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David Wright Jr. professionally known as Done Wright, is an American musician, vocalist, songwriter, producer, and entrepreneur born in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, NY. In 1985 his parents moved to the South Jamaica section of Queens where he was raised.

Growing up in “South Side” he lost many of his friends to the street life and the prison system. He grew up listening to lyrical greats like Rakim, Kool G. Rap, Nas, B.I.G., Jay-Z and was influenced to become a rap artist as well. Done’s style is very witty, charismatic and thought provoking, complimented with a smooth delivery.

He knows how to craft massive, anthemic records. The majority of it is his lyrical ability and his voice, which is menacing, and intriguing. In 2009 he began pursuing a musical career and founded his own record label, HardWork Entertainment. The first official release was his debut EP “Penny 2 A Million” (2009), produced exclusively by Sha Skillz.

After minimal success of his first release, the two parted ways to focused on their own musical endeavors. With consistency being one of his strengths, Done Wright continued his path to success in 2012 with his “Supply Work, Demand Respect” series. Today, his production is featured on his current hit single “Aruba”. In closing he has consistently delivered quality music, videos, movies and clothing line.