Born in August 1997, LGBTQ+ Jamaican dancehall/R&B artist Daniel Molyneaux is on a life-long mission to use his voice to bring all communities together, change homophobic minds and make the world a better place.
Officially embarking on a career in music at the tender age of 14 and then tragically losing his mother to breast cancer the next year at 15, Daniel used his love for making music as means to to create happiness for himself amidst the pain he was going through, and would now like to use to his music to create happiness for others, bring all people together, change homophobic minds and make the world a better place.
With phenomenal vocals, meaningful lyrics and a smoother than silk Caribbean waistline to go alongside them, it’s no denying that Daniel’s music will have your body moving without choice and have you dancing in unity with the people you’re around, regardless of who they are or what their sexuality may be.
Unity unity unity. This is what Daniel lives for.
Homophobia plagues the world, especially within the dancehall scene, and it’s about time we all just came together in peace and harmony. Do you not agree?