It’s friday, and that means another episode in Florida/Montego Bay based Rapper Daley’s #DreamerFridayz! While he gave us a cut off his upcoming “Frustrated Dreamer” Album last week, today he flexes a lil on Kendrick Lamar’s “Humble” Instrumental. Never backing down from a challenge, Daley lets Rappers from Kingston, to Montego Bay, to the US know that he’s a contender and he wants to win everything! If you can’t go toe to toe with him, be “Humble” and respect the yute! “Frustrated Dreamer” is on the way, but check out the freestyle below!
Florida/Montego Bay based Rapper Daley is currently working on a follow up to his 2016 project, “Savage“! While he has made appearances since his last release, and has kept busy co-hosting his “Vent Open Mic” series Daley felt it was time to get the ball rolling on another project titled, “Frustrated Dreamer“. To prepare listeners this time around, Daley has decided to start the “Dreamer Fridayz (or #DreamerFridayz)” series complete with freestyles and album cuts weekly.
On week 1, Daley revealed the Kokabzd designed album cover, and has released a single off the album titled, “Delirium“. Featuring a smooth sample based Production from Bobby Williams, Daley urges listeners to “Open up your mind more“. Showcasing a couple different flows, Daley takes listeners into his world as he chases his dreams, makes observations in the game, and shows that the words he pens in his notebook are “For the culture“. Sometimes conscious, sometimes savage, the Rapper promises to be even more aggressive on his next project and future “Dreamer Fridayz” offerings will shock you. “Frustrated Dreamer” sees a Summer 2017 release. 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.
It’s taken me a little while to get around to checking this project out but i’m finally hip. First Coast Jamaica describes aficionados like myself who are obsessed with paving the way for an underground movement which clamors for a mainstream boost.
Words By: @Sef_Jo
The seamless Introduction to the project features the alluring vocal essence of Rosh. “One time for your mind..” is the message invoking a mindful meditation wherein listeners are asked to sit back listen and enjoy for the next 28mins~ Success, wealth and health for all.
- CITY SAVAGE
Clever metaphors and punchlines; sonics are on point too as we jump right in. Get used to the sound of Daley as his entire flow is switched up. At this point, I’ve made up my mind to refrain myself from too much comparisons. As we know, Mobay is the city Daley reps; I want to assume, however, that living in Pembroke Pines has had some influence on the Rapper’s creative experience. MoulaUE’s booming rhymes and OneLoveTheo final verse reminds us that we have got to keep it savage. This is the ultimate rule and trap culture is reiterated.
As an audiophile, I always love when Artists choose singles that will get me hype. This is what made me interested in giving the project a listen. From the Instrumental to the energy presented here, I’m hardly regretting my decision to compare Daley to some one else. The mystery box that is First Coast Jamaica is that just as it in every other corner of the world, you never know what you will find. Ignite allows me to experience the full versatility of Daley, solely. Don’t care how you feel about it, this joint slaps.
After hitting listeners with a few singles and Freestyles, Montego Bay/Florida based Rapper Tazz delivers his “Savage” EP! Featuring 8 tracks, Tazz gives listeners a look into his world, and his trials and tribulations as he aims to be one of the greats from the Island of Jamaica. While many are unfamiliar with the Mobay Hip Hop Movement, may this project (and others from MoulaUE, Dreggae, and Slim I.D.) offer a glimpse into the booming scene. With features from MoulaUE, Kans, OneLoveTheo, Rosh, Kingsley, and Production from Run C.T., Omito Beats, Taylor King, Stimp C, J!ngo, RockstarEnt, and Dopant Beats, prepare for an awesome listening experience and witness the rise of Jamaica’s Hip Hop Movement. Artwork by Kokab. Check out the project below, and share your thoughts in the comments section.