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|Birth name||Rachel Moulden|
|Also known as||Maiday|
|Born||Worcestershire, England, UK|
|Genres||Drum and bass, pop, indie|
|Associated acts||Chuckie, Jakwob, Wretch 32, Josh Kumra|
Rachel Moulden, better known as Maiday (stylized as MΔîDΔY), is an English singer-songwriter from Worcestershire, now living in Bow, East London.
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Maiday has written for a number of other artists including Wretch 32, Leona Lewis, Girls Aloud and Josh Kumra. She co-wrote and produced the UK number one single "Don't Go" for Wretch 32 and her vocals have been featured on a number of international hits including "Fade" by Jakwob that became a top 40 hit on the UK Singles Chart and on "Skydive" by Chuckie, a dance hit that has charted on European mainstream charts, notably in Belgium, France and Denmark. She has also featured on "One Way", a collaboration with Naughty Boy featuring Mic Righteous on Naughty Boy's 2013 album Hotel Cabana.
As featured artist
|Title||Year||Peak chart positions||Album|
(Jakwob featuring Maiday)
(Chuckie featuring Maiday)
|"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.|
|2012||"Adagio for Strings"
(Bastille featuring Maiday)
|Other People's Heartache|
|2013||"White & Black"
(Josh Kumra featuring Maiday)
|Good Things Come to Those Who Don't Wait|
(Naughty Boy featuring Mic Righteous and Maiday)
|2011||"Don't Go"||Wretch 32 featuring Josh Kumra||Black and White|