De’Andre Cox, going by the stage name BTG Dre, is set on his journey to become one of the popular rappers of the world. Born in the dangerous neighborhoods of West Baltimore, he migrated to York County in southern Pennsylvania with his family for better experiences. And just at the age of 18 years, he managed to set a huge stepping stone for his success, paving a pathway in between the 2 cities.
The rapper has made big moves by being on ABC27 and WJZ TV news. But despite that, he has not let the fame destroy him in a negative way. He is still in contact with his Day 1 friends and keeps coming back to his hometown to spend time with them and pursue his career.
He started pursuing his passion in music at the age of 10. By the time he was 17, he dropped in some of the popular songs like Young Stunna, Stack It, Facts, and so on. Given his persistence in music and love for rapping, he got a lot of love, and even some hate, on social media all over the world. And that made him one of the popular upcoming Baltimore rappers of today. The number of views on his music videos kept on increasing at every social media platform, and he started featuring on numerous music platforms like Apple, SoundCloud, Spotify, YouTube, and so on.
BTG Dre’s music has today become an outlet for him to share his goals and life experiences. And amidst all that, he has always found his close friends supporting and standing by him.
His grandmother, Earlene “Miss Pearl” Holland, calls him her All American Superstar. “His rapping, it’s something he takes to heart. He just got that strength, that determination, the willpower, and it’s not like he’s doing this to satisfy us. I told him you always satisfy yourself first, and the rest will fall in. Whatever you’re doing, you have to love it. And now the little kids love him in the neighborhood, like, ‘Where Dre at?’ I’m so proud of my grandson, you just don’t know.”