Real Name:
Harold E. Armstrong
DMG (which stands for DetriMental Ganxta) got his start in St. Paul, Minnesota recording underground hip-hop tapes in the early 1990's. One night after a rap concert, DMG followed rapper Scarface (3) to his hotel room where he played for him one of his tapes. The impressed Scarface took a liking to DMG's unique style and landed him a deal with Rap-A-Lot Records where the Minnesota-based artist released the underground classic Rigormortiz in 1993. Several years later DMG was invited to become a part of Scarface's spin off project Facemob, a hip-hop collective consisting of several rappers from different regions. DMG continued recording on collaboration hip-hop projects for Rap-A-Lot into the late 1990's and early 2000's, including a second solo release titled "Black Roulette" in 2003. He is known to many hip-hop critics for his overtly violent lyrics and having a sound and flow similar to his protégé Scarface.
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DMG Discography


DMG Rigormortiz (Album) Rap-A-Lot Records US 1993 Sell This Version
03474 42017 2 0 DMG Black Roulette(CD, Album) J. Prince Entertainment, Rap-A-Lot Records 03474 42017 2 0 US 2003 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

DMG You Don't Hear Me Doe (Single) Priority Records, Rap-A-Lot Records US 1993 Sell This Version

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