- Dada (disambiguation)
Dada, or Dadaism, was a cultural movement. "Dada" may also refer to:
- Dance and Drama Awards, commonly abbreviated as DaDA, government funding for professional performing arts education in the United Kingdom
- Dádá, the original Chinese title for Zhang Yuan's film Dada's Dance
- Dada (Ultra Monster), an extraterrestrial creature from the Ultraman television series
- Cabaret Dada, an improvisational theatre in Cleveland, Ohio
- Dada, Rock/Jazz fusion band fronted by Elkie Brooks and Paul Korda, eponymous album released 1970.
- DADA, a 1980 band formed by P-MODEL members Mutsuhiko Izumi and Kenji Konishi.
- Dada (band), a three piece rock band
- DaDa, a 1983 album by Alice Cooper
- "Dada" (song), a 2011 single by Japanese rock band Radwimps
- Dada, an alias of UK musician and DJ Matt Schwartz
- DaDa, a new album by polish band Blue Café, released April 1, 2011
- Big Dada, a London-based hip hop record label
- Damani Dada, a hip-hop clothing company
- "Da Da Da", a 1981 song by the German band Trio
- Dada (or Dada-ji, when intended with more respect), means elder brother in several Indian languages and means grandfather in hindi. While 'dada' is used in everyday life by people to address grandfather or elder brother, it also have been popularly associated with:
- Idi Amin, a former president of Uganda
- Charles Edwards (Rastafarian) known to his Bobo Shanti followers as
- "Dada" is one of Lady Gaga's assistants in Gaga's company "Haus of Gaga"
- Dada is also referred to by Hindus as warrior who died as martyr in battlefield to save the clan and in whose memory Hero stones ares erected and worshiped over the centuries.
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