Apr 11, 2019
They say if the road isn't what you want it to be, that you should work to shape it for not only yourself but for others.
D.O. Gibson has been living that mindset since taking his first steps into the rap game in 1999, constantly challenging himself to create better opportunities. Whether it was open mics with live bands, breaking the world record for longest freestyle, or making his own label and helping showcase fellow musicians in the Netherlands.
In fact D.O.'s relationship with the Netherlands has grown so much that he now considers it his 'Second Home', which also happens to be the name of his upcoming album, on which he working with Netherlands based producer Tantu Beats.
When D.O. isn't laying down some tight wordplay, you can usually find him touring across Canadian schools speaking with student about topics like leadership, bullying, and peer pressure with his Stay Driven presentation, which has received high praise and feedback from faculty, parents, and students alike.
Join D.O. Gibson as he takes you through the progression of his career as a rap artist, how he relates it back to young minds, and his upcoming album "Second Home"