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One to watch: Daye Jack

One to watch: Daye Jack

By: Matthew Wyatt

The Nigerian-born, Atlanta-raised LA transplant has been on the rise since he emerged on the web with ‘Hello World,’ his ethereal first release as an 18-year old attending NYU.

Blending buttery choruses with a weighty rap style, it still stands up with the best of his tracks. The 21-year-old already has a rich back catalogue, and has even collaborated with the likes of Killer Mike, one half of rap supergroup Run The Jewels. His style proves hard to pin down, as he transitions from high impulse electronic beats to smooth jazzy grooves; compare Casino and Still Barking to experience his versatility. Jack's debut LP No Data dropped at the end of March.