Dangerous Rob and his visual for “I Love U” has become a Fan Favorite
Dangerous Rob aka Robert C. Daniels II is Oklahoma`s premier hip-hop artist and is known to his friends as D-Rob. Dangerous Rob has already made his mark in Japan, Germany, Australia, and the UK. He recorded his first rap record at the age of 15, with a group named THOB-MOB. Rob graduated from Thomas Edison Prep School, and then he went on to Langston University where he majored in Broadcasting and Journalism.
Ultimately, he put his educational goals aside and released his second record. With the combined forces of Partners-N-Rhyme, a local rap group, this record was distributed nationwide through an Independent label called ACI Records based out of Los Angeles, California. Independently, their record sold more than 500,000 copies of the single “Cold Chillin in the Middle.” This popularity allowed the group a feature on the Arsenio Hall Show and national tours across the country.
In 2022, Dangerous Rob released the single “Dangerous Wayz” and in March of 2023, Rob released the new single and accompanying visual “I Love U” from his 8th album. In the single, Rob explains, “Let me explain because this game is needed. Treat people how you want to be treated.” Per usual, Rob’s seasoned lyrics relay a message that people of all different walks of life can relate to. Now that the official video is here, the power that “I Love U” holds will continue to grow and capture the attention of real Hip-Hop fans.
The seasoned rapper has had previous success with singles, “Work It”, “To the Top” and “Real Sh!t”, and now beginning the year with “I Love U,” the most impactful song of this generation. The single is available on all streaming platforms. Oklahoma has produced some of the biggest names in the music industry. The Gap Band and Charlie Wilson, Garth Brooks, Carrie Underwood, Wayman Tisdale, and Hanson. It won’t be very long before Dangerous Rob is added to this list. Be sure to connect with Dangerous Rob on all social media and digital music platforms.
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