Day Parkay teams up with Cory Gunz for the visual “Gunz & Buttah”
“Day Parkay,” the name smoothly rolls off the tongue and is just as powerful as the man behind it. So, when you hear the name, see the man, and experience the music, you have no choice but to recognize this fact: you’ve just encountered the most real of the real!
Born in the incomparable Bronx, NY to Nigerian parents, David Mofunanya had his share of black culture and loved everything about it – especially the music. Making it to play basketball in college, David faced that day with being kicked off the team. Basketball and music had been his life. With that said, two of the most important factors of his life are taken away. Then depression decides to come in and attempt to take its place. But instead of welcoming the depression, Day Parkay tried hard to fight it. So much so that he ran to music, which consoled his mind and boosted his self-esteem. And from this, his first mix tape, “Hoop Dreams Deflated,” was birthed and became available on DatPiff.com – a well-known site for mix tapes and learning more about up-and-coming artists in the Hip Hop community.
Upon release, the love from his city was unexplainable, and that was the official birthing of Day Parkay and his music career. You can check out videos of this lyrical mastermind on YouTube. If you’re ready to ride with him, look him up on DatPiff and choose your favorite song from either mix tape. No matter what you choose, you can’t and won’t go wrong. Just remember the name and the music. Follow Day Parkay on all social media platforms to stay updated with show dates and more!
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