Daye Jack Drops Digital-Life Opus ‘Surf The Web’

Daye Jack Drops Digital-Life Opus ‘Surf The Web’


Atlanta by way of Nigeria artist Daye Jack bursts to the forefront with his new EP Surf The Web. The project, which boasts production from Mike ElizondoKlas Ahlund, and Stefan Graslund, among others, is a polished, concise trip through the mind of a 20-year old kid who grew up in the Internet Age. With the only feature coming from Dev09Surf The Web is an opportunity for Daye to draw from his experiences going to NYU for Computer Science to traveling to Los Angeles to write under super producer Max Martin to showcase his maturity as an artist and knack for catchy songwriting.

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