David Shine Is Using Music To Grow His Comedic Fan Base

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David Shine is taking a unique approach to his comedic dreams. As a comedian, he understands how important it is to grow a fan base. As of late, he has decided to drop dope songs that have a ton of replay value. His goal to make songs with funny subjects is not a new one, but the idea to focus on the artistry around it is most important. Artists like Weird Al, Kevin Hart, and more have done silly songs in the past. David’s tracks are a ton of fun to listen to and still have the artistic qualities that music fans love. This is where David differs from the rest.


Now, David Shine has a couple of singles under his belt, and some impressive features on Nick Cannon’s popular show Wild’n Out. His videos for “Pancake Tiddies” & “Not Your Man” are highly hilarious. He is looking to do everything this year to bring attention to his comedic dreams. His first project Slow N*gga Melodies is full of heat, and he seems like he can really grow as a major artist in the coming years. David Shine is poised to become one of the top comedians to watch in his lane.


Follow David on social media @iamdavidshine and listen to his latest project below!

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