Innovative, fresh, unique and in a category that stands alone, Dago Gil is one of the most unique voices of his generation. His lyrics are infectious and his stage presence uplifts, inspires and transcends. Born in New York moved to LA and raised in Miami since the age of 12. Dago fuses the vibrancy of the streets with eclectic style beats. His lyrics speak of heartbreak, the struggle we all face to survive, love, sacrifice and the ecstasy of triumph. He is the son of immigrant parents of Central and South American decent. From early on he has always had a passion for Latin music and hip-hop due to his worldly cultural influences he is able to live and operate freely in both the American and Spanish markets. His first album released in 2005 entitled “Almost Famous” reminded us it is never too late to seek out your dream and grab hold of it. In his sophomore mix tape “West Side Hialeah Story”, he invites us to recall the places of our youth, the friends we’ve loved and lost in order to appreciate the present. Unable to complete is Untitled Junior album in its entirety due to his incarceration his family and friends released “Free Dago”. Free Dago teaches us that no matter what liberties are stripped away, freedom is our inalienable right and being free is a state of mind. After a 3-year time sentence he rejoined society more focus and determined to share the Free Dago vision. This vision encourages us to revolutionize not only the way we think and feel but the actions we should take to free ourselves from any strongholds that impede us from becoming the best versions of ourselves. Paraphrasing the words of a great artist, “The first duty of any individual is to think for themselves. I believe the most important part of being free, is to be who you really are. Live free. Free Dago.