Daja Marie Releases Raindrops

Stepping to center stage after years of ghostwriting and inspiring on some of the songs you love most, the multifaceted Daja Marie re-embarks on her musical journey with new release “Raindrops.” Daja Marie’s newest single is an ode to love that hits on all levels of life, not just affairs of the heart.

Daja Marie spent her unofficial hiatus from music to fulfill her duties as Fashion Editor for the Award-winning lifestyle and entertainment publication The Hype Magazine. She’s broadcast and appeared on fashion event red carpets across the country.

Having earned her place in the fashion and beauty industries, Daja Marie returned to her other main passion which is making great music…this time for herself. Her incredible mastery of timbre; her soulful delivery as a songstress; and her wordplay as a rapper have opened quite a few doors in just a short time.

In support of “Raindrops,” and her previous single “Bankrolls Like Monopoly,” Daja Marie is co-headlined the “Go Hard or Go Home” national tour which launched June 26, 2017, in New York, NY. She joined Love and Hip Hop New York’s, Bianca Bonnie and Silkk Da Shocka.

“Raindrops”, now available at all digital retailers and streaming services and is now impacting radio.

As a bonus, The Hype Magazine #MediaStop series will document what it takes to take the world by storm; from the inside out. The touring campaign will include live broadcast segments via the magazine’s digital channel, of Daja Marie and the tour cast as they move about the country.

More about Daja Marie

Daja Marie has been told that she looks like Jasmine Sullivan, raps like Snoop Dogg with a mixture of Gucci Mane and sings like an old soul. Most industry execs say that she can handle a broad range of genres. They just can’t put her in a box. Daja Marie would like to think that her style is bipolar and she has no box.

Growing up in a place like Indiana, one has a lot of opportunities for education, but entertainment industry outlets just aren’t there. So, in 2015 the young lady decided to break her lease and move to Georgia where doors have opened that would still be sealed shut in Indiana. She likes to think that her city is a consumer town full of creatives and at some point, you have to branch out; And, that she did!

Stream “Raindrops” HERE

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