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play lo-fi play hi-fi  Just Walked Up
play lo-fi play hi-fi  Shawty Bad
play lo-fi play hi-fi  Show Her Some Love
I am Randy Galloway, a rising artist from Daytona Beach, Florida.
I recently became interested and involved with the music business; however, music has always been my passion.

I began playing drums in church when I was 5 years old. My grandfather is a professional drummer for over 50 years and he has been a great inspiration. I was introduced to the saxophone in the 5th grade. In middle school, I was the only 6th grader in my marching band which was a blessing. I was also a section leader of the saxophones during my eight grade year. Currently, I play keyboard and I like to create my own beats.

I sing and I can rap. I also like to write poetry and I’ve become quite good. I CAN DO IT ALL!! Between music and poetry, something will work out for me.

Thanks for taking the time to learn all about me, Randy Galloway aka RdG.  This goes out to everyone that already knows about me and to those who are about to find out. Check out my official website at  Thanks for your support! Look for me in the future!

Randy aka RdG

RdG’s Contact Info

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Email Addresses - &
Aol/Aim s/n = rdgalloway, Yahoo s/n = rdgfasho
Cell # = 386-341-7995
My Music History
I have many hobbies, but above all music is my favorite. When you think of music, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? For me, music consists of playing a musical instrument, like the keyboard, drums, piano, or even arranging and/or writing my own music.
At the age of five, I played drums for the church choir. It was good being introduced to music at an early age. I don't think I understood this as a beginning of my musical journey, but it was a lot of fun and that’s all that matters.
Fifth grade is where music became serious for me. I learned how to play the saxophone. On that day, nothing was going to hold me back from mastering this instrument. I made up my mind and I focused and worked hard to achieve my goal. Practice was held three days a week to help with the basics and the strategies that were needed for improvement. My middle school years were exciting also. In sixth grade, I was the only sixth grader in marching band. That was really a blessing.
During my high school years I joined the Daytona Beach Youth Orchestra. It was a great opportunity for me to experience a different style of music. I performed in numerous concerts and during the summer of 2001 I traveled to Italy. Two local orchestras combined and called ourselves the Florida Young Artist Orchestra of America. We performed concerts with Italian musicians, appeared on television, and were featured in news articles throughout Italy and Central Florida. It was fun and I had one of the best travel experiences of my life.
During my junior year of high school things began to change. I stopped playing the saxophone, which lead me into a new style of music. I wanted to learn how to write music and learn how to produce instrumentals. I practiced on my keyboard thinking of ways to enhance my musical ability. I took a keyboarding class during my senior year and after a short while I became good at it. Now I'm writing my own music, producing, singing, rapping and just doing the best at what I can do. “I can do the whole nine.” All things are possible!
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