Saturday, June 29, 2013
In high school, Darryl joined a local band called Cashmere (not to be confused with R&B group Cashmere). He later left Chicago to work on his compositional skills and eventually became a staff writer at A&M Records.
After relocating to Los Angeles, Darryl wrote songs & produced sessions for various artists such as Chaka Khan, Maurice White, Billy Always, Sarah Dash, Michael Jeffries and the E.U. Band. Later on, Motown Records signed Darryl to the label as a performer.
After continuing to work as a songwriter/producer, Darryl later left the music industry for the video game industry, working as the lead composer and audio director for Electronic Arts Florida for three years.
Darryl later formed his own company GameBeat Studios, but he has now since refocused back to writing pop and R&B music with a goal to secure a new publisher for his latest material and land new song covers.
To see the website for Darryl's company, GameBeat Studios, go to:
To see Darryl's Broadjam.com profile, go to:
To see a fan-made video for "James Brown," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "Rock the House," go to:
To see a fan-made video for "Heaven," go to: