With a wealth of chart-topping hits, award-winning albums and top ten singles to his name, Danny K is a household name in South Africa, with a far-reaching fan base and a stage personality to match.
Danny K self-titled first release dates back more than a decade (it was released in 2000), and was followed by 'J23' (2003) and 'This Is My Time' (2006), both of which delivered numerous radio hits and earned Danny a string of accolades including the 2007 South African Music Award for Best Pop Album.
His latest, 'Across The Line' (2010), aptly represents the artist's develop ment from the "smooth R&B tones and high notes of the past" to the "rough-edged vocals" and "electro-rock" styles he has been known to favour in recent years.
He has also collaborated with numerous artists, amongst whom have been Mandoza and Ali Campbel (ex UB40).
Danny K's achievements and accolades are too numerous to mention. He has shared stages and double billed with the likes of Usher, Craig David, Puff Daddy, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Eric Benet, Bob Geld of, U2, Queen, Beyonce, Ludacris, Will Smith, Annie Lennox, Christina Aguilera, Deborah Cox, Dianna Ross, Seal,Michael Bolton, Celine Dion, Akon, Elton John, Jona than Butler, Maria Carey and the Grammy Award Winning Soweto Gospel Choir.
Danny K was also the first South African musician to perform on the legendary Oprah Winfrey Show in Chicago, sharing the episode with Stevie Wonder, Tina Turner, Josh Groban and John Travolta.
Danny, a Wits University and Wits Business School graduate with 2 degrees in Law and Business Administration, is also a sought-after writer and producer who has established his own Record, Production, Publishing and Management Companies. He has written and produced songs for some of South Africa’s biggest artists such as 101, Jamali, TK, Kabelo, Mandoza and RJ Benjamin.