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Wyatt "Da Dough" Clark (formerly known as fyk Dough) is a Hip Hop artist from Michigan. He is notable for his song "Fly" and his rants. He has stated his inspirations include Kanye West, Proof, The Game, Royce Da 5'9, Common, Teejayx6, XXXTentacion, Jay Z and many more. His mixtape's "Unrequited", "The Rayvinn Tape" and "VIBEZ EP" have been widely acclaimed.
- 1 Biography
- 2 Personal Life
- 3 Political Activism
- 4 Feuds
- 5 Discography
- 6 Featured Appearances
He was born on August 26th, 2000. He says he has grown up on Hip Hop. He dropped his debut EP titled "Devils Prey EP" in November 2014. He claims he was on another label in the past and was working on a debut album but was dropped from the label. After the EP dropped he started his own label called Devils Prey Records (which was rebranded into Clark Music Group in 2017) and signed his group Midwestern Connection and his friend Trouble J. He then started working on his next mixtape called The Asylum which dropped in early January of 2015. During the creation of that, his friend Crazy 8 (formerly called Da Destiny) started rapping and they started a duo called Da Unit (he also joined the label). After The Asylum dropped, his group MWC broke up and he started focusing on his next mixtape, "The Clark LP", which dropped in April 2015.
After that dropped he mostly dropped singles until he dropped Legends Never Die in June. In August of that year, he dropped a mixtape with unreleased tracks called "Makaveli's Return" and then in September, he dropped a mixtape called Michigan. In October 2015 he dropped a controversial remix of "Just Another Day" by The Game, which was a diss at some people claiming they were gonna have him killed which lead into the police investigating him and Dough responded by dropping the controversial 3rd installment in the "Devils Prey" series.
In November 2015, Dough was arrested after getting jumped by the people he dissed in his "Just Another Day" remix.
In February 2016, he dropped "Principles EP" which was to get things off his mind before he continued work on his upcoming album. On April 9th, 2016, he dropped a mixtape called "Searching For Proof" which was a tribute to Detroit rapper Proof. Also a week later, he dropped a diss track titled "Mockery 4" (he also has a series of diss tracks called "Mockery") which was directed at the person who had him jumped and a former friend of his.
In January 2017, Da Dough dropped a compilation of unreleased music onto Datpiff called "Martin Shkreli Couldn't Afford My Mixtape" and then on February 13th, 2017, he dropped "VIBEZ EP". On March 31st, 2017 he announced that his next album will be titled "Unrequited" which dropped on May 30th, 2017. On April 7h, 2017. his father committed suicide and he made a song about him titled "Jeremy Michael" (he also made another one more popular titled "Fly".
On April 29th, 2017, he and HGN Cozy dropped a mixtape titled "On The Same Page". He announced on June 3rd, 2017 he announced a mixtape was coming on June 9th, 2017 called "Omnipotent". He dropped it for free on the Google Play Store.
On July 7th, 2017, he dropped "Omniscient" on Datpiff. On August 26th, 2017, he dropped "Real Talk 100" on Spotify, iTunes and Google Play. He also announced that "VIBEZ EP 2" is dropping in January 2018. He released "Time in a Bottle" on December 16th and then announced, "Clark" about a week later after releasing a snippet for the song "Always".
On February 3rd, Da Dough announced a project titled "Vanity EP" set to release on March 13, 2018.
On May 31st, Da Dough announced on an Instagram story that he was independent and was no longer on Clark Music as an artist. Da Dough released a mixtape titled "#kINGDOUGH' on June 29, 2018, and then, released his second album, "A Gift To You", on July 8, 2018. Da Dough released "VIBEZ EP 2" on August 26, 2018.
On September 8, 2018, Da Dough released an EP titled "Lean Flavored Ice Cream", he also announced 3 upcoming projects and set the release dates. "Beauty & The Beast" is set for November 30, 2018, "GOD", is set for "February 22, 2018" and "The Rayvinn Tape" was set for March 12, 2018. All projects were rescheduled excluding "GOD" which became his album titled "Cast The Fiiirst Stone". On October 26th, Da Dough dropped "Beauty & The Beast" and then in December dropped the long-awaited project titled "Omnipresent".
In January 2019, Da Dough released "The Trinity Tape 3" and on February 22, 2019, Da Dough released his third album titled "Cast The Fiiirst Stone".
