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Dareysteel

Dareysteel
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Dareysteel in 2011
Background information
Solomon Paul
Born Jesse, Delta State, Nigeria
Genres Hip hop
Rapper
Instruments Vocals
Labels Little Seconds Entertainment Spain

Dareysteel (born Solomon Paul), also known as Golongolo Master, is a Spanish hip-hop music artist, rapper, singer-songwriter, recording artist, and performer.[1]

Early life

He was born in Jesse, Delta State of Nigeria and lived in Anambra State before moving to Seville Spain later becoming a Spanish national. He started out with music at age 12, but has made a living being a musician and a producer in Spain since 1998.[2]

Music career and success

Dareysteel released his first debut single on promotional Mixtapes selections in Madrid in 2003, but has gotten most attention for his single "Boom Boom", released in January 2014 in the US and several European countries, and appearing in several charts.[3] Dareysteel came into limelight following the release of his singles "Boom Boom", "Shake ya Booty", "Celebration", "Golongolo", and "Fly Higher", which received significant airplay.[2] The "Celebration" song video was featured on Top40-Charts.[4] Dareysteel has been described by Vanguard as "one of the world's most relevant singers".[5] Upon releasing the single "Celebration" from the album Unstoppable, he announced that he will donate 50% of the income from his album sales to various charity organizations "in support of the homeless people and motherless babies".[6]

In the first week of April 2015, Dareysteel released a new single, "Pump it Up", along with "Get Down on the Floor", "Hold On", "How Come", and "Murder",[7] in which he talks against violence, war, and crime in Africa and the rest of the world. Dareysteel album singles were featured on Charts in France Pure Charts the first week of the album release.[8][9]

In 2016, Dareysteel released the albums Unbreakable (March 2016) and Man of the Year (May 2016); both albums and songs were featured on Charts in France Pure Charts.[8] Dareysteel equally sees music as a powerful tool that can be used to fight injustice and bring about positive change to society.[10]

In the second week of July 2018, Dareysteel released a new Album , "Untouchable", [11]

Discography

Studio albums

Singles

Title Year Album Label
"Changes" 2003 Dangerous Dj Megamax Promotional Mixtapes
"Sexy Girl" 2003 Dangerous Dj Megamax Promotional Mixtapes
"Golongolo" 2010 Dangerous Little Seconds Entertainment Spain
"Shake Ya Booty" 2011 Dangerous Little Seconds Entertainment Spain
"In The Club" 2011 Dangerous Little Seconds Entertainment Spain
"Twelve in the Midnight" 2012 Dangerous Little Seconds Entertainment Spain
"Fly Higher" 2012 Dangerous Little Seconds Entertainment Spain
"Celebration" (radio edit) 2014 Unstoppable Little Seconds Entertainment Spain
"Boom Boom" 2014 Unstoppable Little Seconds Entertainment Spain
"How Come" 2015 Unstoppable Little Seconds Entertainment Spain
"Get Down on the Floor" 2015 Unstoppable Little Seconds Entertainment Spain
"Hold On" 2015 Unstoppable Little Seconds Entertainment Spain
"Murder" 2015 Unstoppable Little Seconds Entertainment Spain
"Pump It Up" 2015 Unstoppable Little Seconds Entertainment Spain
"Do it" 2016 Unbreakable Little Seconds Entertainment Spain
"Money" 2016 Unbreakable Little Seconds Entertainment Spain
"My Girl" 2016 Unbreakable Little Seconds Entertainment Spain
"Everything gonna be Alright" 2016 Unbreakable Little Seconds Entertainment Spain -
"Give it to Me " 2016 Man of the Year Little Seconds Entertainment Spain -
"Twerk it" 2016 Man of the Year Little Seconds Entertainment Spain -

See also

References

  1. ^ NGOZI, EMEDOLIBE (13 May 2016). "Dareysteel man of the year album!". Global Media Mirror Limited. Archived from the original on 20 May 2016. Retrieved 2016. 
  2. ^ a b BRAIDE, DAMIETE (2 June 2014). "Dareysteel dazzles Europe with Boom Boom". Archived from the original on 11 November 2014. Retrieved 2015. 
  3. ^ OPEOLUWANI, AKINTAYO (9 July 2014). "Dareysteel Making Africa Proud in Europe!". Daily Times NG. Archived from the original on 11 November 2014. Retrieved 2015. 
  4. ^ http://top40-charts.com/videos/play.php?vid=g0YewWLhe00 - top40charts.com
  5. ^ "music star dareysteel drops man year album !". Vanguard Media. 16 May 2016. Retrieved 2016. 
  6. ^ "Dareysteel Officially Confirms His New Album Release". Seymour Herald Newspaper United States of America (requires registration). 14 October 2013. Retrieved 2015. 
  7. ^ http://www.waterloorecords.com/Artist/3742042/Dareysteel - Waterloo_Records
  8. ^ a b http://www.chartsinfrance.net/Dareysteel/albums-singles.html - pure charts
  9. ^ OVWE, MEDEME (12 May 2016). "Dareysteel drops twin albums !". Vintage Press Limited. Retrieved 2016. 
  10. ^ "dareysteel singer releases new album man of the year". Pulse Nigeria. Abiola Solanke. Retrieved 2016. 
  11. ^ https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/untouchable/1408373792 - itunes.apple.com



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