Nigerian Canadian rapper, singer, and songwriter, better known by his stage name Dax, Daniel Nwosu Jr., has released his debut album “Pain Paints Paintings.”

Born March 22, 1994, and Known for his freestyle remixes to hit rap songs, he rose to fame for his official music video of his song “Cash Me Outside” featuring Danielle Bregoli. He released his debut extended play, It’s Different Now, in August 2018. He then released his second EP “I’ll Say It For You”.

Dax is also known for his singles “Dear God” “Joker” “My Last Words” “Dear Mom” “Books Of Revelation”.

Dax family moved to Ottawa, Ontario at a young age and later moved to Wichita, Kansas. He attended the University of Montana and later transferred to Newman University, where he played guard for the Newman Jets basketball team.

He initially wrote poetry and was a motivational speaker prior to pursuing a rap career. During his tenure at Newman University he worked as a janitor, which he claimed was a job he liked because he was able to work on building his rap career in his spare time from work. He also has a tattoo of the Nigerian flag on his neck.