Tune in as Midwest rapper Digmata returns with a new music video for his song “Dreaming” taken from his well received album Digmata: The Life.
The song is the outro his album and is an introspective song that allows Digmata to reflect on the struggle of growing up around street violence and crime in a small city between Cleveland and Columbus.
“I try to make sure each new project is unique. I don’t want every song to sound the same. I try to step it up a level with each new thing I do,” Digmata said of his music.
But there was a time when the streets almost claimed Digmata himself, as the young emcee dodged a 28 year prison sentence all while losing his mentor, David (King Dave) Bronson, to street violence. The path was not easy, but Digmata has never given up and he continues to pursue his dreams no matter the challenges he faces.
“After Dave was murdered I turned to music to find a way out of the hood. This song was created to give inspiration to anyone like me that may need that push to continue following your dreams. It’s important to continue to fight through life’s obstacles,” Digmatasaid in a statement to the press.
As the NewEraCam directed visual continues to circulate across the internet, Digmata is gearing up to perform at the Nerve DJs SXSW Midwest Monsters Stage March 16th and 17th in Austin, Texas.
Digmata is no stranger to the stage having done shows with Stalley, Ray Jr. and Bone Thugs, while he is also set to be featured on Big Heff’s 15 city Streets Most Wanted Tour starting in April.
“I love all my fans that have been able to catch me on tour I appreciate everyone taking the time to listen to my music and add me on social media. I am involved in all aspects of my career so when you follow me, I’ll follow back. Catch a show, pick up a CD, I always have something I’m working on so there will be new projects coming soon!” Digmata added.
With a growing list of achievements, Digmata has started his own record label One Team One Dream, LLC (OTOD) to keep his music going until the dream is complete.
Digmata: The Life is now available on all streaming sites and online stores.