Top Tracks

Track Artist Album
Hate Me Later (feat. Mac Miller) JD Era No Handouts (Deluxe Edition)
Smoking Good JD Era No Handouts (Deluxe Edition)
Payday 2 JD Era Payday 2
Save Me (feat. Ayah) JD Era No Handouts (Deluxe Edition)
Top of the Game JD Era No Handouts (Deluxe Edition)
Mount Olympus (feat. Shi Wisdom) JD Era No Handouts (Deluxe Edition)
The Greatest (feat. Raekwon) JD Era No Handouts (Deluxe Edition)
Canada Eh JD Era No Handouts (Deluxe Edition)
Friday The 13th JD Era Th1rt3en-Black Tape
Cover Girl JD Era Cover Girl
Cover Girl - Edited JD Era Cover Girl (Edited)
You Got It JD Era You Got It
Comeback Season JD Era Comeback Season
Court Surfing 2012 JD Era Court Surfing 2012
The Score Court Surfing 2012 JD Era The Score Court Surfing 2012 - Single
You Know This JD Era Th1rt3en-Black Tape
Era Season JD Era Th1rt3en-Black Tape
Cover Girl JD Era Th1rt3en-Black Tape
Fame and Fortune JD Era Th1rt3en-Black Tape
The Difference JD Era Th1rt3en-Black Tape
Pay Day JD Era Th1rt3en-Black Tape
Villains Lair JD Era Th1rt3en-Black Tape
Time JD Era Th1rt3en-Black Tape
First and Last JD Era Th1rt3en-Black Tape
Daddy JD Era Th1rt3en-Black Tape
Not Around JD Era Th1rt3en-Black Tape
Champagne Nights JD Era Th1rt3en-Black Tape
Prince Of The North JD Era Prince Of The North
Ride Clean JD Era Prince Of The North
Paper Chase JD Era Prince Of The North
Grind Season JD Era Prince Of The North
Love 2 Hate JD Era Prince Of The North
Take Me Hone JD Era Prince Of The North
Young & The Restless JD Era Prince Of The North
High Stakes JD Era Prince Of The North
Want It JD Era Prince Of The North
Take Me Home (Remix) JD Era Prince Of The North
What We Have JD Era Prince Of The North
Good Morning Toronto JD Era Prince Of The North
Hustler JD Era Prince Of The North
No Handouts (feat. Lokkz) JD Era No Handouts (Deluxe Edition)
Yoga Flame JD Era No Handouts (Deluxe Edition)
Live for the Moment JD Era No Handouts (Deluxe Edition)
9th Inning (feat. Raekwon) JD Era No Handouts (Deluxe Edition)
I Need You (feat. Shi Wisdom) JD Era No Handouts (Deluxe Edition)
Rule the World JD Era No Handouts (Deluxe Edition)
Hero (feat. the Let Up) JD Era No Handouts (Deluxe Edition)
Smoking Good (Remix) [feat. Gun Play] JD Era No Handouts (Deluxe Edition)
Pay Day 2 (feat. Raekwon) JD Era No Handouts (Deluxe Edition)
Turn This Up (feat. Sarkodie) JD Era No Handouts (Deluxe Edition)

Born April 15, 1985, Joseph “JD ERA” Dako was raised in Mississauga, Ontario and developed a love for music at an early age. This love keeps him listening to everything from Jay-Z to James Brown. He started rapping at the age of 14 and began making a name for himself throughout ciphers at local shows and concerts. At age 16 Era began writing rhymes and entered and won his first freestyle competition. His passion for battling other emcees has gained him a reputation as one of the top freestyle lyricists in Toronto. This summer he solidified his reputation with a victory at the Mark Ecko Getting Up Festival’s Freestyle Competition. Under the watchful eye of an energetic crowd and prestigious judges such as Mr.X, JD defeated 15 other emcees and emerged as the last man standing. This was one of the many highlights in his young and promising career. Only twenty years young, JD is well aware that he is fairly new to the industry, and is more then willing to pay his dues. This summer he was one of the few featured artists on the Nike Battlegrounds Coat Of Arms compilation. He was also invited to perform in front of thousands at the Nike Battlegrounds tournament alongside international artist Kardinal Offishall among others. By the end of 2005 JD had completed two singles added to both Flow 93.5 and 91.5 The Beat. The first track “Ride Clean” received light rotation on both stations. The second, entitled “Take Me Home” featuring Sumeet took urban radio by storm. With its catchy chorus and infectious melody the song was quickly placed into heavy rotation, peaking at #4 on the countdown, finishing at #43 on Flow 93.5’s top 93 of 2005. Needless to say, 2005 was a phenomenal year for the young rapper. Packed with punch lines, witty metaphors, and a smooth flow, JD ERA is definitely a hip hop force to be reckoned with. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.