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D'Adore - (Ghostwriter of Ghostwriters) is a South New Jersey-born Rapper, Music/Video Producer, and Mind queen of Queen Empire Records.
D'Adore released and distributed her 12" record"Flow Like A River" backed with"Unda'Ground Radio" on Queen Empire Records in 1995- that is still a rare global DJ vinyl collectible today. Often called'Queen Maestro' to original theories, tools and emphasise designs by her peers because of her ability, to bring life to jobs equally audible and visually. D'Adore has been praised in the community for music, not only her lyrics and production, but her advertising fashion sense - topping off her fully whimsical brands.
D'Adore has been mentored by some of the masters at hip-hop - Professor X (R.I.P.) head of X Clan, Diamond producer and bassist Stewart"Shorty B" Jordan, but largely and most recently- Silkski (R.I.P.) Platinum producer, rapper and member of Rap Music Wu-Tang's Brooklyn Zu and Killa Beez. D'Adore is also a former Brooklyn Zu affiliate, being 1/3 of the never released Zu Rocks began by Silkski in 2001, under Ol' Dirty Bastard's (R.I.P.) blessings and approval.
D'Adore's'The H.O.L.D (House of Lyrical Daggers) Album' Vol. 1 is available NOW!! In https://www.dadore.com/, quickly followed by Vol. 2. Digging up from the archives of her unreleased and remastered singles in 1992-2007's period, D'Adore re-spreads her wings. Artists Manny C, Salee', Silkski aka Big Rock, African Protestant, Vizzy Harlem, Tight B and much more. This album is definitely set to please not only her die hard 90's fans- but packs of gaining her new fans by catering to the true hip-hop head directly into 37, the smack possibility. Her first four singles from'The H.O.L.D' album are outside in online shops now and here in www.dadore.com-"It's Corrupted" featuring Kid Krash, the digital 12" remasters of"Flow Like A River","Unda'Ground Radio", and"Unda'Ground Radio - Phatul". D'Adore fourth drop certainly does not disappoint as she releases the Bonus Track"Tomb Raider - Battle Mode" featuring Manny C and 1.3.5, the final kickoff to'The H.O.L.D Album'.