So inspiring! An eclectic mix of Lovers Rock and Soulish Reggae rendition, delivered in some velvet-toned voice of intuitive seduction...” - Rankil Koh

International songwriter Danieal's conscious works and undeniable vocal prowess, have resulted in collaborations with artists, sound systems and organisations that span across genre's.

She has toured extensively internationally as well as the UK; High Foundation, Boom Bap, Symmetry Festival, Rawfest, Vegfest, Green Gathering, the NIA, The Institute, ITV studios, Lichfield Cathedral, sharing stages with inspirational musicians such as Michael Prophet, Abyssinians, Black Uhuru, Skara Mucci & Earl 16.

Her first mixtape "Damsel In Distress?" reflected her eclectic taste in music by range of styles combining Reggae, Hip Hop, Lovers Rock, R'n'B, Rock and Acoustic. After the success of a nationwide tour she chose Reggae to be at the the focus of her musical creativity for her EP "Letting Go"; collaborating with Delamix, Soulove, Dennis Bovell and Naturesway Entertainment. This lead to winning various competitions including a performance spotlight at New Skool Rules in Holland, being featured on riddims alongside Busy Signal, Wayne Wonder and Jah Mason, as well as Summers full of festivals and private garden party bookings.

Promoters have harnessed her natural charisma by booking her not only as a artist in her own right but also a tribute act and main stage festival host. Producing online weekly shows ' Reggae Uprising' and 'Reggae Uprising Selecta' in which she would not only re-imagine the works of her peers to Reggae riddims, she also translated these works in multiple languages.

Fans enjoyed her interactions between songs at her shows so much, many suggested that she should create her own talk show. This inspired her to become founder and presenter of her popular multi-faceted Pan-African show 'Reggae Uprising Podcast' at the start of 2020. Danieal also served as a counter balance to 2020's lockdowns with another online production; 'High Vibes Friday', paying Tribute to Reggae legends.

Patience is a virtue, everyone has their time to shine, in the darkest of times stars shine that much brighter, its time to look out for Danieal. 

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