|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||A Underground Blackout||4||Audio||1995|
|2||Poverty & Riches||11||Audio||1999-11-23|
|4||Go Go Go||4||Audio||2013-03-11|
|5||The One (Lets Get Paid Mixes)||2||Audio||2013-07-05|
|7||Ina Di Red||5||Audio||2013-08-02|
|8||Who's The New Jack||4||Audio||1994-05-10|
|9||L.A.H (Loving A Hustler)||7||Audio||2005-06-12|
|11||Urban Poetry (Remastered)||32||Audio||2011-10-12||Unknown Source Music|
Force Dawg is known for his free-flowing rap style over hitting hip-hop beats. At the tender age of five, Daforce was introduced to his first instrument, the guitar. By age nine, he was introduced to drums. Neither instrument was enough to satisfy his thirst for musical knowledge but they helped shape his producing skills and aspirations.
Daforce started his first band at 10 and took part in gradeschool talent shows. The breakthrough of rap/hip-hop music on the mainstream played and instrumental part in his adolescent years. Artists like Run DMC, LL Cool J, Erik B and Rakim etc. became influental in his music direction. Writing lyrics all day made it difficult to concentrate on school work.
Daforce’s first home studio was the beginning of many early demos. Daforce cameout with his first single in 1994. Then a second single and an EP a few years later. Currently Force dawg is about to drop his third single to support his video. The fulllength album will follow shortly after.
His skills as a producer has made him sought after by many independent artists. Smokin Ya Prod is one of many new projects he is developing. Unkown Source Music is the label he signed to currently. Remember his face because you won’t forget his name: Daforce A.K.A. Force Dawg.