With just weeks to the release to his highly anticipated FLAWD album, Brooklyn R&B artist Adrian Daniel is gaining ground with his recent offering from the project, Deadly Attraction. The track, which caught support from Clash, i-D, Hunger, Global Grind, and more, has been hailed as A statically addictive production with pop and alt-R&B elements, which finds Daniel stretching and bending his falsetto in melodic ecstasy [ThisIsRnB]. Adrian has expanded upon that with his remix for Deadly Attraction, featuring a guest verse from Bed Stuy Mogul Club rapper History.
When you think of modern R&B music its rare you find artists whose roots run deep in Brooklyn. The most populated and diverse borough in the bustling city of New York usually brings hip-hop and indie rock to mind; but singer/songwriter/producer and native Brooklynite Adrian Daniel is reminding people of the rich history of soul, funk, and rhythm and blues that came out of his neighborhood. Starting his career at a young age as a dancer, gracing stages like the Apollo Theater and the Brooklyn Academy, Adrian turned his focus to music and dropped his first project in 2012. His signature Alternative R&B sound has been making waves since, poising him as a true contender in the music landscape. His sound has been said to be one of the reasons R&B is exciting again, pushing the genre into new territory.”
Adrian’s work is fortifying the resurgence of Pop R&B and Hip-Hop. He entrances listeners with his old-school flair, lyrical storytelling and signature genre-blending style.
With a reputation for groundbreaking music, wildly entertaining live shows, and a highly anticipated new album to come, Adrian Daniel shows no signs of slowing down.
FLAWD Tour Dates:
Feb 22 — Hoxtons — London, UK
Feb 24 — 1999 Club — Paris, FR
Mar 7 — World Café Live — Philadelphia, PA
Mar 8 — Songbyrd — Washington DC
Mar 10 — Rough Trade — Brooklyn, NY
Mar 12 — Middle East — Boston , MA
Mar 13–18 — SXSW (official showcases TBA)
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Rishma Dhaliwal has extensive experience studying and working in the music and media industry. Having written a thesis on how Hip Hop acts as a social movement, she has spent years researching and connecting with artists who use the art form as a tool for bringing a voice to the voiceless. Currently working in TV, Rishma brings her PR and media knowledge to I am Hip Hop and other projects by No Bounds.