Dee Watkins

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About Dee Watkins

Florida rapper Dee Watkins broke through in 2019 with “Bad Ass Jit” and “Hell Raiser,” catchy songs about his mischievous past. • Watkins represents Macclenny, Florida, a city 30 miles west of Jacksonville. • He’s been rapping since age nine and recording songs in studios for over half his life. In his late teens, he cultivated a following by posting videos on social media. • In 2019, Dee Watkins gained widespread attention for participating in City Girls’ “Act Up” remix challenge. Days after his entry, he released “Bad Ass Jit” to his expanded fanbase. • “Bad Ass Jit” has earned more than 60 million streams across platforms. Produced by a Texas teenager called Rocktee, the song chronicles Dee’s troublesome childhood and his rise to musical stardom. Young Dolph appears on the 2020 remix. • Watkins followed the breakout success of “Bad Ass Jit” with another Rocktee-produced track, “Hell Raiser.” Both songs celebrate the rapper’s wild side. • Multiple labels approached Watkins after he self-released “Bad Ass Jit.” The rapper ultimately signed with Alamo Records and released the 2020 projects Chosen One and Problem Child 2.

HOMETOWN
Macclenny, FL, United States
BORN
August 7, 1998

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