New Music: Dakota Danielle – It’s A Beginning

Dakota Danielle It's A Beginning

The new track “It’s A Beginning” by up-and-coming musician Dakota Danielle was released on May 27th. This joyful look at the thrilling possibility of a new relationship is available to stream on all digital platforms. It was produced by Colt Capperune and cowritten by Dakota Danielle and Doug Kahan (Trick Pony, Clay Walker, Jon Pardi).

One of the things that makes dating so exciting is how unpredictable it can be. During a first date, it’s impossible to predict how the relationship will develop. With her brand-new song, “It’s a Beginning,” Dakota Danielle offers a humorous perspective on that experience.

The song “It’s a Beginning” is the ideal introduction to Dakota Danielle’s music. Introducing you to a brand-new side of this Nashville-based, multidimensional country musical artist: upbeat, playful, sassy, and fierce. Danielle is the kind of musician that creates warm, inviting songs with just the right amount of zazz to keep you hanging around.

From the town and church to the bars and the people around her, Dakota Danielle finds inspiration in every day occurrences. She finds out what makes the special moments sparkle. Her superpower appears to be that. Those tales in her songs that resemble your tales greatly increase in intrigue. She sang of the magnetism and connection you feel when you first meet someone truly amazing in “It’s A Beginning,” making you think of those wonderful times in life that made you believe in magic.

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In contrast to Danielle’s typically acoustic setting, “It’s a Beginning” adopts a more rhythmic and robust southern rocker’s sound. It’s wonderful to see the artist broadening her horizons and venturing into uncharted waters; it seems to give her voice a brand-new appearance. Her voice was pleasant and gentle in her acoustic rural settings, but in “It’s a Beginning,” listeners could detect a more dramatic performance and larger vocal range. This has more fire, and a live set would undoubtedly sound wonderful with it.

It appears that Dakota Danielle was destined to be a performer. Even in her early songs, live performance is clearly audible. There’s no denying that she’s developing into a well-rounded country-rock performer; she has that contagious charisma that would undoubtedly catch the attention of listeners whether in a noisy pub or a festival stage.

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