Dale mandela

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Musical artist

Dale Mandela is an american producer from Senoia Georgia who also goes by the stage name "Blac Boi". He is best known for Collaborating and authoring "One Night Only", a hit single by him and Stevie Hoang from Stevie's album This is Me all of his collaborations with Stevie hoang use the stage name Blac Boi.


Dale Mandela started his musical career as a producer, working from his parents' house. He often uploads home videos of himself performing informal acoustic tracks at home.

In 2008 , Dale worked music along side of David Harris, who now is signed with progressive music group, on tracks that came from the soundtrack of the movie "The Stickup Kids". Dale Mandela supported Stevie Haong N-Dubz and Tinchy Stryder on their 2009 'Uncle B' tour.

In 2009, Dale went on tour with U.K. recording artist Stevie Hoang. Dale toured the U.K. with Stevie Hoang under the stage name "Blac Boi" on the N-Dubz Uncle B Tour. While on tour Stevie and Dale recorded Stevie Hoangs song entitled "Ex Player" ft Blac Boi which would do well in Japan. After the tour Dale returned to the states where he was then signed by and independent record label called 2 Tears Entertainment.

In 2010, Dale was welcomed back on tour with Stevie for the JLS tour but would be banned from the country for a year because of improper paper work.

After being released from the lable "2 tears Entertainment" Dale decided to go independent and hooked up recently with Stevie Hoang again to give the world “Why”. Its another hot song from Dale and Stevie. Currently Dale just released his first single under Dale Mandela title "1/4 Mill"



  • 2009: Hate to Love Me the Album (released under stage name "Blac Boi")


  • 2011: Tell me why ft. Stevie Hoang"
  • 2016: 1/4 Mill


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