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Los Angeles, California, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2013 | INDIE

Los Angeles, California, United States | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2013
Band R&B Hip Hop


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"Day'nah Live at Xen Lounge"

I was blessed to see Day’nah performed at her launch party. She performed all her songs on her mix-tape and I was blown away. Day’nah’s mix-tape is free to download on Soundcloud.

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Mix-Tape Review

01 – Can’t Knock The Hustle: This is a great song; it describes Day’nah’s passion in her hustle in the music industry. It’s a great day starter. The R&B feel to the song makes you feel like anything is possible.

02 – Ain’t No Ni**a: This is a modern update to Jay-Z’s version with Foxy Brown, which is derived from the song, “Ain’t No Woman Like the One That I Got” by the Four Tops. This song makes you want to jam with your boo.

03 – 22 Twos: This a D.C. version of “22 Twos” with a little influence of A Tribe Called Quest “Can I Kick It”. She literally says a mouthful, spitting 22 “too’s”. Go ahead, I dare you to keep up and count them.

04 – Dead Presidents: I instantly loved this song when she performed it, the audience was at a high energy.I really enjoy the jazzy touch to the song and the ending twist is pretty cool. This song sheds light on corrupt government, and greediness. Day’nah uses the idea of “these dead presidents don’t look like me” to show a inequality.

05 – Can I Live: This is a positive song for the people that are in the industry that are in it for the art and not the fame. She shows her strength through this tough industry. Reflecting on past experiences and present ones alike, she delivers resonating lyrics such as “Everyone’s the biggest star in the room”.

06 – D’evils: This song is deep; she shares her scars with us. A victim of domestic violence she shares her experiences with a person in her life that mistreated her. This is great song to help those who are going through the same situation. The raging rock infused track coupled with her yelling “Dear God, I wonder can you save me!” paints a portrait of the pain she was in.

07 – Feeling It: I love this song when she performed it, in fact, you could say, I was “Feeling It”. I was born in 1990, so I was to young to really enjoy Hip-Hop in that era. She brings that era to life with this song. Lines from classic Hip-Hop joints serve to make you feel how Hip-Hop always should. Just her style on the song alone was nostalgic enough.

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