Emerging Baltimore native Tsa Da Don caught our ears and eyes with a pair of visuals from his recent catalog. The songs in question are “Screaming for Help” and “Blm” which explore real-time issues from a unique standpoint.

The first track “Screaming For Help” is the 1st single off of his debut album Maryland Kid. The KpBeats produced soulful track flips an Usher song and the result is a smooth, somber track that sees Tsa dive into his own inner struggles. He looks at how depression can lead a man into the dark places from where it’s hard to return. Tsa uses his experiences to implore anyone going through a similar predicament to always have faith and push on regardless of how tough it gets.

The video is directed By Banga Jaxon of Bass Arcade.

Stream “Screaming For Help” on Apple Music//Tidal//Amazon//Spotify

The second visual is for the insightful record titled “BLM” which dives into the delicate issue of police brutality. Over a somber piano-laden backdrop courtesy of MoreShahin, Tsa shares his experience on dealing with indiscriminate stops and searches by the cops and the frequent extra judiciary killings. “BLM” is Tsa’s second single.

Stream “Blm” on Apple Music//Tidal//Amazon Music//Spotify

Tahir Siddiqi Abdussamad Sr known professionally as Tsa Da Don, is an American independent Hip Hop artist. Currently working on his debut album, ‘Maryland Kid’, the Baltimore native along with his label ‘Space Age/ Loyalty N Family Entertainment’, channels inspiration from artists such as Tupac, J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar and DMV’s own Wale to create a mixture of lyricism, pain, and real life trauma with a DMV GoGo styled bounce. With dual debut singles ‘BLM’ (Black Lives Matter) and ‘Screaming For Help’ currently streamed over 21,000 times on all streaming platforms and viewed over 42,000 times on YouTube, Tsa Da Don is successfully bringing something different to the ears and eyes of the Hip Hop scene.


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