We welcome Dap the Contract for the first instalment of our ‘Soliloquoy’ series.

Soliloquy is an ongoing Fathom Magazine series born out of our desire to remove filters and engage musicians directly. A Soliloquy will accompany each Issue, and will see Fathom invite musicians to express themselves through a creative interpretation of the issue theme.

Dap the Contract

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Written, Shot and Directed by DAP the Contract

About DAP the Contract

Hailing from Lagos, Nigeria classically trained pianist and producer/rapper DAP possesses an inkling for creating incredible music. At an early age he was drawn to music through an entirely musical family. He started playing the piano aged 4 and passed his ABRSM Grade 8 Piano with distinction aged 13, and went on to attain a DipABRSM Performance Diploma on the Piano aged 17.

After high school in London, UK, he attended the Berklee College of Music for two semesters as part of a gap year with the intention of majoring in Contemporary Writing & Production or Music Production & Engineering, and on his departure after the summer released a mixtape titled GoodBye For Now.

He released his fourth mixtape GoodBye For Never, a sequel to GoodBye For Now, in October 2014. In May 2016, he graduated from Brown University with a Bachelor of Arts in Classics and Computer Music & Multimedia. Following the release of his Two Roads EP in April 2017 and the two-part Contract Thursday’s series later in the year, he is currently a student at Columbia Law School.

Although he is a relative newcomer in the music industry he fully intends on making his mark in a major way when it’s all said and done.

This is only the beginning.

DAP the Contract / Soundcloud / Instagram

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