Albums/Mixtapes

Lvrd Daphne shows her eclectic style on “ROGUE” project

This recording artist is shining bright for the release of her new project ROGUE. The album takes listeners to another dimension, literally. Lvrd Daphne is what you would call a needed fuse in the industry. A spark of light and untapped genius. In a time where most people seem to be searching for themselves, she creates a bond that makes us feel more innately connected. Born and raised in San Diego, CA, Lvrd Daphne was introduced to a world full of colors and unimaginable scenery. Lvrd, learned early on contemporary rock was the house favorite, but the lesson her family was giving was self expression through the art of music. Hip Hop naturally became fond to her through self-search and personal rediscovery. Growing up Lvrd Daphne’s aesthetics were impacted heavily by artists like Nirvana, Hot Chilli Peppers, Bootsy Collins, and Outkast. When Lvrd Daphne was a sophomore in high school she was introduced to hip hop. She began listening to the sounds of Missy Elliot, Lil Wayne, Ludacris, MIA, and Black Eyed Peas. This is when it made sense to Lvrd Daphne, the music was calling and she began a deeper dive into her artistry journey.

As Lvrd Daphne continues to grow, visualize, and Amplify, her sound to the next level, she believes her purpose is to radiate openly and boundlessly through vulnerability, confidence and passion. Capturing the hearts and ears of those souls who seek the same. Lvrd Daphne is the free-spirited Alien from space we all wish to hang around. Being inspired by the elliptical galaxy, her last project allowed her to fill the tracks with emotion, transparency, and a chance to be unapologetically her.

Lvrd Daphne aspires to work with artists like Tyler the Creator, Tierra Whack, Billie Ellish, Trippie Redd, and even Japanese architectural artist Takashipom. Check out Lvrd Daphne’s newest single, “Corona” with artist Bangtime Le Rock and her latest stroke of genius “ROGUE” on ALL streaming platforms. “ROGUE” is unleashed on August 16, 2020. Click play and let us know what you think!

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