Toronto-based songstress Staasia Daniels drops a new groove called "Everywhere," a soulfully-dreamy, sweet lullaby that embraces caressing, love, and affection. Produced by Xpress aka DJXP, Daniels sings on the first verse, "Where did you go, don’t you need my love, baby / I know you feel me thinking about you / I know you know the deal / Mutual feeling’s real / Come get [Read More]
In her newest video "Voicemail," Staasia Daniels is empowering women (and men) to leave voicemails and their toxic relationships for a brighter future. The song is a track from her latest EP Mood Roulette (which dropped back in January), and the Jeffery Sarkodie-directed video features Daniels hitting up tennis courts and convenience stores as she inspires others to drop their dead weights. The new visual follows Staasia's dancehall-infused [Read More]
Indie R&B artist Staasia Daniels premieres her latest body of work, Mood Roulette, a 7-song EP juxtaposed with a multitude of feelings, love, lust, heartbreak, anger, and self-worth. The set is herald by the lush and soulful effort "Nowhere," produced by frequent collaborator Xpress aka DJXP, 5PiECE, and SLWJMZ, and and the seductive slow jam, "Peanut Butter." With additional productions from MXS Beats, Chaz, and Trappie [Read More]
Indie R&B artist Staasia Daniels taps into the golden era of R&B (90s) for her new single, "Nowhere," the first release off her much-anticipated EP, Mood Roulette. On the offering, produced by frequent collaborator Xpress aka DJXP, 5PiECE, and SLWJMZ, Staasia delivers lush and soulful vocals about being in the moment. Staasia's 'Mood Roulette' EP scheduled for release in January 2018. It follows [Read More]
The singer/songwriter drops off the new 3-song trilogy EP, 1+2, an appetizer as she finalizes her main course entitled "Mood Roulette (EP)."
Some cycles are vicious: people don't act right, you cut them off, and only then do they try to fix it only to return to their old behaviors; Daniels addresses this frustrating cycle on the song.
Collaborating with the direction of Morgan Ross, Staasia Daniels delivers enticing Old Hollywood with sepia-filled gloom for the visual.
Staasia Daniels does a modern interpolations of Aaliyah's "I Don't Wanna" and New Edition's "Can You Stand The Rain" on her latest offering "Goatee." Très dope!
On the oozy slow jam produced by MXS Beats, Staasia preps for a seductive night, projecting her lusty feelings towards her lover comparing him to the sticky, messy spread...
Staasia Daniels is formally inviting you to a sensual play-date with "Hanky Panky," produced by 5PiECE and SLWJMZ.