Tadoe Biography

Darron Rose, better known by his stage name Tadoe, is an American rapper affiliated with the rap label Glo Gang. Growing up in the turbulent South Side area of Chicago, Tadoe became a member of the Black Disciples at a young age. His breakthrough came in 2013 when he was featured in Chief Keef’s track ‘Bankroll’, gaining recognition as a rapper. Tadoe’s debut mixtape, ‘Tadoe Thotties Thoinkz & Joints’, was released in 2014 and helped establish his presence in the music industry. In 2018, he released his second mixtape, ‘The Golden One’, through DigiGlo. Despite his success, Tadoe has faced controversy, including allegations of physical abuse towards his former girlfriend, rapper, and model Cuban Doll.

Quick Facts

  • Also Known As: Darron Rose
  • Age: 28 Years, 28 Year Old Males
  • Born Country: United States
  • City: Chicago, Illinois
  • U.S. State: Illinois
  • Occupation: Rapper
  • Gender: Male


CareerTadoe has been a member of Chief Keef’s crew since the beginning of the latter’s music career. In 2013, he collaborated with Chief Keef for one of his songs, “Bankroll”. Despite his previous involvement in several other projects, he was relatively unknown. ‘Bankroll’ garnered him initial recognition. He also set up his YouTube channel that year, in August. As of 2018, he has garnered over 55 thousand subscribers on the channel and has close to 20 million views. Tadoe primarily posts his own music videos there. He has also gained much popularity on Instagram and has amassed over 356k followers on the platform.

Debut Mixtape

On December 16, 2014, he put out his debut mixtape, ‘Tadoe Thotties Thoinkz & Joints’, through the 101 Distribution record label. It is comprised of 16 tracks: ‘Thotties Thoinkz Joints’ ft. Chief Keef, ‘Pussy’, ‘Gang In This Bitch’ ft. Capo, ‘Know How I Rock’, ‘Battle’, ‘Off the Molly’, ‘Poke’, ‘Ttu’, ‘Turn Up’ ft. Blood Money, ‘Haircut’, ‘Beef’ ft. Ballout JusGlo, ‘Drama’, ‘Enuff’, ‘Tuesday’, ‘Back On It’ ft. Tray Savage, and ‘Dea’.

Continued Collaborations

After establishing himself as a legitimate rapper with ‘Tadoe Thotties Thoinkz & Joints’, he continued to collaborate with Chief Keef as well as with Ballout. In 2015, he worked with Chief Keef on the mixtape ‘The Best of Glo worlds’ and with Ballout on the mixtape ‘The Rise of Glo Gang Empire’. These mixtapes featured all the members of the Glo Gang.

Second Mixtape

He released his second mixtape, ‘The Golden One’, on April 22, 2018, through DigiGlo Records. It contains 13 tracks: ‘Cabbage’ ft. Chief Keef, ‘Sleep’, ‘In The Spot’ ‘Freestyle’ ft. Ballout, ‘Reload’, ‘Water’, ‘Go Forrest’, ‘Play For Keeps’ ft. DAMEDOT, ‘Liver’ ft. Ballout, ‘P’s’, ‘Cuffing Me’, ‘Go Live’ ft. Chief Keef, Ballout, Fredo Santana, and ‘Lien’ ft Chief Keef. In 2020, he came out with his third mixtape titled ‘No Guts No Glory.’ The mixtape contained songs such as ‘It’s Up,’ ‘Get Dis Bag,’ ‘Everything,’ ‘ODR,’ ‘Lamb Truck,’ and ‘Yada.’

Controversies & Scandals

In January 2017, the Los Angeles police arrested Tadoe, Chief Keef, and several other Glo Gang members for breaking into rapper Ramsay Tha Great’s house and assaulting him with an AK-47. A month later, Ramsay Tha Great himself was arrested on pimping and pandering charges. He was subsequently sentenced to ten years in prison in November. After a witness in the previous case voiced his refusal to cooperate, the assault charges against Tadoe, Chief Keef, and others were withdrawn in April 2018.

In May 2018, Tadoe was feuding with the Brooklyn-based rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine. On 5 May, 6ix9ine chatted with Cuban Doll, who was in a relationship with Tadoe at the time, on Instagram Live. It reportedly infuriated Tadoe and he proceeded to physically abuse Cuban Doll. She was taken to a hospital from where she later showed her bruises on Instagram Live. According to her, Tadoe talked to other women all the time but took offense when she talked to other men. 6ix9ine uploaded a video of him arguing with Tadoe who can be heard shouting, “Lose this number. I kill people.”

In June, while Tadoe and Chief Keef were in New York City, the latter was shot at, allegedly by the members of 6ix9ine’s gangs. However, 6ix9ine has denied any involvement.

Personal Life

Rose was born on July 14, 1995, in Chicago, Illinois, and grew up in a low-income family in one of the most violent parts of the modern United States, the infamous South Side area of the city of Chicago. Both he and Chief Keef, whose real name is Keith Farrelle Cozart, became involved with the Black Disciples quite early in their lives. Other members of their family were also part of the gang. Black Disciples is one of the two major street gangs of Chicago along with Gangster Disciples. Tadoe was involved in various criminal activities that the gang committed and gradually rose to become one of its most powerful members.

Tadoe has dated rapper and model Cuban Doll. They parted ways in May 2018 after she accused him of domestic abuse.

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