D.A. Got That Dope

D.A. Got That Dope
Birth nameDavid Lewis Doman
Also known as
  • D.A. Got That Dope
  • D.A. on The Track Man
Born (1984-08-03) August 3, 1984 (age 37)
Chicago, Illinois, United States
  • Record producer
  • music programmer
  • songwriter
  • Keyboards
  • drum machine
Associated acts

David Lewis "D.A." Doman (born August 3, 1984), known professionally as D.A. Got That Dope (stylized as d.a. got that dope), is an American record producer, songwriter and music executive from Chicago, Illinois. He started off his career in the mid-2000s working with Chicago underground artists such as Mikkey Halsted, Kidz in the Hall, and Bump J. In 2011, after a few years handling drum programming for J. R. Rotem, which landed him a multi platinum plaque for the co-production of JLS’ "Everybody in Love"— he moved to Los Angeles in search of better opportunities.[1] He has since become known for producing the songs "Privacy" by Chris Brown, "Zeze" by Kodak Black (featuring Travis Scott and Offset), and "Dip" by Tyga (featuring Nicki Minaj), "Taste" by Tyga (featuring Offset), and "Godzilla" by Eminem (featuring Juice Wrld).[2][3] D.A. is a music executive that discovered, signed, and is currently A&R for 24kGoldn.[4]

  1. ^ Cantor, Paul (February 25, 2014). "Interview: David "D.A." Doman Talks About Producing Young Money's "Senile"". Complex. Retrieved March 9, 2015.
  2. ^ Leight, Elias (2018-10-26). "D.A. Doman Produced Two of the Year's Biggest Rap Hits — But Doesn't Want to Give Away His Secrets". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2019-11-14.
  3. ^ "Interview: D.A. Got That Dope Talks About Producing Eminem's "Godzilla," Juice WRLD, & Changing His Name". Genius. Retrieved 2021-02-14.
  4. ^ "Chartbreaker: 24kGoldn is 'Post Malone Meets Will Smith,' With a Smash Single To His Name". Billboard. 2020-10-06. Retrieved 2021-02-14.

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