As much as Lady Daisey travels the globe. shes learned to keep life simple and travel light. The most important things are weightless - love. life. music. inspiration. peace - all of which she keeps in her pocket (when shes not wearing it on her sleeve). Sharing her unique vision with an even more unique voice. Lady Daiseys solo debut is filled with her sense of adventure. passionately singing about her experience as a woman. a traveler. a survivor. an optimist. a dreamerà all over hip-hop infused soul music.
As much as Lady Daisey travels the globe, she’s learned to keep life simple and travel light. The most important things are weightless - love, life, music, inspiration, peace - all of which she keeps in her pocket (when she’s not wearing it on her sleeve). Sharing her unique vision with an even more unique voice, Lady Daisey’s solo debut is filled with her sense of adventure, passionately singing about her experience as a woman, a traveler, a survivor, an optimist, a dreamer… all over hip-hop infused soul music. After meeting the love of her life on stage (Batsauce - husband/producer) it seemed only natural to pack their bags and hit the road. With a studio that fits in a backpack, they have written, recorded and performed together while bouncing around the States, Europe, and Asia. Lady Daisey has rocked venues around the globe - from small smokey clubs to massive hip hop festivals - her message is one of love and inspiration, soulfully presented over head noddin’ Batsauce beats. Singing since she was 5, Lady Daisey has developed a playful powerhouse style that’s sure to grab the attention and steal the hearts of everyone within ear’s reach. It’s like sunshine for your soul… Daisey was born in Brooklyn, NY, and grew up on the road, touring the U.S. with her parent’s band. She started singing with them as soon as she could hold the mic, putting her own twist on Top 40 cover artists, such as Michael Jackson, Sister Sledge, Cindy Lauper and Prince. The seed was planted… she was meant to be on stage. Daisey worked the North Florida music scene singing in groups, ranging from wildly Zappa’esque to robot-themed ’80s cover bands, all the while, developing a natural and confident stage presence. In search of her inner voice, she eventually picked up the guitar and started writing and performing her own acoustic soul originals at open mic jams. It was at one of these jams where she met beatmaker/producer Batsauce.
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