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Open Mic Night- Dave B Soul

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Born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, David Broadus-Dave B. Soul started singing at the tender age of three. Dave's mother recalls the first song he ever sung was "Greatest Love of All" by Whitney Houston. Besides singing in church, Dave looked up to his older brothers who played instruments in church. This struck his interest in learning music and learning about the production of it. By the age of 15, he decided he wanted to be an entertainer. Dave had already written a small Christmas musical, performed a song in the musical, and was continuously writing songs on the side.By the time Dave B. graduated high school, he was part of a small production company called Future World Productions and was cast as Tonton Jullian in the Caribbean opera,"Once on this Island". Dave also joined the Gospel rap groups Frontline Souljahs and Last Day Disciples. By this time, he was into music production and was producing for the Last Day Disciples and the music department of Harmony School. Also during this time, Dave B. was in school for audio engineering and received a certificate for production from Brown Mackie College.
Then Dave B. started producing for K-Drama, former member of the Last Day Disciples. His production credits also include: BIGSTEVE The D&D Mixtapes and guest appearances on K-Drama's second album "Non-Fiction: Beneath the Surface". Most recently, Dave B. Soul has just wrapped up "One Day You Will", a gospel musical, featuring Aretha Chapman. He was triple cast as Bob-Starla's agent, Starla's father in the flashback scene, and the conscience of the present, representative of the many talents of Dave B. Soul.In 2007, Dave B. Soul was signed by Ovations Entertainment to a management deal. While with Ovations, Dave B. was featured on a national gospel hip hop tv show called Real Life, was an opening act on a 12 stop college tour and has performed with Ke Ke Palmer of Atlantic Records.