Interviews Dasgasdom3

Published on June 30th, 2024 | by Dr. Jerry Doby


Internet Sensation Dasgasdom3 on Trolling and Single “Leave Me”

Since 2016, Dasgasdom3 has been leaving his mark on the internet streaming scene. As a self-proclaimed “troll at heart”, he is known for content on YouTube, which highlights escapades he streams live on Kick. He chose the stage name Dasgadom3 while still in high school, as a way to stand out among his competition uniquely, a sentiment that reflects his online personality. Shortly after finding his knack for creating YouTube content, he began expressing himself artistically through music, crediting artists like Kendrick Lamar as his biggest inspiration. The first song that he released was “Smoking The Pain”, which he recorded with his cousin Yung Splita. Dasgasdom3 is currently on track to release a new album in June of this year. Titled SO3, an abbreviation for Society of 3, is as he describes it as an ode to his childhood and the optimism of youth.


Leave Me” is the first single of Dasgasdom3’s upcoming album set to release in June. Perhaps his most vulnerable song to date, the track was written in February of last year in the fallout of a breakup from a particular toxic relationship he was in. “Leave Me” fundamentally serves as a part of helping Dasgasdom3 to process the emotions of wanting to stay in that relationship while still acknowledging that it isn’t healthy to do so. The instrumentals ride a thin line between somber and energetic. They perfectly accompany the content of the lyrics; reflecting on the abuse while remaining hopeful for the future.

The music video for “Leave Me” is a grand production that could only be born out of an artistic mind as creative as Dasgasdom3. Headed by Toronto-based director BrownGuyMadeIT, the video follows Dasgadom3 performing throughout Los Angeles. Whether he’s alone at Venice Beach, or partying in Beverly Hills with his significant other, he knows how to express himself while flaunting the influencer life. The result is even more meaningful to Dasgasdom3 as multiple friends of his contributed significantly to the result, whether it be a Tesla Cyberquad that he is seen riding, their homes for him to show off, or simply showing up to his party for extra visuals. Viewing the music video in the aftermath of his breakup, “Leave Me” is Dasgasdom3’s way of showing that he’ll not only be ok but will be better as a result of moving on.

Dasgasdom3 weighed in on a few things including the single and accompanying video.

Tell us about your journey as an artist.

Started in high school when me and my friend Jason would freestyle in art class listening to Joey Badass really just enjoying the moments trying to turn nothing into something. From there it was only evolution and really figuring out my own sound and staying true to myself no matter what is trending.

What inspired you to write “Leave Me”?

Hardships/breakups in the past. The feeling of falling in love is rare for me so when i find it. I don’t want to let go of it. Leaving me will ruin me if I know you’re the one for me.

In “Leave Me,” you discuss the changing energy in your relationship. Can you explain how that dynamic shifted?

Finding out the red flags in the relationships and seeing who they really are once you get to know them better. The honeymoon phase only lasts so long. Once that’s up then it’s only downhill from there.

Were there any challenges or breakthroughs that stood out while working on the song?

Yes actually. was in the middle of a breakup while writing this song.

What advice would you give to someone experiencing a similar situation to what you describe in “Leave Me”?

Make sure you know for certain she is the one for you. if she really appreciates you and shows you the support you deserve. if that’s not there then she’s better off gone.

What can you tell us about the concept and creative direction of the music video for “Leave Me”?

Leave me is a song inspired on hard relationships and how there’s always an on and off connection between you and your loved one. In order to make things work you have to commit to points you don’t want to and take that extra mile to keep it consistent
What message do you hope listeners take away from “Leave Me”?

What’s next for you after “Leave Me”?

My album “S03”

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