D.A. Bey recently released his songs titled “Eskitit,” “3 AM in Cleveland”, and “Tell Me”. The Atlanta artist, by way of Cleveland, Ohio, has an intriguing story about his start in the music industry from homeless to higher heights. Having worked with artists such as MGK, The Game, Rich Homie Quan, Lil Durk, O.T. Genasis, OJ Da Juiceman, and more. He has ultimately honed his artistry as a creative in the music industry over the last 15 years, D.A. Bey has perfected his skills as he has prepared to debut as a breakout artist.
Self-signed to Heights High Music Label, he creatively navigates his career with the intent to make his presence felt in the industry as he emerges as an artist. “Eskitit,” “3 AM in Cleveland,” and “Tell Me” is streaming on all digital platforms; make sure you download and check out our interview below.
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D.A. Bey Interview On Voice It
Tiara – For the people that don’t know you, tell them who you’re.
D.A. Bey – I have been making music, producing, recording since I was 16 years old. I would describe myself as an creative intellectual, music is my passion.
Tiara – How was it growing up in Cleveland, Ohio?
D.A. Bey – I grew up in an arts community that really nurtured my talent in writing for music. There were a lot of opportunities to learn from such as extracurricular activities in school and outside of school so far as music in writing. My community helped me develop who I am today.
Tiara – Tell me about the artists you collaborated with?
D.A. Bey – Rich Homie Quan, Fabolous, we did a record “called We Good”. The Game, Lil Durk, Machine Gun Kelly, O.T. Genasis, and OJ Da Juiceman.
Tiara – Who would you like to work with next?
D.A. Bey – I would love to work with Pharrell, Kanye West, and Kidd Cudi.
Tiara – What advice would you give upcoming artist?
D.A. Bey – Keep going, stay consistent, have a vision, a plan, and have a positive attitude.
Tiara – What was the inspiration behind Eskitit, and 3AM In Cleveland?
D.A. Bey – I wanted to create an atmosphere of a good time, and bring people into my world.
Tiara – What is next for you?
D.A. Bey – I have a visual coming out for my new song called “Tell Me”, the visual will be dropping later this month.
Tiara – What else would you like the people to know?
D.A. Bey I will be here for a while, and I will keep the art, and culture going.