Haitian R&B singer-songwriter Dajé was born in Tampa, Florida. She has wanted to make music and be on stage since she was four years old, and her parents enrolled her in music and dance classes at that age. She took piano, guitar, flute, and harmonica lessons. Dajé started writing songs at nine years old, and with time, she realized she was more into songs than poetry, so she put more effort into singing. She joined the chorale, vocal ensemble, gospel, and church choir.
Dajé’s talent saw her admitted to Howard W. Blake High School for the performing arts, where she majored in the recording studio. She graduated at 18 years old and joined a local jazz artist as a background singer. Dajé enjoys writing her own lyrics; she brings authenticity to her unique sound. Dajé plans to release a one-of-a-kind Double EP this summer, on July 29th. “One EP with infused sounds from Haiti speaking the native tongue Creole, and the other EP with a more R&B foundation infused with Caribbean sounds,” her producer discloses.
Dajé couldn’t be happier to have performed at Ray J’s Super Bowl party this year. She teaches the importance of having an open mindset. It’s everything! She further advises that your circumstances should never determine your outcome. Work hard, be consistent, dedicated, disciplined, and balanced. Celebrating small accomplishments and acknowledging growth and progress are also extremely important. Dajé aspires to put more effort into acting and win Tony and Oscar Awards, and feature in Broadway theater. She also aims to start non-profit organizations to promote mental health awareness.