In March 2019, he announced that "The Rayvinn Tape" would release May 3rd, 2019 and that he would release a sequel to "Lean Flavored Ice Cream" titled "Lean Flavored Ramen" in September of that year.
On May 16th, 2019, Da Dough announced his collaboration project with Producer/Rapper, Patrick Cox, was going to be released on June 1st, 2019.
On April 26th, 2021, Da Dough announced he was officially changing his name to "fyk Dough" after years of rapping as Da Dough. The "fyk" stands for Fucking Young King.
On June 20th, 2021, fyk Dough announced he was switching his name back to Da Dough due to marketing reasons.
On September 19th, 2020, Da Dough came out and said he had Aspergers Syndrome, which helps inspire his music, he was diagnosed in 2003.
Trinity M Johnson
According to Da Dough, they first met in October 2013 when he moved to St Augustine, Florida and they were in the 8th Grade in US History class. Da Dough apparently had a thing for her for a while but he didn't tell her but later they became friends in April 2014. Trinity didn't find out that Dough liked her like that until May of that year and they ended up getting together at the end of June of that year. They broke up within a week in on July 1st however Dough and Trinity still talked like that for a while. Eventually, Da Dough lost his virginity to her on August 29th, 2014 (he says he remembers that cause it was 3 days after his birthday) and they slept with each other again in September 2014. Later that month, Da Dough moved back to Michigan and Trinity got with this guy named Conner Welch. Apparently, Da Dough took offense and while he was working on Devils Prey EP he made some direct lines at both Trinity and Conner. Later, Trinity and Dough started getting along again only to start fighting again. Finally, in July 2015 Da Dough and Trinity finally got back together, They broke up again in September 2015 when Trinity cheated on him with Isaiah Mencia. Da Dough responded by dropping a controversial freestyle taking subliminal shots at Isaiah and then he started to take directs shots on his mixtape titled "Michigan". Da Dough continued taking shots until Trinity left Isaiah in April 2016 but Da Dough kept making love songs about Trinity. In July 2016, Trinity finally started replying to Da Dough posting WCW's of her on Instagram and Da Dough replied and deleted them (only to post them back up). This kept happening until November 2016 when Da Dough and Trinity got into an argument after Trinity got with someone new and a girl got involved. Da Dough started making and posting memes to mock Trinity and her new boyfriend's appearance. Da Dough continues to drop WCW's of her at the moment and has dropped a few love songs. His recent mixtape "Omnipotent" is the only project he's ever dropped without a single love song about her however he does mention her once. He released 3 love songs about her on his mixtape "Omniscient" (one included a phone call between the 2 from 2015) and he released a phone call and a love song on his mixtape "Real Talk 100". On October 13th, 2017 Da Dough dropped a mixtape titled "The Trinity Tape" with her face on the cover. Da Dough is currently working on an archive for her on Instagram filled with photos and videos. It was scheduled to open up to the public on November 7th, 2017 but it was pushed back to January 1st, 2018. On February 3, 2018, Da Dough released a screenshot of a notification from YouTube saying she had subscribed to his YouTube channel. Da Dough announced in March 2018 that he and Trinity were over. On May 9th, 2018 Da Dough dropped a song titled "Wasn't True" which seemed to be an official end to the relationship. On May 25th, 2018, Da Dough announced that he had gotten all the pain she caused him off his mind and showed a screenshot of them talking things out. Later, he denied getting back with her and said: "Rayvinn is the future.". After Da Dough said that, Rayvinn posted on Instagram "It doesn't bother me cause it needs to happen anyways. Lol bet watch he blow up w/o you." in response to Trinity contacting her. In June 2018, Da Dough accused Trinity of trying to stop Rayvinn and him from staying together and trying to conspire against them. On June 29, 2018, Da Dough confirmed he still had a folder with her pictures but said that he doesn't collect new ones anymore on the song "#KINGDOUGH". The line was "I still got a folder with my ex-girls pictures // we were a weird mixture // so now I'll take your stricture // I don't save 'em no more that's a habit I break". On July 23, 2018, Da Dough posted a cover art to a song titled "Lord, Help Me." that had a photo of Trinity on it to his Instagram Story with the caption "Once all the singles off "VIBEZ EP 2" are released, I got a joint for you guys.". Da Dough showed a screenshot of Trinity calling him on October 22, 2018, asking how she got his number. on October 23, 2018, Da Dough posted that they were back together. On January 4th, 2019, Da Dough alleged that Trinity was trying to blackmail him into leaving Rayvinn again and getting back with her. On January 25, 2019, Da Dough announced that the reason he left Trinity in early 2018 was that she was doing heroin. On June 17th, 2019, Da Dough leaked Trinity's address as a response to what he said was an attempt to blackmail him and then the next day accused her of having her Aunt, Amber