This past January Danglin set the tone for the future of his new label and joint venture with DMH Empire to release
consistent music, produce festivals, to build a movement that will change the world. Danglin’s new label Afrykan Pryde Inc. and DMH Empire will release the new EP titled Afrykan Pryde that will be distributed though VMM/Single Life Ent. Kicking off at the end of April 2017.
Danglin and the Chairmen of DMH Empire, David Hill have been good friends for a while and finally came together to bless the world with good vibe. David has been in the music business for 18 plus years showcasing your favorite artists such as Jay Z, Kanye West, Rihanna, Stix, Justin Timberlake and more in his owned media outlets through Viral Music Media. When the two spoke on pushing Danglin career forward David jump right on the opportunity.
“I meet new artist on the daily that want to work with our brands, but when Danglin spoke about releasing a new project I had to make sure we did it together. There’s not that many artists that can change the worlds view on things so when the change came we had to make it happen.” – David Hill
Danglin is an astonishing combination of rare musical gifts wrapped in one explosive package. He is first and foremost an extraordinarily gifted recording artist with vocal skills and performance capabilities to blaze any stage. Additionally, he is a brilliant and masterful songwriter/producer, and while his musical identity is anchored in his homeland reggae music, his passionate love for music knows no boundaries; as it infuses Pop, R&B, Hip-Hop, Jazz and Funk.
As a song writer, Danglin as written for the likes of Gramps Morgan, from the Grammy ward winning group Morgans Heritage. While as a performer, he performed over 1200 shows in his 6 year tenure as the lead singer for the world renowned Reggae group The Wailers. Electrifying crowds ranging from 1000 to 80, 000 year round.
In October of 2016, Danglin departed from the Wailers to focus on his solo career. With his Afrykan Album near completion, he felt it was time to move on and establish is own legacy, fueled by his passion for the Afrykan Pryde Movement. This ambition foiled his partnership with the expertise of David Hill. Together, their talents will surely produce results of epic proportions..