Despite missing out last week’s “Dreamer Fridayz” entry, Daley is back on track this week. This time around he shows love to fellow Jamaican Rapper Chase Soundz on his upcoming “Yaadman Hiatus EP“, and together they cause a “Problem“! The track was produced by Thundaa, and features both Artists, who happen to be fans of each other’s work, in a sparring match of lyrics and flows. Daley is still working on his “Frustrated Dreamer” project which is expected to see a Summer 2017 release. Do we have a problem? Check out the track below!
2017 seems to be the year where the Mobay sound will grace the Internet again! With Daley recently hinting at an upcoming project in our latest Interview, to Slim I.D. and MoulaUE prepping new music, the High Tunez Gang joins in the fun! With Singer Rosh delivering amazing notes, Daley, Chance, & Kyng team up for the sensual, “Appreciation“! Featuring a mix of Hip Hop, R&B, and Spoken Word, this is the song you can dedicate to the one you call “Mi Amor“! Dope Artwork provided by AxizaMedia! Valentine’s Day may have been long gone, but the loving is all year! What are you waiting for? Get that “So Amazing” loving popping by playing the track below. Share your thoughts in the comments section.
We have featured his work, recently reviewed his “Savage” EP and now it’s time to personally introduce you to the Hip Hop enthusiast that goes by the name, Daley. Some of you may have recently known him as Tazz or even Dalai of the “High Tunez Gang” and “KMT“, but he is the one same original Montego Bay native now making a name for himself in South Florida. Now on the verge of releasing a followup to his 2016 project, let’s kick things into a higher gear with our first Interview with an Artist living completely outside the Jamaican space!
13thStreetPromotions: For starters, tell us a little about yourself. A grand introduction is always necessary to get our viewers super-hyped.
13thSP: You’ve been on the music scene for quite a while as you’ve started out with a group called the “High Tunez Gang”, is that correct? Tell us a bit more about how you got your start on the scene.