Meggitt, stalk his Instagram along with her current boyfriend, Chris Burton with a screenshot. On June 22, 2019, Da Dough posted a snippet of a track called "All Cap" where he claims all the dysfunction in his relationship with Trinity was a gimmick. On June 28th, 2019, Da Dough accused Trinity of stalking him and dropped a snippet of a track titled "Stalking" with text telling her to him alone. On August 9th, 2019, Da Dough announced that "The Rayvinn Tape 2" would be a tell all and he'd be "Leaking info on it" about Trinity. On August 18th, Da Dough dropped a song titled "Stalking" which was very clearly directed at Trinity Johnson as it played a phone call from her in the beginning. On September 4th, 2019, Da Dough said Trinity was trying to sell his old laptop and was threatening to leak old music of his. After releasing The Rayvinn Tape 2, Da Dough announced he wanted nothing to do with Rayvinn and Trinity and announced he would no longer be responding to questions about them or discussing them again. On June 29, 2020, Da Dough called Trinity out for contacting his mother as an attempt to get a hold of him, while leaking her mother, Melanie Moncrief's, Instagram. On June 30th, he dropped a song called "6 Years In" where he dissed Trinity Johnson and Chris Burton. On July 22nd, Da Dough said on his Instagram Story "If she ever harass my mama again I'll put a few bands on her cause I don't fuck around with that drama!", which is more than likely directed at Trinity. On January 23, 2021, Da Dough posted a photoshopped photo of Trinity to his Instagram.
Da Dough and Rayvinn's relationship began in January 2016 after knowing each other for at least 2 years. They broke up in June 2016 for unknown reasons and began a feud. In March 2018 they got back together. Da Dough announced on March 31, 2018, that he'd quit making music if she doesn't start talking to him again and then he stated that she started speaking to him again on the next day. On April 28th, Rayvinn announced that she and Da Dough were taking a break from social media however Da Dough had her retract the statement. Da Dough said on April 30th that he and Rayvinn will likely release a collaborative album before 2020. On May 19th, 2018 Rayvinn Padilla posted a photo on Instagram with the words "ten cuidado con quien comienzas una guerra" which translates to "Be careful who you start a war with". Da Dough posted in response, "There is no war other than a war on love.". Rayvinn posted on Instagram "It doesn't bother me cause it needs to happen anyways. Lol bet watch he blow up w/o you." in response to Trinity contacting her after Da Dough officially left Trinity. On October 23, 2018, Da Dough announced the end of their relationship. Da Dough got back with Rayvinn sometime in November 2018 though it was short lived as Da Dough announced within 2 months they were already broken up. In May 2019, Da Dough alleged that Rayvinn is stalking him. On June 22, 2019, Da Dough posted a snippet of a track called "All Cap" where he claims all the dysfunction in his relationship with Rayvinn was a gimmick. On June 29th, Da Dough posted a screenshot of Rayvinn trying to contact him on Instagram and he said she was "stalking" him. On July 11, he posted a screenshot of her viewing his story and once again accused her of stalking him.On August 9th, 2019, Da Dough announced that "The Rayvinn Tape 2" would be a tell all and he'd be "Leaking info on it" about Rayvinn. After releasing the project, he announced he wanted nothing to do with Rayvinn from then on. Da Dough has been feuding with Rayvinn's younger sister, Zoie, since 2018. On April 4th, Da Dough posted that he hoped Rayvinn Padilla got coronavirus on his Instagram Story. On May 19th, 2020, Rayvinn Padilla requested $100 from Da Dough on Venmo for "PSTD from all the stuff u put me through" and Da Dough responded with a screenshot of it on his Instagram Story that said "Oh my bad, I didn't know a couple songs gave you PTSD and not your meth head baby daddy who beat your ass", referring to when James Leonard abused Rayvinn. On August 27th, Rayvinn reposted several of Da Dough's Instagram stories on her private Instagram with the caption "I'm screaming(!) if I'm not the Mom(,) why am I responsible(?)and iyk then you know exactly who the fuck this little weirdo is(!) come on we're out of fucking middle school(,) and into adult hood(,) like GROW UP IVE GIT(got) A LIFE TO LIVE(!)". Da Dough responded the next day with a 50 minute Instagram Livestream where he released documents revealing that Rayvinn's baby daddy, Anthony Howell, assaulted a homeless person and other information, while clearly intoxicated. Later posting a screenshot of one of Rayvinn's posts saying "Got a whole ass Instagram to respond to me and she keeps it private . Bitch knows she can't win when her lies aren't in control(!)" and later the next morning, posting "You know what's funny about all this? I've been over this Rayvinn shit for over a year now. Wasn't even gonna say shit regarding her until people from St Augustine started asking stupid questions and until she felt the need to go to war. When you gonna tell them about how you were smoking meth in front of your baby when it was only 6 months old? Since you wanna give someone something to talk about, you got a quote from me now/(!) Fuck with a god, you get a plague!"
