Curtis “Damn Isall”, a young talented rapper with a lot of potential, was born in Ghana (West-Africa),
in the city of Accra. In 2018, at the age of 12, he moved with his parents to Belgium. From that moment on he was based in Brick 9000, better known as the city called Ghent.
At an early age, Damn Isall had a deep love for music. He started his music passion, playing the drums and piano. Damn Isall started rapping and dancing at the age of 7. As long as he can remember, he wanted to make music and entertain people. His music genre is hiphop, specifically drill but also afrobeat, a West-African music genre that is unseperably intertwined with Ghana.
Damn Isall’s music is about everyday happenings in real life, but also about his own experiences and struggles he has been going through in his young life.
So far, Damn Isall did a few gigs, but his most memorable and enjoyable was at ‘De Centrale’ when he did the support act for Kwame Mulzz there.
His musical mentor is Lil Tjay. Their connection is build on music and common interests and experiences. Both artists’ music is protruded with the things they have been through in their life, the struggles and the good times.
Some of his released songs are Y’ahu, Ma bitch, Nobody Knows, Nobody feat Ubeatz and many more.