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Published on June 26th, 2020 | by Jerry Doby

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11:11 – Call Me Daddy

11:11, R&B’s new rising star drops “Call Me Daddy.” The perfect steamy summer anthem and the second single from 11:11’s highly-anticipated full-length album exclusively premiered with Complex Canada. The hot new track is produced by Theron of Rock City, Ayo N Keyz, and Clint Ford to be released via RAYDAR/Caroline, showcases 11:11’s signature smooth, sensual vocals paired with trap sonics. Another surefire winner for the Toronto-born singer/songwriter/producer, added to a long list of highly streamed music – 11:11 has independently amassed over 200 million streams and views.

“Call Me Daddy” follows the release of 11:11’s first single  “Me, Chanel & Jameson” produced by KEYZBABY (Bryson Tiller, Chris Brown & Wale) and Theron of Rock City (Lizzo, Rihanna & Usher).

WATCH ME, CHANEL & JAMESON HERE 

Signed to music mogul, Ray Daniels’ label RAYDAR and working with the likes of Akeel Henry (dvsn, Jeremih, Roy Woods & Ty Dolla $ign) and Theron of Rock City, with each new single, the burgeoning star continues to develop a massive fan base. His early projects include his self-titled EP, released in 2016 with the project’s lead single “You” toppling 20 million streams on Spotify. A year later, 11:11 followed up with the silky slow jam “Good Love” which amassed over 14 million streams. On 2019’s Mood EP, set the stage for a deliberate musical progression with “All Year” racking up over 14 million streams across all platforms.

11:11 built his sound and following in the musical hub of Toronto, but with his debut album, he’s taking his fans to Atlanta and indulging in all the city has to offer. The nightlife, the women, the hustle, and the trappings that follow it all are influential in his new direction, a fusion of the chill, smooth R&B vibes of Toronto with the confidence and game of Atlanta.

 



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Editor-in-Chief of The Hype Magazine, and internationally published arts & entertainment journalist. Member of the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture as well as the United States Press Corps.


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