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D.H. "DaHitWryter" is my guest. Raised in the inner city streets of Baltimore, Maryland native D.H. “DaHitwryter” was known for her tough and gritty play on the local area basketball courts. This multi-talented female, born Dionne Halsey, began an on and off affair with music at the early age of 7. Though she was heavily involved with dance, and church activities, free-styling hip-hop lyrics was something that she also loved to do for family and friends, but it was clear that her love for music came second to her dream of being a basketball player. But unfortunately injuries and other ailments caused Dionne to rekindle her love for music. In 2004 Dionne met with DJ Unreaper, CEO of an independent label called Un World Records. She went on to intern and eventually sign a contract to become an Executive, overseeing the marketing and promoting duties. She also began to emerge as a songwriter, and a recording artist. With UWE Dionne has established herself as an artist by being featured on several UWE mixtapes, as a journalist writing several articles for Un Worlds online website, a radio co-host making brief appearances on UWE radio/talk show and as an up and coming ambassador, attacking key social and political issues through various online campaigns. In December of 2007, D.H. partnered up with Kristin Price, CEO of PRICELESS MUSIC, as a songwriter, artist, vocal arranger and background vocalist. Projects include the recently released SUGABROWN album “GOT SUGA?” on which DaHitwryter wrote “BEYOND LOVE,” “GIVE IT UP,” AND “LOSE IT.” D.H. is also featured as a rapper on “SICK,” “LOSE IT,” and “ALL FOR YOU.” Currently Dionne is working on her first ever solo project which is a mixtape titled “Back Against the World.” Singles include “I Get It,” “Zoned Out,” “For You,” “Best Things,” and “Epic!”