Dame Daniels released his single titled “Bounce Back” and this song was a hard-hitter. “Bounce Back” had the energy right and was able to get you hyped. Each arrangement in the song was meant for the clubs. “Bounce Back” is the type of record that you can play at a local function or party and watch the energy in the room light up. What was super dope about “Bounce Back” was how it had this real raw west coast vibe to the production of the beat. Everything about “Bounce Back” was Cali to its fullest extent. Dame Daniels got his start as an entertainer performing around various clubs in Atlanta, this may be the reason why he has a good ear for what music will generate buzz well with the youth & people longing for a turn-up!
“Bounce Back” was a banging song that had a delivery that hits you like a wrecking ball. Dame Daniels moves you into different dimensions of the song with each transition being more slapping than the previous. Dame Daniels has an old-school flair and style to his rap flow which makes him even more of a stand-out artist in comparison to other rappers that’s out right now.
You can check out “Bounce Back” by Dame Daniels here!
Welcome to BuzzMusic Dame Daniels! Through all the ups and downs of your career so far what has been the biggest lesson you’ve learned?
The biggest lesson I’ve ever had was learning to Separate Personal and business. Not everyone in the business is you’re friend/Homie. My Biggest Flaw at First was trying to work with everyone, but throughout the Years, I’ve learned to keep my circle small with people I can trust.
Your song “Bounce Back” had a West Coast vibe to it! In what ways were you influenced by your upbringing and background?
Well, I was born in Northern California (Salinas, Ca) so there is a LOT of influence there. San Jose was about 45 miles away so we Did get exposed to Bay Area Music very early on, 2Pac, Darkroom Familia, Mac Dre, San Quinn, Messy Marv. I also grew up around a time where Gang Violence in Monterey County was at an All-time high and I just Incorporated it into my music.
What was your personal favorite element to “Bounce Back” you feel the listeners will love?
The Versatility mostly throughout the Record. The lyrics at the beginning of my career I’d always be known to Rap on Down South/Trap Beats. I had a Song on my ATLANTAFORNIA Project called “Hustle”, Which was a Westcoast Style vibe, which did get a massive amount to praise.
What was the most challenging aspect of creating “Bounce Back”?
I did the Record in 35 mins, I guess the most challenging thing was if the Fans would like it. When I talk normal, I have a southern accent, I guess people are used to the Typical “Atlanta Sound”
What can we expect to hear next from you, Dame Daniels?
I have a Couple of projects, My next project is Called “Galindo” which I will Probably make into an independent Album. I also am working with Northern California Artist Looney Luckz and locking in the Show Dates as we speak for 2020.