Known for their sweat-soaked live performances, DGG has built a devoted following in their hometown of New York City and beyond. And the buzz is growing louder. In fact, The Philadelphia Inquirer claimed, "Amid the drive and clarion uplift, Goddess has poured his heart and soul into the best songs of his life, songs that resonate deeply beyond their passion and energy."
Now that the new EP is complete, it's time for Goddess and his band to hit the road. He knows it won't be an easy slog, what with Hip Hop and pop music still clogging the airwaves. But the guy has a big ace up his sleeve. "There's a reason they call it Classic Rock. It never really goes out of fashion. Young kids are into Creedence Clearwater, you know? So, I'm hoping that if we just stay true to ourselves, it'll hit big with the audience. It's the only kind of music we really like. And I don't think we're alone."