Chicago’s own, up and coming artist, DamnDanial, is rapidly gaining traction as a fan favorite across his community. Today he is here to share his latest release, “HML.”
Through his self-produced R&B inspired beats and melodic raps, Danial’s music is unique and infectious. He cites inspiration from artists such as Travis Scott, Lil Baby, Gunna, & Eminem.
Much of his music is inspired by his Pakistani pride and heritage as his interest in music began as a child. In his teenage years, he became a self-taught guitarist, and later found a passion for creating beats and ultimately found his calling when he began rapping over them.
In 2017, DamnDanial opened for Zack Knight (one of the most successful singer-songwriters of Pakistani descent) in his hometown of Chicago. Earlier this year, DamnDanial released his first music video for the song “It’s Danny.” Other songs he is known for include “HMU,” “Ride for Me,” & “What’s the Move.”
Check out his new single, “HML,” below!
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