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Dabo Insignia
Dabo
Voiced By Himself
Crew D-Mob
Appears in Def Jam Vendetta
Venue Hangout Def Jam
Blazin' Move (s) Flying Zero (Front)
Sucker Ball Stomp (Rear)

Dabo is a Japanese rapper and appeared exclusively in the Japan version of Def Jam Vendetta.

Biography

Dabo became a member of Nitro Microphone Underground in 1997. In 1999 he released his first single, Mr. Fudatzkee. In 2001, he was the first Japanese artist to be signed by Def Jam Japan. That same year, he made his major debut as a solo artist releasing Platinum Tongue which reached number fifteen on the Japanese (Oricon) music charts. In addition to his solo works, Dabo racked up numerous credits collaborating with various artists.In addition to his solo works, he has amassed more than 60 credits working with various artists.

Def Jam Vendetta

In the Japanese version of Story mode, in place of Ghostface Killah, you'll fight Dabo after defeating WC in the The Def Jam Tournament.

Gallery

Video

Def Jam Vendetta (Japanese version) - Dabo VS S-Word

Def Jam Vendetta (Japanese version) - Dabo VS S-Word

Dabo and S-Word's Gameplay

Def Jam Vendetta JAPANESE RAPPERS With Slow Mo 60FPS

Def Jam Vendetta JAPANESE RAPPERS With Slow Mo 60FPS

Dabo and S-Word's Intros, Blazin' Moves and Victory Outros.

DABO - It's My Turn

DABO - It's My Turn

Dabo - It's My Turn (Music video)





























Trivia

  • Dabo is one of two fighters exclusive to the Japan version of Def Jam Vendetta, the other is S-Word.
  • Dabo's song "It's my turn (Fight)" is featured in the Def Jam Vendetta soundtrack.
D-Mob's Crew
Leader: D-Mob
Capone · Comp · DMX · Erick Sermon · Flava Flav · Freeway · Ghostface Killah · Hero · Joe Budden · Keith Murray · Ludacris · Memphis Bleek · Method Man (Blaze) · N.O.R.E. · Redman (Doc) · Scarface · Sticky · WC
Female Members: Kimora · Shawnna
Underling(s): Teck · Chiang · Trick · House · Pockets
Formerly: Snowman
Exclusive in the Japanese Version of Def Jam Vendetta: Dabo · S-Word