Daley keeps things simple in the music video for his single, "Second to None," the latest offering from his album, Spectrum. In the dimly-lit clip, backed by green neon lights, the UK R&B/Soul singer is seen seated on a stool as he vocally entices viewers by bringing every note of his thought-provoking lyrics to life. Following the August (2018) offering, "Careless," featuring Chiiild, 'Second [More]
Daley continues to support his 2017 album, Spectrum; this time around he releases the new single, "Second to None." Following the August (2018) offering, "Careless," featuring Chiiild, 'Second to None' proves to be another rousing showcase of the artist's glowing vocals and sultry delivery. Spectrum also features the hit single “Until the Pain is Gone” featuring Jill Scott. In addition to the new song, Daley [More]
Although a lyric video, the clip also acts as the official visual with purple tones and Daley drenched in mysterious shadows.
Soul/R&B artist Daley will hit the road this fall for "The Spectrum" U.S. tour. The trek kicks off on October 10th at Rams Head in Annapolis, MD
[EXCLUSIVE] Daley Talks New Single ‘Until The Pain Is Gone’ with Jill Scott, Performing, Hobbies, and More
Many prominent soul singers originated from the UK including the late George Michael, Adele, Amy Winehouse, Ed Sheeran, Lisa Stansfield, and Seal. But now we can add Daley to the list. Daley is a brilliant singer and songwriter who is not a stranger to music. He began his career as a co-writer and collaborator on the Gorillaz hit "Doncamatic." While [More]
Singersroom is giving away two tickets to the upcoming concert at the Apollo Theater to see Leela James and Daley on their "Undeniable Tour."
The visual for the lush ballad is moody and sensual, with Daley entering a diner on a rainy night to sing his troubles away amid neon lights. Jill Scott isn't in the clip, but with her backing vocals (which meshes well Daley's), her presence is definitely felt.
UK crooner Daley returns with the smooth R&B gem, "Until The Pain Goes Away," featuring the soulful songstress Jill Scott.
Self-proclaimed "Jamenglican" (JA/UK/USA) artist Dorsh is making his reappearance on the music scene with a remix of Daley's "Look Up," which was originally produced by Pharrell. Staying true to his style of production, Dorsh's uses an atmospheric, future-soul/dance sound for his rendition of "Look Up,” which is still smooth in delivery. Growing up, one of Dorsh's all-time favorite songs was Marvin [More]
Accompanied by a black grand piano beside him, the British singer attempts to perform a live session of Siaâs song âChandelier."