Da Dough has made several political tracks throughout his career that explores his political ideologies and has taken shots at several politicians, most notably Donald Trump. Da Dough has also been a strong supporter of Bernie Sanders since 2015 and on June 27th, 2019, Da Dough announced that he had donated to Sanders' Presidential Campaign, saying he was glad he finally was legally eligible to donate. He also frequently promotes Tulsi Gabbard's 2020 Presidential Campaign, expressing often that he'd like Bernie to pick her as his Vice President. He donated again to Bernie Sanders campaign and to Tulsi Gabbard's campaigns on December 3, 2019. In March 2020, Da Dough requested a refund from his donations to the Gabbard Campaign after she dropped out and endorsed Joe Biden, who Da Dough has described on multiple occasions as a "racist rapist". Da Dough has currently been preparing for a campaign for The 43rd District of State House of Representatives in Michigan in 2022. Da Dough has constantly attacked Establishment Democrats and Republicans for being corporate owned.
Da Dough is known for feuding with many people since he started out. On July 22, 2018, Da Dough announced that he no longer has "beef" with anybody besides Alex Barzaga although that has clearly changed.
Sir Skitzo aka CHVSE
In June 2016, Da Dough entered a beef with candian YouTuber Sir Skitzo after Sir Skitzo became affiliated with Da Dough's (now) former rival Alex Rudd, which lead to Da Dough dissing him on "10 Seconds of F.A.M.E". The beef was at a standstill until December 11th, 2020 when Da Dough threw bars at Skitzo on "Mockery 6".
Alex Barzaga aka "Zaga"
In May 2015, Alex Barzaga said things about Da Dough on Instagram and Da Dough replied. They originally squashed the beef in September 2015. Allegedly (though Da Dough has admitted he only thinks Barzaga was involved and is not sure), Alex Barzaga and others had set Da Dough up to get jumped in November 2015 and Da Dough threw shots at him on Mockery 4 and in June 2016, JPMixing had them squash the beef. Da Dough's rivalry with Alex Barzaga resumed after Barzaga tried to wrongfully copyright one of Da Dough's videos. Da Dough dissed him in the song "Kingdom Come" with the lines "Fuck Alex Barzaga, he gay // he about to get his today". Alex Barzaga announced he was gonna drop a diss track titled "Think" on September 3, 2017. Da Dough spoke on Alex Barzaga on the song "IDGAF". Da Dough posted "That little bitch Alex Barzaga tried to fuck with the brand and it backfired", "But I'm still fucking him up on sight!" on his Instagram story on June 21, 2018 in response to Alex falsely pretending to be Trinity Johnson and trying to privacy claim Da Dough's videos on YouTube. On June 23rd, Da Dough dropped a diss track titled "For The Culture" aimed at Alex after Alex tried to use XXXTentacion's death for clout. On July 9, 2018, Alex Barzaga threatened to "expose" Da Dough on his Instagram story and Da Dough replied in a video on his Instagram story saying "You don't got shit on me, bitch. But if you do, expose me, pussy!". Afterward, Alex ended up proving Da Dough's point by saying things Da Dough has already said prior. Da Dough dropped a diss track titled "Soy un Dios" on July 13, 2018, the title of which means, "To Be a God" in Spanish. Alex Barzaga reported the song and it was taken off YouTube within a few days however it is still on streaming services and SoundCloud. On July 17, Da Dough leaked a phone call of Alex Barzaga admitting to botting his views on his videos. On September 6th, 2018. Da Dough posted a snippet of a diss track on his Instagram story with the quote "Barzaga don't got the balls to respond.". On September 7, 2018, Da Dough took shots at Alex Barzaga on the song "Superman". On September 19, 2018, Da Dough called out Alex Barzaga, mentioning that it's been a year since he said he would drop that diss and nothing has come of it. Da Dough also said that Alex has until October 1, 2018, and previewed a diss track that appeared to have some