Danielle D.I

Danielle D.I

Most Popular Songs 

    Common-Cocky

    Rebel

    Hear The Pree

    Mr. Butcher

Bookings and Current Status

Birth Name Danielle Isaacs
Born Kingston, Jamaica
Genres Dancehall, Reggae
Occupations Deejay
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Years active  2005 – Present
Labels

Danielle D.I Biography

The REBEL Princess of Dancehall… Friends describe me as effervescent and ’feisty’; I see myself as humble and warm. My zest for life stimulates the music I present to the world. Being free spirited I believe in being happy, despite the situation!

Danielle like the soothing tropical climate of the island on which she was born, radiates contagious warmth. Her petite frame, intense eyes and childish grin adds to her appeal. Friends describe her as effervescent and ’feisty’, though humble and warm. She admits that her zest for life has stimulated the music she presents to the world. Being free spirited she believes in being happy, despite the situation.

She has developed the talent necessary to provide the success she is destined for on a global scale. Born and raised a stone’s throw away from the home of the legendary Bob Marley, she is determined to follow in his footsteps as an ambassador for her homeland.

Her relationship with music dates back to high School. She hungrily gobbled up the popular music at that time, listening to the racy rants of Patra, Lady Saw, and the boastful lyrical bites of Beenie Man among other leading acts. The sounds of Hip Hop, and R&B were equally close to her heart, through Rappers Lil Kim, Jay-Z, Foxy Brown as well as Usher. These performers still lead her listening roster to date.

She developed song writing skills as an adolescent, while studying in the US. Her yearn for reggae music led to a career change from Nursing. A return to her island home trailed as she began the quest of a recording artiste.

Upon her return, she made her way around Kingston’s finest studios, and sought the opinions of leading Jamaican producers. They gave her high marks on her potential. She proceeded with the launch of her first release, “Turn him on” which she co-produced. The saucy track featured prolific song writer and dancehall sensation, Ce’Cile. The accompanying music video swiftly garnered high rotation on local / Caribbean TV stations. Danielle was now established as the hot newcomer to the dancehall reggae scene.

Her charm, passion and drive soon landed her a track with
Gramps Morgan of the group Morgan Heritage in addition to dancehall icon, Beenie Man. It was a great achievement to collaborate with Beenie, an inspiration for so many years. The result was the birth of the upbeat song, “Brown girl in the ring”, which brought along a nickname and increased popularity.Her demand grew and soon Birchill records sought her, to produce “Downtown man”. This release dismissed all qualms suggesting an amateur status. She officially moved up the ranks, performing on major festivals such as: Reggae Sumfest and Sunsplash as well as Sting.

Her next big hit came through producer, DJ Karim with “Beat it”. This track authenticated her as a force to be reckoned with. The infectious track brought Danielle great demand outside of her country with shows in Chicago, New York, Trinidad and London among other destinations. Infamous dancehall superstar, Vybz Kartel fell for the monster hit, “Beat it”. He offered a remix and pursued to make it a reality. When Danielle heard the lyrics Kartel laid, she was immensely impressed with his wit and genius. She later allied with renowned, Truck back records to acquire the incredibly successful and controversial recording, “Man weh mi nuh want”.

Today Danielle has her sights set at escalating to international stardom. She pulled herself away from the scene to record a series of tracks with music legends Sly and Robbie. With the objective of completing her debut album, she has been concentrating on solid productions for a worldwide audience.

To attain her goal she has subjected herself to intense vocal training and has partnered with a robust support team, Connect PR. Under their direction she has initiated her journey with her hot new single, “Jamaican Girl” produced by Uptown ambassador, Stephen “Supa-Hype” Davis. Already, the patriotic tune is receiving much attention from the Jamaican Diaspora stretching from neighbouring Caribbean islands to as far as Europe, The Americas and Canada. A video for the up-tempo anthem is now under construction, for an early September unveiling.

To follow up, the reincarnated, more mature and focused performer has a slew of singles awaiting release. Watch out for Danielle, in her pursuit as universal sensation.

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