Jovan Dais – Sex Sells

Jovan Dais Gives 14 Reasons Why “Sex Sells.” The up and coming R&B singer Collaborates with Super Producers Don Cannon and Hollywood Hot Sauce to release the new mixtape.

After the release of three successful mixtapes and an EP, Atlanta transplant Jovan Dais will “circle back” and collaborate with DJ Don Cannon to release Hollywood Gang Presents Jovan Dais: Sex Sells Hosted by Don Cannon. Co-hosted by V-103’s DJ Kash and production by Hollywood Hot Sauce, the 14-track R&B mixtape will set the tone for Dais’ new sound that will feature more upbeat tracks with a hip hop edge.

Anticipated to be Dais highest caliber of work to date, Sex Sells host a mixture of sultry-artistic tracks mixed with hip hop vibes. Guest appearances include Verse Simmonds on the single “Honor Roll,” 50 Cent, Q DAKid, Chubbie Baby, and Willie the Kid.

Dais states, “I am extremely excited about collaborating with Don Cannon again…Cannon is not only a talented DJ, but a very successful producer.”

Dais continues, “Each project Cannon and I have worked on has been nothing but great. Cannon and Hot Sauce both understood I wanted an edgier sound for this project. We were able to accomplish that and I am more than positive our fans will love it and want more.”

The alternative R&B singer/songwriter has continued to receive a lot of buzz with his music being described as multi-faceted. Jovan Dais quickly rose to notoriety in 2009 when he partnered with “The Aphilliates” to release Rhythm & Streets. Later that year, Dais was featured on Baby by Me, a chart-topping single with platinum selling rapper/actor 50 Cent. During that same year, Dais also reformed and renamed his production company Dawson Dais with good friend and business partner, super-producer Hollywood Hot Sauce; a top selling producer responsible for hits with Robin Thicke, Limp Bizkit, Chris Brown, 50 Cent, Usher and Jay-Z.


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