Just another artist on her grind. Let's create.
I'm a singer and songwriter from Chicago, now residing in Los Angeles. I have a degree in commercial voice with a minor in the music business from Belmont University in Nashville. I will sing and write to pretty much anything EDM, pop, or hip hop. I specialize in EDM however, no preference to the style!
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- "Illuminate EP" by Ryan Bronson
- Hope by Beatex ft. Casey Cook
- White Widow by Evido
- One Last Time by Alex Jones + Alex Byrne
- Between Us by With Love
- Habits by Highlnd
- Like You Do by Cherney
- Number One Remix by FMJ and INRVISN
- Save Me by Burgess
- Save Me Remix by Burgess + Oddmar
- Breathe Again by Sounds Of Apollo
- Letting You Go by Hexx + Adam Jasim
- Booth Talk by Philip Talieh
- Bad by Six Illicit
- Stay for the Night by Ausso
- Radiant by Omas
4 ReviewsEndorse Dani King Music
Dani is super sweet and a pleasure to work with. She does an amazing job, so I highly recommend her!!
Dani did an amazing job providing vocals + ad libs etc. She is very professional and easy to work with. Highly Recommend!
Dani was awesome to work with! We recorded a lot of great vocal takes for the lead vocals, harmonies, and ad libs. We also recorded the lead vocals sung in different octaves as well. She is an excellent vocalist, was professional and fun to work with, and I would recommend her to anyone!
It was great working with Dani. She delivered a great range of melodies and lyrics that perfectly fit the vibe of the track. I would definitely work with her on future tracks.
Interview with Dani King Music
Q: What are you working on at the moment?
A: I currently have collaborations going with the following artists: Bhaskar, Diskover, Kevlah, Synymata, Cherney, Highlnd, Omas, INRVISN, Martron, Ark Theory, Gello, Ryan Lohnes, Pizooki, Mynus, Seoul Real, Sounds of Apollo, Awon, Zakai, Shyguy, Lockbox, Vinnie Vast, Gunfight, and Bloom Line.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: Creating dope music. Honestly, that is the coolest thing ever.
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: Be clear and concise about what you want. Please tell me if you do not like something in a top-line that I provide you - you will not hurt my feelings at all. The goal is to create the best track possible so let's do that by being honest with each other!
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I started singing and playing guitar in bars when I was 14 years old. I was so young my parents had to accompany me. I did that for a few years before going to college for music. I interned at Kemosabe Records (Dr. Luke's label) when the Kesha scandal broke and I decided that the business side was not for me. I moved to Los Angeles permanently in 2015, and went full time music in 2019. I play at bars around the greater Los Angeles area as well as work as a writer, singer, and vocal producer full time. I currently have 24 song credits out on spotify. As of last year I began releasing as a main artist, not a feature, and amassed 17k monthly listeners in about a month. I have approximately 1 release per month scheduled this year so I plan on continuing to grow as 2020 continues!
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: CLA Vocals while recording vocals, and throw on your vocal chain after. I work off of an older computer so latency/overloading can be a huge issue. Tinker with the settings until you like the sound, and presave it so you have a quick setting and don't have to spend 15 minutes setting up the recording folder and figuring out where the latency is coming from.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
A: I have a huge vocal range. My belt isn't super high (sits around a C5), but my chest voice spans D3-C5. My head voice (falsetto) spans E4-B5. I'm also a sucker for harmony stacks!
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Upon recieving an instrumental, I record 2-4 ideas and send the short ideas back to the producer. The producer gets to choose his/her favorite, and from there I write the rest of the song and demo it. I'm ALWAYS open to notes and edits so at that point I ask for what changes the producer might want. Once we are both happy with the way the demo sounds, I record and either edit down the vocal stems or send them dry depending on what the producer wants.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I have a little bedroom studio that works quite well, I work off of a macbook with a sterling s77 mic with a small isolation booth attached, plugged into a focusrite scarlett solo. My monitors are Alesis and my headphones are behringer open backs. I record in Logic and my vocal chain uses Waves, Fabfilter, Melodyne, Valhalla Reverb, and a couple of fun soundtoys plugins. I have a guitar, stand up piano, and a keyboard as well.
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Killboy and KARRA are two of my favorites right now. Both women are super talented writers, vocalists, and producers who has spent years honing their crafts. I learned a lot from chatting with them.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: I mostly write and record melody and lyrics. I really enjoy what I do and I like creating a song as a collaborative effort!