Originally from Queens, NY, Caribbean-influenced rapper Dynas (b. Anthony Theodore) transplanted towards the Miami region in 1995 when still a teenager. An earnest competition, he instantly thrust himself in to the regional MC battle picture in South Florida. Before his saving career also got off the bottom, main label RCA demonstrated curiosity about the fight rapper; nevertheless, Dynas wasn’t ready to conform his music and picture to RCA’s liking. Therefore, needless to say, a deal hardly ever panned out, but as a primary product of cleaning shoulders numerous industry repetitions, DJ Spinna started tapping Dynas for collaborations over the DJ’s little Beyond True imprint. Dynas also documented several 12″s for the label, including “Spittin'” b/w “Miami” (2002) as well as the Masta Ace-guested “Video game Huntin'” (2004). Founding his personal imprint, Poor Gramma, Dynas finally produced buzz using the 12″ EP Blame Video game, the title tabs on which was made by Small Brother feeling 9th Question. As Dynas’ imprint started to discover success, he got a great many other distribution offers for his recordings and extended his underground catalog. The Nikki 12″ (2007) was cut for ABB Information; the digital LP Me, Myself, & Rhymes (2007) was documented for Rawkus; and the correct full-length The House (2008), which presented DJ Jazzy Jeff, Small Sibling, and Jay Dee, was released within the U.K.-centered BBE.
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