Vietnam also known as DJ Vietnam or V Dot Nam, Hip Hop's Newest Mogel was born in Detroit, MI. on November 19, 1986. Before Graduating high school in 2005, V enlisted into the U.S. Army later deployed 7 days after walking the stage. He started writing and putting lyrics in structures at the age of 11 years old. Vietnam really got serious with music during his freshman year of High School by being involved with church choirs to winning state championships with multiple school choirs. V got his name from the neighborhood he was born and raised until the age of 7 called "Little Vietnam", the most dangerous section in the city. The definition of V Dot Nam is split up in two parts: (Cycle 1: Vietnam, Detroit, Ohio, Texas, Nine11, Akron & Michigan) , (Cycle 2: Verbally Demonstrating Opposing Tatics N Ambitious Music). “You can't wait for change, you gotta make it yourself if you're trying to succeed in life.” – Namaveli
As of now, V is currently the President of Marketing for the Worldwide Hip Hop Hall of Fame Wax Museum (WWHHHFWM) and He serves as a Graphic/ Web Designer providing services like websites, advertisements, promotional resources, customized press passes, apparel and more. Besides DJing for Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes, V also handles the DJ Society of the WWHHHFWM while promoting independent and major artists on various mixtapes. With more than 22 albums under his belt, V has realized that it is more inportant to put artists in the game instead of being a performer. Vietnam has done work with artists from all over the world such as Germany, Egypt, Puerto Rico and the United States while promoting artist from Michigan, Memphis, New York, Florida, California, Texas, Ohio, Georgia and all the rest of 50 states. For promotion, he uses social marketing techniques and resources that allows him to reach out to members of Social Networks (i.e. Facebook, Myspace, Twitter, etc. ), Email Blast and many more. From designing graphics to setting up products in stores, V Dot is the prime example of a "Jack of All Trades" in simple terms a "Renaissance Man".