Danii Roundtree Introduces Her “Memoirs”
Hailing from the cityscapes of Atlanta, R&B/Jazz and Soul/Pop Recording Artist, Danii Roundtree, hit the ground running with her music career in 2009 and since that time has acquired a devoted fan base, made a name for herself throughout the music scene, and performed live at many different venues, festivals, and other music events. Now Danii is ready to go one step further with her blossoming career. This summer Danii is set to release her debut album Memoirs.
Danii has set quite the tone for this album with her lead single “Crave.”Taking her audience back in time to a completely different era of music, this jazz ballad is a delightful introduction to this magnetic singer. Drawing inspiration from artists like Amy Whinehouse, Erykah Badu, Billie Holiday and Janelle Monae, Danii exhibits an unbelievable vocal charm as she wiggles her way into the cracks of your heart. With the quality of this lead single, we are definitely excited to see what is in store for her full length album.
Known for her charisma, powerful vocal range, and dynamic signature sound, Danii has been turning many heads in the music industry with her unforgettable live show performances and the unmistakable passion she exhibits onstage and on record. Danii began finding her love for music at age 11 when she started taking up singing and performing on stage as a child prodigy. Fast-forwarding to her adulthood years as a professional musician, her fans see so much more manifesting since her young, kid prodigy days.
In Roundtree’s own words, “Memoirs is an album written from true life events. We all have that one love story that ends before it starts. And I just so happen to be a singer/ songwriter who documents through song. This album is literally a collection of my memoirs. All the records are personal. The sound has a throwback feel that is Jazz-oriented with Funk and Soul elements; cleverly coined as ‘Retro’. I hope to one-day transition into acting, so I wrote the album as though it was a never-ending Retro movie soundtrack. Ultimately, with the end goal of its contents being put in television, film, commercials, and one day becoming its own short film.”