While continuing to fuel sales of last year's Dysfunktional Family
Soundtrack, Death Row Records recording artist Danny Boy is hard at work
on his debut album which finds the neo-soulman partying, analyzing his
life's missteps and dealing with relationships.
The R&B crooner said he is pleased with the album thus far and stated the new
material is "more mature and more me now" than his early work on 1994's
Murder Was The Case Soundtrack.
Aside from working on tracks with Death Row Records label mates, DB revealed that he has
been working with artists from his home town Chicago and R&B
sensations such as Jodeci and Mary J Blige.
"Suge has been putting his touch that he knows, which is how to make
albums and artists happen, he's putting that touch in it," Danny told
AllHipHop.com. "Were really trying to make it happen and this time we
want to represent world-wide, we want to be universal and elevate."
Death Row Records intends to release Danny Boy's still-untitled album sometime in
the fall. The singer is still in the studio completing songs, which sees
the R&B star returning to the smooth soul and erotic funk that he's
DB's website (www.DBSoul.com) recently posted new material from the album. Death Row Records is also gearing up to release Death Row
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