Deejay Rupp has been dropping nothing, but pure fire lately and he’s back at it again with the lyric video for his new trap “Happy Now” that has us ready to turn up.
Listen to “Happy Now” Here:
When Deejay Rupp is not sharing stages around the world with music’s elite from Jennifer Lopez, Demi Lovato, Rae Sremmurd, Tyga or collabing with Kyle Massey, Jack & Jack or Tha Joker, Deejay Rupp is lighting up the timelines of his hundreds of thousands of dedicated fans.
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More About Dillon Rupp:
Dillon Rupp, better known as Deejay Rupp, is a 19-year old DJ, rapper, and producer from Evansville, Indiana. He developed an early interest in hip hop music while he was a junior in high school, experimenting with different music programs and production equipment in his grandfather’s spare bedroom.
In 2014, Rupp moved to Los Angeles in pursuit of a larger career in music, after already hitting a #1 on iTunes with his debut track “Indiana” Since then, he’s released multiple tracks featuring collaborations alongside Tha Joker, Kyle Massey, Skate, Jack & Jack, and others. He has performed over 200 shows and festivals all over the world, with artists like JLO, Demi Lovato, Rae Sremmurd, Kid Ink, Tyga, Travis Scott, and more.
While a focused musician, Rupp also considers himself to be an incredibly business-minded person, constantly exploring ventures and projects outside of the music space. He reflects his way of thinking and humor across his social media channels, which has built up the brand he currently holds. With his massive following, he’s opened the door to multiple opportunities for brand collaborations,
red carpet events, and other partnerships.
Lately, Rupp has been improving his craft in the studio, learning more about production and his “sound”. His fan base continues to grow by the day, and he has no intention of slowing down his hustle anytime soon.”