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Singer/songwriter, Douyé, holds her own as she steps up to center stage with her new project, which is due to be released Spring of 2013. Douye’ co-wrote all the songs for this project with her long time co-writer, Terry Shaddick, a renowned British born songwriter. This Rhine-River, Lagos born Nigerian, sings music that comes blended to perfection, rich in rhythm & soul with a splash of jazz; her sound is soulful and captivating. The first single from this sophomore project is titled “A Beautiful Life” and the first single from the project is titled “Life Is Good”an upbeat vibrant tune that immediately puts one in a happy mood. The song, “Life Is Good” has been gaining attention both in the United States and in Europe since it’s release; the song climbed up to 9th place on the Uk Soul Chart and continue to gain consistent spinning on contemporary radio stations in the United States and in Europe. Douye’ is a singer, whose inviting voice possesses depth and passion and such qualities certainly resonates in this project. Led by courage and perseverance, a father’s dream and having the gift of song, this artist is definitely going places. She stops by on Thursday, February 7, at 8:30pm EST.
April 28 - New Smooth Jazz Singing Sensation - Douye'
She was influenced by legends such as Billie Holiday, Peggy Lee, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, and Sade. Nigerian born, Douye', is proving herself to be one fierce deliverer of the sounds and textures of smooth Jazz. In other words, the lady is goooood! Here is a name that will surely be remembered.
Come join me as I get chatty with Ms. Douye. The first three callers will win an autographed copy of Douye's new CD, Journey. How do you say MM Good.
In a music world that is currently plagued by senseless sounds, Douye offers something soothing—and definitely real. In fact, she gives more than songs and lyrics. She pours out her soul and experience, letting every listener be with her in an incredible journey.
Music Started Young
Douye was born in Rhine River, in Lagos, Nigeria. Ever since she was young, she already had an inkling in music, her sound greatly influenced by the big soulstresses of the United States such as Ella Fitzgerald and Billy Holiday. But it wasn’t until her father, Landy, saw her potential and supported her along with the rest of the family that she developed the courage to pursue it and eventually make music her career and life. In fact, she never loses that gratitude for the incredible familial support.
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It takes a special artist to fuse elements of varying genres and eras into a winning formula. Taking a bit of the old and a bit of the new to create a fresh sound requires great skill and care. This is the crux of Douyéism. On her forthcoming sophomore album So Much Love, Nigerian-born, Los Angeles-based singer Douyé (pronounced Doe-Yay) pays homage to the mellow blend of silk and soul made iconic by artists such as Sade, Dianne Reeves, Chanté Moore, Regina Belle, and Rachelle Ferrell. Featuring the musical prowess of fellow Nigerian and multi-platinum producer Dapo Torimiro (John Legend, Justin Bieber, Toni Braxton), Grammy-nominated multi-platinum British songwriter Terry Shaddick (Pointer Sisters, Diana Ross), guitarist/ producer Chris Sholar (Beyoncè, Mariah Carey, Kanye West), JR Hutson (Jill Scott, Musiq, Lalah Hathaway) and Grammy-nominated jazz keyboardist/ producer Philippe Saisse (Chaka Khan, Al Jarreau), So Much Love is a breathtaking tour de force that adeptly revisits the sound of early 90s Urban Adult Contemporary radio with a unique spin. Laced with Douyé’s smoldering vocals and seasoned with elements of jazz, R&B, and a dash of spicy Afrobeat, it goes without saying that So Much Love is destined to be one of the more feted independent releases of 2013.
Check your watch, no doubt its time! Its Indie Up Saturday on the D-Hour Radio network and on this show as always we will be bringing you all the hits from new, amateur, unknown, and up and coming (R&B, Hip Hop, Pop, and Neo-Soul) artists! We'll be bringing you interviews from new, amateur, and independent artists. Don't forget to listen to all our Indie artists hits. We will be giving you all of this at the top of D-Hour!!! Its Saturday so just sit back and relax and kick it with your girl Raye Cole and your boy No Reason! So stay tuned and keep your ears locked!!
Don't Miss EZ.ACCESS Tonight 9:00pm est hosted by The fly ladies Latima,Zee & Remi Singer/songwriter,Guest Douyé, Joins the Fly ladies. Nigerian songstress, sings music that comes blended to perfection, rich in rhythm & soul with a splash of jazz; her sound is soulful.We cant wait to discuss Douyé captivating journey through out her music career and album set to be released this spring.Make sure u stay tuned to listen to Douye exclusive track "You're The Only one" You don't want to miss this show ! use our chat room www.e-zeeradiolive.com call us 347 996-5090
Douyé continues her musical journey as she currently works on her sophomore music project, set to be released this year. “My goal is to capture the passion I feel for my artistry and be able to fully express depth and veracity in my performances as I connect with the world.” The Nigerian born songstress sound is inviting, soulful and captivating. The first single from Douyé’s sophomore project is titled “Life Is Good” has been gaining attention both in the United States and in Europe; the song is climbing up the Uk Soul Chart and consistent spinning radio stations. “I look forward to how my fans will react to this project compared to my debut project. I believe that great things will come out of this experience.”
Join the Jazz Conversation with host Ms. Bridgette Lewis as she chat with "So Much Love" Vocalist/Songwriter Nigerian-born, Los Angeles-based singer Douyé. She's pays homage to the mellow blend of silk and soul made iconic by artists such as Sade, Dianne Reeves, Chanté Moore.
Taking a bit of the old and a bit of the new to create a fresh sound requires great skill and care.
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