|Birth: ||Nov. 25, 1987|
|Death: ||May 18, 2009|
Los Angeles County
Musician. His mother was Puerto Rican; his father of African-American origin, and a member of the Nation of Islam. He was a member of The Little Rascals, who signed to Elektra Records in 2003 and released the single "So Fly". "So Fly" was not a hit and The Little Rascals was dropped from the label soon after. That same year, he met Akon and P. Diddy, the latter of whom hired Dolla as a model for his Sean John line of clothes; Dolla appeared on billboards for the clothing line and modeled across the United States. He signed to Akon's Konvict Muzik label in May 2007. He made his debut with the single "Who The F*** Is That", which was his biggest hit, reaching #82 on the Billboard Hot 100. His song, "Feelin' Myself", is featured on the Step Up soundtrack. The song "Feelin' Myself," was a "bite" of the Mac Dre song of the same name. He followed his debut single up with a second single "I'm F***ed Up" in the summer of 2008. A third single, entitled "Make a Toast" was produced by General Geezy (Asylum Records), was then officially released on November 4, 2008. He appeared in the music video for R&B superstar, Ciara's video for Never Ever.
Survivors include his mother, Dawnee Robinson-Viera; stepfather, George Viera; brothers, Damian Jackson, Will Robinson, Donte Miles and Lindon Smith; sisters, Divinity Burton, Sadenicole Burton and Angelica Westfield; the love of his life, Crystal Jackson; grandfather, Steven Reveyoso; grandmother, Tyrita Simms; a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
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Record added: May 19, 2009
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