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Los Angeles, California, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2020

Los Angeles, California, United States
Established on Jan, 2020
Solo Hip Hop Latin




"Meet Dayway in Inglewood"

Today we’d like to introduce you to Dayway.

Dayway, can you briefly walk us through your story – how you started and how you got to where you are today.
I recorded a freestyle video and posted it on twitter. The video went viral with a lot of love and a lot of hate. Then a few people had messaged me asking me to perform the song at there upcoming parties. So I figured I needed to go record it. I used to free studio sessions at CSUN and engineered and mixed the song myself and dropped it a couple of days later. Then I started to get tons of messages of people asking to pay me to perform at different events and house parties. Then at that moment, I knew I could be something special. Fast forward through the month of me working hard and consistent, I’ve done shows with 1takejay, OhGessy from shoreline mafia, Roddy Ricch, Blueface Bleedem, and French Montana. Then I dropped a song that I didn’t know was going to upgrade my whole career from where it was at then til now. I did a high school all around the Los Angeles Area, The Valley, And Antelope Valley Areas with my song “bands” and the song brought me so much attention that the first record label to take interest in me was Atlantic Records. With me working with them it brought me the connections I would need to upgrade my music career to the industry such as studios, engineers, producers and even artists such as Ty Dolla Sign and Madeintyo. Now I’m pushing my next single “Get To The Bag” to start off 2020.

Overall, has it been relatively smooth? If not, what were some of the struggles along the way?
Me attending CSUN made it hard to manage my time when I had to constantly write essays and stay on top of due dates all while having to go to school then right after go to work and still having to manage transportation to go to the studio. Some of the struggles along the way that played a big factor was money. I had to work a job at the mall that give me from 9-12 hours a week and then getting a check every two weeks. So a lot of the money I would make I would always invest it into my music because I knew where I would be able to go with it. I didn’t drive at that time so that was a big issue because I had to use uber everywhere I go. I would have to uber to go to work and then uber to the studio in Inglewood not only I had to pay for the session also, but then uber back to CSUN. Now fast-forwarding to where I’m at now the only struggle now is just trying to figure out the next move that will be successful and benefit my career and get the music out to the world.

We’d love to hear more about your work and what you are currently focused on. What else should we know?
As Dayway I’m a recording artist. I specialize in being the vocals behind any song you hear from me, but I also a songwriter for different artists. Ill well known for my record “Bands” produced by Zavier. I’m Most proud of myself with all the struggles I went through in my life and being where I’m at now. But I’m still nowhere where I need to be. What sets me apart from everybody else is I am not the typical artist I will think outside the box and do a lot of crazy things to help me get to where I need to be at. I’m more hardworking and self-driven than a lot of the artist that’s considered “up”. My music is at a different level than a lot of the artists that I know.

If you had to go back in time and start over, would you have done anything differently?
If I would have to start over, I would learn how to produce beats first. Next, I would invest in an in-home studio so I can be able to record anytime I would need to. Then I would make a catchy song and promote that one song to all the kids in California at first because that’s what really can take you off because there the main ones whos gonna consistently stream your music, spread your music to all their friends, buy your merch, tickets, and etc. - Voyage LA Magazine

"Dayway - "Bands" (Music Video) by dejon paul"

Dayway, (the newest addition to ADLA's management roster), has released his new visual for "Bands". The Visionary Entertainment directed video seeps luxury as Dayway performs the Xaiver produced banger throughout LA, mostly in front of a Maserati and lush palm trees, before taking his female sneaker shopping. Watch below! - A Day In LA Magazine


Dayway in this bitch!

Inglewood’s Dayway drops a new single called “Bands,” featuring production by Zavier. Dancing with a glock in his pants. Dayway brings the creative wordplay that allows the song to live up to expectations and then some.

If you’re familiar with Dayway’s music, you’ll hear the noticeable improvement on this one compared to his previous output. Being from Inglewood, it’s only right that prominent figures such as Rucci and Sean Mackk inspired Dayway to put on for his city, and he’s on his way to doing just that.

Dayway has been performing at small local venues as well as the Novo, as he looks to build his status in the city. Check in below: - See LA Prosper Magazine

"Rapper “Dayway” brings live rap performance to SPHS Coachella Day"

SPHS hosted local rapper Day Wil, better known by his stage name “Dayway,” for a live rap performance Friday, May 24. Dayway performed alongside guest artist “TreCinco” on the Tiger Patio, inviting students to dance in the spirit of Coachella Day.

The spirit day was organized by Commissioner of Activities senior Abbie Lukavsky, who coordinated with SPHS administration to host the first ever hip-hop performance featuring an artist outside of the student body. Wil, who is currently a 19-year-old Inglewood based artist, was contacted by Lukavsky and ASB after discovering his platform on Soundcloud and social media. Wil complied with a set of guidelines set by the SPHS administration, forcing him to censor explicit lyrics and to wear a shirt during his performance.

Dayway and TreCinco performed a set of their own songs, including “Bands” and “How You Feelin.” Students were invited onto the Tiger Patio to dance alongside the artists, starting a boys versus girls dance off.

“This was my last spirit day as Commissioner of Activities, so I wanted to go out with a bang,” Lukavsky said. “I promised a mini Coachella in my junior class president speech, and I was glad to see that Dayway’s performance brought a lot of energy to the school.”

An in-depth interview with the rising nineteen-year-old rapper will be available on the Tiger Newspaper page in the coming days. - Tiger News Paper

"Dayway - "Bands" (Remix) ft Joe Moses by dejon paul"

Dayway taps in with the remix to his smash single, "Bands". The Joe Moses assisted track comes a few months after Dayway's palm tree clad music video. "I can't write about no Richard Millie. I rap nothing but killings and my niggas feel me." raps the LA rap vet during the second verse. Listen below! - A Day In LA Magazine


Inception (2020)

Bands Ft. Joe Moses [Remix] (2020)

Get To The Bag [Single] (2020)

Bands [Single] (2019)



Growing up in Inglewood with a distinct West Coast Flow and an East Coast flair, rapper Dayway grows his name and fan base with music that can touch ears from both regions. Up and coming with a full career ahead of him, he gets his name in the industry from his breakout single "Bands" that was released in 2019 produced by Zavier.

Influenced by artist such as: Drake, Young Thug, YG, and Roddy Ricch, Dayway began recording in Purple Reign Studios at the beginning of the year in 2019. He released "Bands" in April and was consistently pushing it throughout the year to get it to become an LA hit, racking up thousands of streams and followers. In resulting him to getting co-signs from artist such as: TyDolla$ign and Madeintyo, and getting offered deals from multiple record labels.

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