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Former Death Row Artist Danny Boy Steward Returns With His New Song "Done Me Wrong"

After over 20 years of being in the business and a seven-year hiatus, a former Death Row artist now known as Danny Boy Steward is set to release his first ever solo project. The new hit song Done Me Wrong is set to have one reminiscence about the R&B from the 90s with a 21st-century soul vibe. Danny Boy Steward signed to Death Row when he was just fifteen.

As you may know, Danny Boy Steward is best known for singing the choruses on several of 2Pac's hit songs I Ain't Mad At Cha, What'z Ya Phone #, Picture Me Rollin' and Heaven Ain't Hard 2 Find on All Eyez on Me, as well as Toss It Up on The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory. Danny Boy Steward had recorded several albums' worth of music while on Death Row Records, but none were released during his time there.

During the seven-year hiatus, he mourned, reflected, and got clarity on who he is, as he continues to evolve as a human being. Danny Boy Steward turned his pain into creative passion, penning, and releasing his debut book, Strand On Death Row. You can stream Done Me Wrong on your various digital music platforms.

Follow Danny Boy Steward on Instagram for concert locations. He just finished his West Coast run for the NAAB Radio's 22-market summer fest tour and will hit the rest of the United States starting in August. Danny Boy Steward is utilizing his music, art, and authorship to bring awareness to Suicide Awareness Voices of Education:

Written by: Jay Guevara. @justinhisprime on all social media

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