Im Just Dane (DeJuan Dangerfield) is an LA-based singer-songwriter from Chicago, Illinois. Not too long ago, he released a melodic R&B tune, entitled, “I Don’t Need’em”.

Im Just Dane – “I Don’t Need’em” single

“I don’t really need ‘em. All these girls a mess. See I don’t really no stress, I’m just gonna get rich. I don’t really need ‘em. Pass right by this way.” – lyrics

‘I Don’t Need’em’ tells an interesting tale of a young hustler who tries his best to avoid messy females and unproductive situations.

Apparently, he’s not into codependency but prefers to work independently to make money for his team.

Later, he admits that his main goal is to get rich and not to be stressed by a disorderly female. Therefore, he has to move a certain way in order to make his dream come true.

‘I Don’t Need’em’ contains a relatable storyline, ear-welcoming vocals, and vibey instrumentation flavored with contemporary R&B, hip-hop, and trap elements.

Im Just Dane – “I Don’t Need’em” single

Im Just Dane - “I Don’t Need’em” artwork

Im Just Dane musical influences include Michael Jackson and Usher. Also, he was inspired by a voice that resembles the classic R&B artists of the ‘90s and 2000s, but with present-day production.

His ambition is to share his life experiences, struggles, and goals through his music, which includes a mixture of soul, blues, and trap.

His latest EP, entitled, “A Conduit of Light” is about his past struggles in life and how he has overcome them. Check it out below via SoundCloud.

Im Just Dane – “A Conduit of Light” EP

We recommend adding Im Just Dane’s “I Don’t Need’em” single to your personal playlist. Also, let us know how you feel about it in the comment section below.


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