Daniel "2Dark" Richards

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Daniel 2Dark
Also known as Daniel 2Dark, D2D, TrackNova
Origin Birmingham, England
Genres Hip-hop, R'n'B, synthpop, pop, UKG
Occupation(s) Producer
Years active 2002-present

Daniel "2Dark" Richards is a British record producer from Birmingham, England. At 18 whilst attending the Urban Music Seminar (UMS) in Birmingham, Daniel met UMS founder, and offered him his demo CD. He was awarded £10,000 prize money in the 2006 Urban Music Awards.[1] He was then chosen for a nationwide TV and cinema ad campaign for the drinks company Vodka Reef.[2] Daniel moved to London and won the commission for the music for London’s bid for the 2012 Summer Olympics through one of the world’s largest advertising firms M&C Saatchi[citation needed]. 2012, Daniel has been working with an array of international production teams and artists, namely Beluga Heights, with a joint production with JR Rotem, set to make Sean Kingston’s newest album ‘Back 2 Life’. In 2014 D2D is releasing his new single "Sweet Lovin', Happiness & Joy " which features Amy Pearson.


Remix credits[edit]

Laura Izibor - Don't Stay (2009)

Amerie - Heard Em All (Dance Remix) (2010)

N-Dubz - Took it all away (2010)

Production credits[edit]

References[edit]

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