new information on Alex. On October 1, 2018, Da Dough released a diss track titled "Mockery 5", saying that Alex tried to grope his cousin, Rayven Barzaga, and he brought up the fact that Alex's mother abandoned him. Alex Barzaga teased a diss track to release on October 17, 2018, however, he failed to deliver and delayed it to October 20, 2018 (which he also failed to release it by then). On October 27, 2018, Da Dough dropped his mixtape "Beauty & The Beast" which had a diss track directed at Barzaga titled "Really Feel". On November 3, 2018, Da Dough said that Alex Barzaga "doesn't want to engage in lyrical warfare" with him and said that Alex was scared of Da Dough. Da Dough then proceeded to call him a "pussy". On November 9, 2018, Da Dough took credit for Barzaga missing 2 release dates for his mixtape "Patience" and said that Alex Barzaga was scared that he was gonna get "lyrically bodied" by Da Dough. On November 29th, Da Dough posted screenshots of Alex Barzaga's YouTube subscriptions and pointed out that the majority of the channels Barzaga is subscribed to have the names "Sub 4 Sub" or similar names. Alex Barzaga deflected and claimed he was a better rapper which caused Da Dough to question why Barzaga is scared to go bar for bar with him then. On that day, Da Dough dropped a diss track titled "The Rapture". In January 2019, Alex Barzaga dropped the mixtape "Patience" and Da Dough posted on his Instagram Story that he knew there was a track missing that was dissing Da Dough, Alex confirmed this on his Instagram story and said it would drop soon. Da Dough responding saying that he'd body Barzaga. On January 23rd, 2019, Alex Barzaga posted something on his story about Trinity and took shots at Da Dough, claiming he was "defending Trinity". Da Dough responded by once again bringing up that Barzaga had admitted to him that he groped his cousin and called Barzaga a "Harvey Weinstein Ass Motherfucker", Da Dough also proceeded to make fun of Barzaga's mixtape where Barzaga rapped about the "hood" and Da Dough brought up the fact that Alex Barzaga lives in World Golf Village, a gated community. Afterward, Alex Barzaga deleted the things he said on his Instagram Story about Da Dough. On January 27, 2019, Da Dough posted on his Instagram Story that he has a bombshell to drop on Barzaga. On March 15th, 2019, Da Dough pointed out that Alex Barzaga is following for following people as Barzaga was following 3,000 people one day who all followed him back and Barzaga unfollowed all of them the next day. On April 11th, 2019, Alex Barzaga released a Thotiana remix where he appears to respond to Da Dough and take shots at Rayvinn Padilla on though it was heavily ridiculed. On April 29th, 2019, Da Dough dropped a snippet of a track with Automatic M on Instagram where Da Dough takes shots at Barzaga while tagging Alex in the caption and putting two devil emojis. Alex Barzaga tried to vandalize this page on May 9, 2019 though it was easily fixed. On May 16th, 2019, Da Dough previewed a remix of Slaughterhouse's "Hammer Dance" which appears to be a response to Barzaga's "Thotiana" remix and announced it would drop on May 24th.. On May 21, 2019 Alex Barzaga once again tried to vandalize this page though it was once again removed. On May 29, 2019, Da Dough took shots at Alex Barzaga on Automatic M's track, "Nowhere to Run". On June 2nd, 2019, Alex Barzaga vandalized this page once more and did it again on June 13th, 2019. Da Dough has taken credit for ending Barzaga's short attempt at being an artist. On February 13th, Da Dough dropped a song titled "Dead on Arrival" with the lines "Oh and we ready for another round? Lyrically take you back to the ground? So don't you ever try to rap again, right now you're 0 and 10, I'll hit you with the pen, I am not your fucking friend!" which is likely aimed at Barzaga. Da Dough threw shots at Alex Barzaga on "Mockery 6", accusing him of stealing the title "Vanity" from his 2018 EP of the same name and called Barzaga's mixed "Patience" "trash".
