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Join My Conversation With Recording Artist, "Danny Boy" Steward.

Singer, Songwriter, Producer, Actor. These are just a few of the titles that apply to the multi-talented man born, Danny Boy Steward, P.K.A., Danny Boy. And with all that talent, is poised to become a distinct signature in the book of prolific entertainers of our time.

At the young age of 14, Danny entered the music industry as a label mate to some of the most notable icons in Hip Hop and R&B history such as Tupac Shakur & Snoop Dogg. His strong, mature, and soulful voice caught the attention of producers Dr Dre, Dallas Austin, & Grammy Award winner, Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds. He also has been featured on songs with various recording artists like Aaron Hall, Mary J. Blige, K-Ci & Jojo, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, and the late LEGENDARY rapper, Tupac Shakur.

It was the hit, soulful, anthem, “I Ain't Mad At Cha”, featured on Tupac’s multi-platinum album, “All Eyez On Me” in 1996, that made Danny's voice resonate in the hearts and souls of both young and old, WORLDWIDE! This heartfelt song received enormous acclaim & airplay on both Urban & Top 40 radio stations that continues to this day. Danny Boy followed up with the smash hit “Toss It Up”, featured on Tupac's “Makaveli” album in 1996, and also performed with him on “Saturday Night Live”. Then, in 1997, he contributed 2 songs, “It’s Over Now”, which was written by Babyface, and “I Can’t Get Enough” to the soundtrack of the Tupac Shakur & Tim Roth movie, “Gridlock’d”.

Danny's main goal is to showcase the gift that God gave him for all to enjoy and to build for a long lasting career.