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Dre All Day in the Paint “The Original Voice of the DMV”

Dre All Day in the Paint is one of the founders of the DMV (DC, Maryland, and Virginia) hip-hop and go-go music entertainment movement. A self-motivated and driven entertainer, party host, and marketing and promotional expert, artists know him as an advocate. Socialites and party-goers know Dre All Day as a top promoter and party host in the DC, Maryland and Virginia area. He is a true voice for the DMV, who, for years, has linked hip-hop artists with fans, industry insiders, and opportunities to perform with national celebrities in front of local crowds.

Dre All Day was born and raised in DC and made his start in the entertainment industry in 1995 when he organized and promoted his first showcase. That year, Dre created PT Entertainment, which was a subsidiary of PT Sportswear. He also began promoting cabarets, pool parties and cookouts (2010 will mark the 16th Annual It’s All Love Family Cookout, presented by Dre All Day). Dre was a major force for promotions of hip-hop parties and go-go’s as well. Since 2005, he has provided consistent venues for local artists to perform. In 2007, Dre All Day created Allday Entertainment, and carved a niche as a premier party host, marketing guru, and industry insider in the DMV.

Dre is well-known on the go-go and hip-hop scenes. He’s been a weekly host for DC parties featuring UCB, TCB, and Backyard Band. In addition, Dre created weekly open mic showcases, including the Almost Famous Open Mic and 12 Unplugged, to provide practice and performance opportunities for up and coming talent.

He is the winner of two DMV Awards naming him “Street Grinder” of the year in 2007 and 2008. In 2009, he was included in Sidney Thomas’ historical novel, Diamonds in the Raw, which documents the DMV hip-hop movement. In January of 2010, Dre was the co-organizer of the 4th Annual Original DMV Music Awards, responsible for marketing and promotions and hosting the show. This red-carpet event was a major draw for the independent music community and local celebrities with approximately 1,300 attendees. Dre All Day’s portfolio includes over 700 radio commercials for 93.9 WKYS FM, 95.5 WPGC FM (both in th DC market), and, and concert footage from shows with celebrity singers and rappers. Dre All Day has appeared in some of the DMV’s hottest videos, including Wale’s “Nike Boots,” 93.9 WKYS FM DJ Quick Silva’s “Where They Do That At,” Phil Ade’s “Please Don’t Go Hollywood,” Eezy Money’s “I’m from DC,” Garvey The Chosen One’s “Spin It Off,” and Ice Bloc’s “Ride Around.”

The Future

With years of live hosting and entertainment experience, Dre looks forward to branching into radio and television talk shows, and acting. He is The Official Voice of the DMV, and so naturally, Dre will continue to host the hottest events, tours, and concerts around the nation and provide national exposure for underground hip-hop artists from the DMV.

Learn more about Dre All Day’s incredible career in entertainment below:

Awards DMV Awards, Street Grinder Award Recipient in 2007 and 2008

Business Ventures Dates: est. 2009, Allday Entertainment, est. 2007, PT Sportswear in Temple Hills, Maryland 1995-

Celebrity Concert Hosting Yo Gotti, Crime Mob, Gucci Mane, Plies, Jim Jones, Nikki Minaj, Wacko Flacko, OJ the Juiceman, Slim Thug, Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em, Yung LA, Yung Jock, Rich Boy, Lil Boosie, Scarface, Devin the Dude, Shawdy Lo, Trey Songz, and more.

Community Service 100 Black Men of Hope (October 2009); National Hip Hop 4 Haiti Day in DC on February 3, 2010

Mixtape Hosting Artists/Mixtape: Cousin Bubb’s “The Campaign; Low Life Records “Low Life Records”; Diggz “Back to the Future Part 2”, T2 “Mixtape Part 2” Goodie Grandma Hands; Mixtape Compilation “Voices of the DMV” (various artists); Triple Team Entertainment “DC Love”; Mo Chips “Mr. Greenline Vol. 2”; E 1 Letter “Now or Never”; BE “Wake My City Up”; Cousin Bubb “I Love DC”; Chris Bo

Sponsors Adidas DC (apparel), Create DC (promotional needs), Up Against the Wall (apparel), DTLR (apparel)

Videos Cameos and feature roles in Wale’s “Nike Boots,” 93.9 WKYS FM DJ Quick Silva’s “Where They Do That At,” Phil Ade’s “Please Don’t Go Hollywood,” Eezy Money’s “I’m from DC,” Garvey The Chosen One’s “Spin It Off,” and Ice Bloc’s “Ride Around.”

Additional Accomplishments In 2009, included in Diamonds in the Raw, a novel by Sidney Thomas, documenting the DMV hip-hop movement; founder of, which shares videos and event information about the local music scene; featured in December 2009 edition of Swings II Magazine; Dre was the cover story of Issue Number 3 of The Capital Magazine, appearance on Wild Howard Radio with Dan Wilder, and Be U DVD Magazine, photographed for Shy Nightlife Magazine, Elite DC Magazine


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