DDG - Push (Live @ Vevo Ctrl)

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DDG - "PUSH" Live Session | Vevo Ctrl

"I always wanted to be like more mainstream than underground," DDG has said. The Michigan MC knows how to fulfill on goals. From "Arguments" to "Run It Up," his tracks have been clocking strong numbers. He started out vlogging, including disses and freestyles, and his latest work is built on the skills he honed coming up in the YouTube world. We had him into our Ctrl studio for a roll through his red-hot "Hold Up" (whose official vid includes a Queen Naija feature) and "Push." Yep. Killed it.


Executive Producer: Micah Bickham
Director: Tomas Alvear
Producer: Maddy Schmidt
Director of Photography: Ryan Hamelin
Editor: Kevin Rose
Music & Talent: Annie Shapiro, David McTiernan


Rising from social media to become a recording artist, Michigan native DDG traded comedy for rapping, releasing a series of singles and collaborations in the late 2010s. His self-released debut, Take Me Serious, arrived in 2018.
Born Darryl Granberry Jr. in Pontiac, DDG got his start in 2014, posting videos online as PontiacMadeDDG. As his following grew to over a million subscribers, he continued creating comedic content (parodies, pranks, skits, and challenges) until transitioning to rap. Early singles "Dope" and "Lettuce" with Famous Dex arrived around 2017. As his audience expanded, he attracted more high-profile collaborators, including YBN Nahmir, G Herbo, and Black Youngsta on "Run It Up" and Queen Naija on "Hold Up." He issued the mixtape Take Me Serious in 2018, following in 2019 with the EP Sorry 4 the Hold Up (Epic/Sony).
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