Dao Music Group Releases Da-Chase’s First Single

Independent record label, Dao Music Group announces the first release “Falling Forward” by its artist, Da-Chase, on September 1, 2009.  A love song with a heavy bass line and strong instrumentals tells the story of a young man who when meeting a girl new in the neighborhood begins to pursue her and try to capture her heart.  “Falling Forward” paints a picture of the attraction, the chase and the realization of falling in love.

Twenty one year old Da-Chase, the first of Dao Music Group’s roster to release a single this quarter, marries rock music with hip hop to form a unique and original sound, Alternative Hip Hop.  With a heavy bass line, head banging instrumentals and an easy melodic flow, Falling Forward will speak to all music lovers of all genres.  “I just love music, I love making music, performing my music and writing music.  It comes naturally to me and I think Falling Forward as the first single will let everyone know that you don’t have to be one kind of artist or let your race define your music.  You can be yourself and do what you love”, says Da-Chase. 


 
Constantly and consistently in the studio and a musician who plays six different instruments himself, Da-Chase produced and wrote, Falling Forward as well as all the songs on his debut album “Sonic Boom”.  A producer at large for his first hip hop group and with a major hit for the house music legend Robin S., which is getting major spins and remixes in the UK, D-Chase still remains busy perfecting and directing his craft and his career.  In 2009 Da-Chase completed three albums including Sonic Boom, several live stage performances and a tour is in the works.
 
Da-Chase is not only ready to change the game, but looks forward to the Chase…Catch him if you can.

SONIC BOOM
AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER 1, 2009
Dao Music Group
“Falling Forward” is Attached

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