Danielia Cotton

In celebration of Black History Month, singer/songwriter Danielia Cotton honors the music of the late Charley Pride with her cover of his 1981 classic “Roll on Mississippi.” As one of only three African-American members of the Grand Ole Opry, Charley Pride was a trailblazer for Black country artists. Danielia’s vocals on this track encapsulate the spirit of serene summers and breezy walks along the river; channeling Charley’s energy perfectly. Listen to “Roll on Mississippi” HERE.

Danielia Cotton, multi-hyphenate singer/songwriter who The New York Times says is “soulful enough to fill a revival tent” today releases “A Different War." With a backing gospel choir reminiscent of Pastor T.L Barrett’s soaring ballad “Like a Ship,” and with a vocal delivery with clear parallels to artists like Tina Turner, Danielia Cotton reaches for the stars and higher than ever before. "A Different War" arrives ahead of her forthcoming album, “Good Day,” out March 18.

Danielia Cotton, who The New York Times says is “soulful enough to fill a revival tent” today announces her new studio album Good Day out January 21st, 2022. The new record channels Danielia’s eclectic mix of soul and rock while honoring the notion that “we are all warriors.” The album announcement is heralded by the new track “Super Cool,” a charming love song filled with euphonious verses and rollicking guitar riffs.

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