About Dann Furia:
Dann Furia, formerly known as Skip-Dawg, is a US rapper with several albums released from 2004 through 2014. His music has been used in numerous TV shows, ad campaigns, and independent films. Furia's songs have been licensed for use by Quiksilver, Target, NBC, Supercuts, The NFL, and more. He also was featured as a rapper in a national ad campaign for Windstream Communications.
Furia's most recent release "This Thing I Do" (2013) includes 6 songs produced by Larry "Pop" Summerville, whose production credits include Flo Rida, Christina Aguilera, Alexandra Burke, Amerie, and BoA.
A graduate of Princeton University, Furia created a website called "The True Stories of a Rapper Whose Lungs Collapse" which chronicles the challenges of living with a serious lung condition. Furia's 2008 album "We Will Rise" also portrays the story behind his music, as he wrote and recorded the album while recovering from surgery on both lungs.