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  1. Apr 30,  · Rap/R&B artist Damon Daye has released the music video for "We So Fly," the first single off his upcoming EP, "A Daye is Forever." Combining lyrically crisp, dynamic rap with classic soul sensibilities, Damon Daye is an energetic new voice with the potential to reach audiences across America and around the world.
  2. Hot on the heels of his hit, “All On Me,” the Connecticut born and residing multi-faceted entertainer, Damon Daye, is proud to unleash his latest single, “Move That Body.” Accompanied by a uniquely impressive video, the radio and club friendly anthem is the second single from the impending EP; A Daye is Forever, which will be.
  3. Explore releases from Damon at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Damon at the Discogs Marketplace.
  4. Artist: Damon Daye Track: Stranded Producer: David "MojoBeatz" Stewart Album: A Daye Is Forever EP Introduced to our readership via February promo cut Sides.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Rappy Song (Freaks Remixes) on Discogs. Label: Honest Jon's Records - HJP20 • Format: Vinyl 12 Damon Albarn - Rappy Song (Freaks Remixes) (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(12).
  6. On the first record store day of the year, stores drew customers with exclusives from world-famous artists, such as Billie Eilish’s “Live At Third Man Records” album on blue vinyl and the.
  7. Damon remains as melodic as ever. It is indeed, not Gorillaz, not Blur, it is Damon Albarn. His voice still has that soothing timbre, that makes you relax and just flow with the lyrics. It is a fantastic album, if you like his past works with Gorillaz, and Blur, then you will relish your time listening to this album/5().
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  9. Mar 29,  · Thanks for this research, very amusing and thought-provoking, especially in comparison with the old list! Even with % inflation (but more disposable income around) and record collecting being popular these days, it’s a striking difference: if the old list barely made it in the low $$$$, with the average price of top-5 records at $, just a decade later # is already way above at.

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