Da Dough beefed with the now defunct group Wild Boyz after member Banter Man dropped a diss track on him in January 2016. Da Dough replied with Flash and dissed their whole group. They ended up squashing the beef around February 2016 and they were all in a group known as Derty Politikz. Member M.I.L. is 1/3 of the group PLATiiiNUM which Da Dough is also apart of.
This beef started in June 2016 when 19-year-old rapper Alex Rudd was saying he was gonna diss a 13-year-old rapper named Bryson Morris and Da Dough openly said that Alex Rudd was "being childish". Rapper Sir Skitzo got involved in July 2016 and Alex Rudd dropped a diss in August 2016 and Da Dough dropped a reply within a few days which got massive criticism from Sir Skitzo fans. Alex Rudd made a music video for his diss track in March 2017 and Da Dough had a diss track directed on him called "Slay" on his album Unrequited. The feud was revived when Alex Rudd talked shit about Da Dough's dead dad. Da Dough replied with his song "Illest Alive". They squashed the beef sometime in mid-2018.
T-Rev was an artist who got involved in the beef with Da Dough and Alex Rudd and wanted to diss Da Dough. He dropped his diss in August 2016 and Da Dough replied in his diss at Rudd. The beef was reignited when Da Dough dissed him on "Pay For It" after T-Rev tried to get involved in Da Dough's beef with Shadow Bishop.
According to Da Dough, He and JPMixing were friends since April 2014 but JPMixing had been instigating a lot of feuds Da Dough was in for his own entertainment or agenda. Da Dough found out in November 2016 and cut all connections with him. JPMixing followed him on Twitter and it seemed like Da Dough completely ignored his existence until JPMixing had taken shots at Da Dough on Twitter. In response, Da Dough dropped 3 memes making fun of the fact that JPMixing is ginger and Da Dough dissed him in a False Prophets remix. JPMixing followed Da Dough on Instagram in May 2017 only to try and reignite the feud in July 2017. JPMixing is also involved slightly in the feud between Da Dough and Alex Barzaga. Da Dough appeared to take shots at JPMixing on his verse on Automatic M's track "Nowhere to Run" with the line "If you wanna go to bat, we can leave it at that".
Da Dough's feud with Shadow Bishop started in November 2016 during an argument on Facebook between M.I.L and Shadow Bishop. Shadow Bishop demanded that Da Dough side with him against M.I.L and Da Dough truthfully told him that he was off beat so he wasn't really a threat to anyone on the post. Later Da Dough dropped a False Prophets remix with M.I.L where Da Dough took shots at JPMixing and his ex-girlfriends boyfriend at the time, Timmy Fraizer and M.I.L directed a line at Shadow Bishop. Shadow Bishop accused both Da Dough of dissing him subliminally and dropped an acapella diss track on both Da Dough and M.I.L. Da Dough replied later with "Pay For It". Shadow Bishop tried to vandalize this page on October 2nd, 2017 though it was easily reversed.
OG Murk in March 2018, started saying subliminal things about Da Dough. Eventually, he got mad at Da Dough for saying Eminem is "overrated" and dropped a diss on him. After being mocked by several other artists for his poor microphone quality and for being offbeat throughout the song, he dropped a diss that made fabrications about Da Dough's dead Dad. Da Dough dropped a diss on May 18th titled "No Mercy" in response. OG Murk claims he's dropping a 3rd diss. In 2019, OG Murk commented on one of Da Dough's videos which appears to have been ignored but they later squashed the beef.
