friend that turned him on to freestyling and filling in as an MC. These sessions were spontaneous and quick ripoffs that showcased rhyme, flow, and some good compliment. Some of Dolla’s musical influences are but not limited to Kendrick Lamar, Fat Joe, Remy Ma, Eminem, Biggie, Dre, and Dime P. What makes Dolla’s music unique and interesting, is his deep voice, lyrical composition, and song structure.

SOURCE: Official Bio