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David Dawood

Born in Manchester in 1981, David Dawood is the musical architect behind 2010’s club banger ‘Good Times’ by Roll Deep ft. Jodie Connor. The single went to No.1 in the UK chart and held this position for 3 weeks making it the longest reigning No.1 of 2010. 2011 saw Dawood achieving additional UK chart success with R&B-Pop singer Jodie Connor; ‘Now or Never’ which was released in January charted at No.14 and was soon followed by another chart topper, ‘Bring It’ feat. Tinchy Stryder.

Since the early nineties when Dawood began making beats on his school music computers, his main passion and priority has been creating music, leading to his decision to leave college in order to raise enough funds to buy studio equipment.  2001 brought Dawood his first cut; his track ‘Flexin’ was used on the UK boy band Blue’s album ‘One Love’ - the album selling over 2 million copies worldwide. David has worked closely with UK chart topping rapper Tinchy Stryder on his 2012 album as well as having two cuts on an album by Dappy (N-Dubz).