James Andrew Leonard
Da Dough and James Leonard started their one-sided feud around late 2018 when Da Dough called him out for his domestic violence and child molestation charges. Afterwards, Da Dough called him a "snitch" for lying to police that Rayvinn hit him after he hit her and dissed him repeatedly throughout "The Rayvinn Tape" on the tracks "Beef" (sampling a voicemail), "Baby Daddy", "Address Me", and "Talk Too Much". James Leonard has yet to respond but multiple sources claim that James is not responding out of fear. On May 14th, 2019, Da Dough dropped a snippet of a song titled "A Message to Christi & Nate" which appears to address the domestic violence between James Leonard and Rayvinn Padilla with the bars "When that fuckboy beat her, you were there// So why the fuck is he still there?" and ""That faggot Twenty-Five and he gotta live off you to Survive". On June 1st, 2019, he released the song which confirmed it was directed at James Leonard. On June 3rd, 2019, Da Dough posted a video onto his Instagram Story directed at someone he said claimed he was "Glorify Domestic Violence" with him saying in December of 2018 saying, "If Rayvinn had stayed with me, she wouldn't of gotten beat I guess". In that video, Da Dough had said he found it hypocritical that said person supports James after he beat Rayvinn and then proceeded to say he would "Beat James' Ass" next time he was in Florida. Da Dough said on June 9th, 2019 that James Leonard was snitching on pot dealers. On July 18th, Da Dough said that James Leonard was mentally retarded and advised him to "Not spike that baby like a football" (referring to Rayvinn Padilla's child) and said James Leonard's parents "didn't get the message". On December 30th, 2019, Da Dough posted James Leonard's Probation Violation which shows James Leonard admitting to doing meth, Da Dough said this confirmed what he had said for awhile, that James Leonard is a "meth head". Da Dough dropped a song titled "Dead on Arrival" with the lines "James Leonard about to get locked up, stupid plan to get knocked up" which is referring to James Leonard's court case for failing a probationary drug test, testing positive for meth, while also a shot directed at Rayvinn Padilla.On June 19th, 2020, Da Dough posted a video mocking James Leonard's arrest for a probation violation and saying "Fuck the police but fuck James Leonard too!" while laughing. On July 21st, 2020 Da Dough posted James Leonard's sentence from his probation violence and said "It's fuck the police but" with crying laughter emojis.
On June 17, 2019, Da Dough accused his ex-girlfriend Trinity of having her boyfriend, Chris Burton, stalk his Instagram page. He then dropped a snippet of a song he plans to release the upcoming Friday where he said "I am certain//I'll be closing your curtain//after I'm done with Chris Burton" and he also posted a screenshot of Chris Burton viewing his Instagram story. He then dropped a snippet the next day of another song where he said he could go to his city and have relations with Trinity easily and said "I ain't no bitch, I ain't Chris Burton". He then dropped another snippet of the same song with even more lines aimed at Chris Burton. On August 27th, 2019, Da Dough admitted he had no beef with Chris Burton and said he only took shots at him to be petty. On October 6, 2019, Da Dough tweeted "On my mamas life, @chris_burton_ is bitch made!". Da Dough dropped a song titled "Dead on Arrival" with the lines "I pull up to Chevrolet, ask for Chris Burton, is he here today? Here's some extra pay. Send him my way, Please don't stray, because he is bitch made. I deliver smoke but he afraid." which references Burton's place of work. Da Dough said on May 31st, 2020, "Chris Burton is a bitch! I could rob his ass in broad daylight and he wouldn't say shit!". On June 30th, Da Dough dropped a song titled "6 Years In" where he said "Like If I'm going at Chris Burton // Sorry his name rhymes with so much, I'm certain. Like you a year younger than my brother // so fuck, lyrically I will smother // You a bitch just like your father and mother // Hope she have a stroke, older than my Grandmother.". On Da Dough's mixtape "The Trinity Tape 4", he has a song titled "FUCK CHRIS BURTON".
Da Dough has been on and off feuding with Rayvinn's sister, Zoie Padilla, since 2018. Going so far as to laugh at the fact that her girlfriend, Athena Villanueva, beat her up on his Instagram story on January 3rd, 2020. On January 9th, 2019, Da Dough posted legal documents to his Instagram story of Zoie Padilla snitching on Athena Villanueva, he then proceeded to call her a "snitch", accused her of being on the stand at the trial and said "Don't you ever try to act hard, you fucking snitch!". On January 29th, 2020, Da Dough posted on his Instagram story "Also, Athena, I'm sorry to hear that Zoie Padilla snitched on you and you gotta go through some bullshit programs cause of that. The Padilla's be straight shitty people. Fuck them!". Da Dough dropped a song titled "Dead on Arrival" with the lines "I pull up on Zoie Padilla // while I'm blasting Allaiyah, laughing hard, shoutout to Athena // she beat Zoie's ass like an arena."
