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  Dajae
 

 

 

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Everyday My Life

 
Dajae worked her way into the hearts of clubbers with her rip-roaring vocal on "Brighter Days," the most soulful record Cajmere ever produced.  It took forever for her long player to be completed, by which time "Get Up Off Me," "Is It All Over My Face," and "Day by Day" had already blown up.   An opportunity to shine on the first release from Subliminal, "Fun," ended up in a financial dispute; her voice was replaced by Jocelyn Brown.  She's kinda bounced around since Cajual's collapse, but is still doing her thing for various labels.

Dajae's Deepest Grooves

Higher Power (Cajual, 1995)
The pinnacle of her career so far, includes a gaggle of slamming vocal numbers that wree among the finest of the mid 90s.

"Time" (Kid Dynamite, 1999)

"Everyday My Life" (Defected, 2001)
Formal release of a song previously available only as a promo item.   Mixes by DJ Pierre, Junior Jack and Felix da Housecat.

"What Do You Want" (Essence, 2001)

"What Do You Want" (Crispin J. Glover and DJ Digit remixes) (Essence, 2002)

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