While Dax has many accomplishments to rejoice in, he remains far from his ultimate aspirations. Originating from Ottawa, Canada, this multi-talented artist wears the hats of singer, songwriter, and rapper, and takes great pride in crafting music that leaves a lasting impact, so much so that he considers it a genre of its own. Whether he’s delivering powerful rap verses or heartfelt vocals, Dax’s overarching goal is to make a positive imprint on the world, consistently creating from a place of sincerity and vulnerability.
Recently, Dax introduced his highly-praised single and captivating music video, “To Be A Man,” which has already garnered an impressive 9 million views in a span of just two months. Demonstrating his versatility, Dax embraces his love for country music in this release, showcasing his ability to transcend genres. His talents were further recognized when he performed the song live on national television at the prestigious Canadian Country Music Awards. In a display of engagement with his fans, Dax initiated an open verse challenge on social media, handpicking his favorite submissions and inviting the top 10 contestants to Los Angeles to film the remix video for the song.
He just released a new (MEGA REMIX) of his hit, “To Be A Man.” Check it out below!
“To Be A Man” joins Dax’s catalog of hits, including “Depression,” the Gold-certified “Dear God,” and the Platinum-certified “Dear Alcohol” released last year. He also recently hit one billion views on Youtube, giving hope to all independent artists around the world that they too can follow in his footsteps.
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Jerrett Franklin grew up in a small town. He moved to Nashville to pursue a music career. After writing for a few different artists in the area, he decided to branch out and give local music the spotlight. That is where the idea for Music On The Rox originated from. We are dedicated to shining a light on local music and giving a voice to those who aren’t being heard.