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.