Da Dough and Problematic first met through UK Rapper Jaee Jaee and they eventually recorded the song "Ride or Die". Jaee Jaee and Problematic began a feud in 2018, one in which Da Dough stayed out of momentarily. Da Dough and Problematic dropped the song "The Same" in November 2020, which got some attention as it had used a beat that had also been used by a rapper named AR Pasley a month after it's release. Da Dough and Problematic had a fallout at an sometime early in 2021 over Da Dough's on and off again relationship with Trinity Johnson and Da Dough's decision to release "The Trinity Tape 5". The feud stayed at a standstill until Da Dough released "The Vaccine" which included the lines "Distance yourself because I'm being erratic, look at your concerns like static, been The Same since I got my new patek, guess you can say I'm being Problematic?" which followed up with the lines "Trying to do me dirty like I can't wash you, but, I got the pros tool's like my Macintosh do. Problematic asked if it was aimed at him and Da Dough responded on his Instagram story saying "I don't need to repeat what I've made clear on wax". Problematic made a claim, which was proven false, that he gave Da Dough his "biggest" record and that he was the reason "The Same" got a spike in popularity. Problematic claimed he was going to drop a diss track on his Instagram, and then Da Dough shared a screenshot of a DM from afterwards of Problematic saying "Do a full diss on me WITH FACTS and then I'll reply back", which Da Dough insisted meant that Problematic was scared. Problematic then proceeded to claim Da Dough's "Illmatic" tattoo, was based off of him as some people called him "Illmatic". Da Dough shared the screenshot and called Problematic a "vulture" for not knowing Nas' first and most famous album. Problematic eventually dropped the diss track "Told You", which Da Dough responded to with "The Solution". On July 6, 2021, Da Dough shared a recording of his DM's of Problematic spamming him without a response.
Mixtapes and EPs
Devils Prey EP (2014)
The Asylum (2015)
Devils Prey EP 2 (2015)
The Clark LP (2015)
Legends Never Die (2015)
Makaveli's Return (2015)
Devils Prey EP 3 (2015)
Principles EP (2016)
Searching For Proof (2016)
VIBEZ EP (2017)
On The Same Page w/HGN Cozy (2017)
Real Talk 100 (2017)
The Trinity Tape (2017)
Vanity EP (2018)
The Trinity Tape 2 (2018)
VIBEZ EP 2 (2018)
Lean Flavored Ice Cream (2018)
Beauty & The Beast (2018)
The Trinity Tape 3 (2019)
The Rayvinn Tape (2019)
Bitch, Sign Me! Vol.1 (2019)
The Rayvinn Tape 2 (2019)
2020 Vision (2020)
REVELATIONS 21:8 (2020)
VIBEZ EP 3 (2020)
THE TRINITY TAPE 4 (2020)
FUCK RAYVINN PADILLA! AN EP! (2021)
THE TRINITY TAPE 5 (2021)
THE REBOOT (2021)
Time in a Bottle (2017)
A Gift To You (2018)
Cast The Fiiirst Stone (2019)
EPIDEMIC (TBA 2021)
On The Same Page Vol.2 w/HGN Cozy (TBD)
Da Dough has appeared on few tracks over the years.
|Song||Artist||Other Artists Featured||Year||Project||Notes|
|Fight Us||Trouble J||2014||Promotional Single||First known feature.|
|Okay Shawty||J-Tag||2015||Promotional Single|
|Father's Diary||OG Murk||El Chaotic||2017||Promotional Single||There is an unreleased version that was recorded before Da Dough's Dad died.|
|In Love With You||Trey C Mahon||2017||Promotional Single|
|Slowly||Hego Plagueis||2017||Promotional Single||Da Dough dissed Dorrien Loftin on it.|
|One of a Kind||Cap||2018||Gloyalty Gang EP|
|Save Yourself||J.C||2018||Promotional Single||Remix of a song from The Venom Movie Soundtrack.|
|Keep It Real||Melina Rose||2018||I AM MELINA||Released as a single on October 23, 2018.|
|Nowhere to Run||Automatic M||2019||Released as a single on May 29, 2019. Unknown if it is on a project or is a promotional single.|
|Commodification||the9teen7teen||2021||Gamers Rise Up||Released as a single on May 2, 2021. First single and feature as fyk Dough.|
|Education Cypher||MOK BEATZ||King Pax, Jay-Co, Ak Illuminated RJ.||2021||Verses released separately on MOK BEAT's YouTube channel. First feature as Da Dough again.|
|Future Shit||Ak Illuminated RJ||2021||Remix of Future's "Shit".|