On July 30th, 1984 a rising star was born! Dontay Dominique Pompey A.K.A “D’Loe” from 2XXL has shown signs of being an entertainer since he was able to balance on his two feet. He started out as a charming toddler making the world laugh and smile with his brave and outgoing personality. His love for music has been embedded in him since an early age. At the age of 7 D’Loe was freestyle rapping in front of Elementary Schools classes with his early partner in crime Audra Mae Butts “kicking” the beat. He wrote his first song at the age of 8 and hasn’t stopped writing and performing since. His talents have brought him a long way in life putting an impression on a lot of friends, family, and fans along the way.
D’loe got involved in Theatre his freshman year attending Putnam City Original High School. Over the years of coaching from Donna Brown he became First in the State and district for Humorous interpretation, 9th in the Nation out of 2,000 in Humorous Interpretation along with many other awards and top rankings from various categories and tournaments. He was accepted into the University of Central Oklahoma on a Theatre Scholarship in which led him to land respected roles in School Plays including The role “Cory” in the well known play “Fences” by August Wilson.
Outside of schooling and training, D’Loe decided to join the field of Stand up Comedy. He made his first debut as an open mic emcee at The Looney Bin Comedy Club in Oklahoma City, OK. From there he made his way to hosting for big names that made appearances here in OKC. He also landed headlining spots on the road. He has always enjoyed music and freestyle rapping at events, parties, school hallways and cafeterias, etc. He has been in too many rap battles and remain as one of the hardest to beat in Oklahoma! He has done commercials on BET calling out all rappers in his home state to come and challenge him for a chance for the crown as Freestyle King of OK. This is a name that D’Loe didn’t give himself, but earned from the crowd and local artists in his home state.