Daz Dillinger says he is calling it quits after nearly 30 years of a career in rap.
Well people, all good things come to an end. And in Hip-Hop it, that is something that doesn’t happen often. Everybody knows there is a place somewhere to get money as an MC. However, a legend from the West Coast has reportedly called it quits.
Daz Dillinger, 1/2 of the Dogg Pound, has retired from Hip-Hop as of this past weekend. He has decided that enough is enough & we personally think that it’s a good time. He bounced after performing for the DOC in New York City, which in iteself, was a momentous, & magical occasion.
In a post on Instagram he says basically I’m done rapping because it’s over, and continues to sstate that "it’s not even fun anymore." Furthermore, unlike other rappers, he says this is his last post on Instagram, meaning he won’t even be participating in the foolishness of the Internet.
The crazy thing is he just did a joint project with Capone of CNN, and if you can remember, these dudes had major beef beef back in the day when only Mobb Deep and CNN was replying to the West Coast.
Anyway, this retirement is most definitely well deserved but at the same time I’m a little sad. The Dog Pound and in particular, Daz Dillinger will forever have a top spot on our legends list.