Daytona Rose who hails from Dublin, Ireland but resides in NYC has just announced her brand new single ‘Done Up’.
‘A catchy pop anthem for girls. It’s that feel good song you play after a break up, all about girl power’
From a young age it was evident that she loved to sing, from performing at a wedding at the age of 4 when she was flower-girl to performing solo a few years later at the the Late Late Toy Show with the National Choir.
A trained classical pianist completing all of her grades through the Royal Irish Academy of music, Daytona went on to attend the infamous Rock College in Ballyfermot, Dublin. There she learned to write songs and hone her performance craft.
Unsurprisingly, she was then chosen to do an exchange program in The Pop Academy, Hammelburg, Germany. Which set the precipice for an International music journey which would see her travel all over the world developing her music including Dubai, LA, London and where she currently resides – New York City.
For many aspiring artists alike, New York is the place to be, and it was in New York where she started recording and collaborating with some big writers such as Kevin Mc Call who is behind Chris Brown -Deuces / Stripped, Lil Eddie who has worked with Kylie Minogue and Autumn Rowe who is a vocal coach on the USA X Factor & Americas Got Talent.
Daytona was keen to share her recent Instant Grat track last December, to her followers! It is called ‘Don’t Say Too Much’ and touches on the pop sensibilities of most of her musical peers such as Rita Ora, Jess Glyne, Little Mix, Anne Marie and Bebe Rexha and can be streamed here:
‘Done Up’ follows the instant grat and is released in Feb 22nd. In Spring 2019 Daytona will release her debut EP.
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