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Nothing Stops Daniel Gray Who Signs With Go Large Records
Daniel Gray, an upcoming international pop star, signs with Go Large Records for a highly projected successful campaign. The pop star is known for hits like "Lost and Found" and "Cast Away" which were inspred from Hurricane Katrina.
Daniel Gray has had to conquer many obstacles during his quest for stardom. From hurricanes to fires and being displaced from New Orleans to New Jersey, Daniel is determined to attain accomplishment. Hurricane Katrina displaced thousands of people and left billions of dollars worth in damages, but it didn’t discontinue Daniel from ongoing the production of inspiring and motivational music. He used to live in New Orleans, but after Hurricane Katrina and with the loss of his home, Daniel was displaced to New Jersey. Not long after his New Jersey change, Daniel unpredictably lived through a disastrous electrical fire that burned his home that left him homeless for a second time.
After living through Hurricane Katrina, Daniel was moved to write his second hit called “Cast Away”. The song was written and fashioned with the desire to make people remember the times of celebration instead of the horrific tragedy of Hurricane Katrina.
“I have experienced and lived through so much that I create my music to inspire people to keep living on through bad times and good times,” said Daniel.
GRLI, once again, has teamed up with Alonce Music Agency for a dynamic distribution campaign. Alonce Music Agency is a complete artist development firm that will take on the duty of Daniel’s management as well as his artist branding. GRLI will first distribute “Lost And Found” and “Cast Away”, along with some other non-released songs, to major markets before they carry out an entire album release.
“Our objective is to create an effective promotional campaign and generate Daniel as many fans as feasible,” said Dominick, who is a GRLI spokesperson, “We have teamed up with Alonce Music Agency who has a gift for developing a great image around artists.”