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Donnie Fresh is The Next Big Thing in Music

Donald Mutin Jr. is better known by his stage name “Donnie Fresh”, is a songwriter, rapper and producer from New Orleans, Louisiana. He emerged from the underground with his truth and heartfelt music that only he could tell. Inspired by Cash Money Millionaires , Master P , Anthony Hamilton , John Mayer , and B.B. King,

Donnie also found love for other genres like classic rock. Such as Led Zeppelin, Guns N’ Roses and many more. In August of 2005, Hurricane Katrina made a devastating landfall which brought Donnie to Houston, TX.

Once coming to Houston, He picked up several instruments, such as the guitar, piano and several others and taught himself how to play. This helped mold Donnie into his sound that we hear today. Growing up, Donnie would record mixtapes and sell them at his school for 10 dollars to help his mother with bills. In 2017 “Never Going Back” would be the record to spark a buzz around his name. With his relaxed style, vivid lyrics, and smooth R&B hooks, Donnie would continue to show why he is next.

In 2019 his hit single, “Waiting For” continued to expand his name and grow across countries like the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, and Jamaica etc. This helped boost the brand and fanbase to a larger market.

In 2020 Donnie gave us his first body of work, with his EP “What Happened Last Thursday” with his heavily anticipated single “Truth Is”, this record was written the day his grandmother passed and takes you through all the emotions that Donnie and his family had to endure. This EP also includes “Farewell Letter” which talks about the real relationship struggles he had to overcome.

On March 26, 2021, Donnie released a 10-song album “The Tales of Motel 6”. This tape includes his single “Numb” and “ Slabs in Screwston featuring Lil Flip & Elevator Jay. With his continued dedication to talk about mental health and dealing with depression, Donnie hit over 1.4 Million Streams on Tales of Motel 6.

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