Danniella Dee is a Singer / Songwriter, Producer & DJ from Coventry, UK. She is one-third of Sisters In Dub, a female-led Roots Reggae + Dub sound system collective. Danniella debuted her first mix ‘Foundation Roots Reggae’ on My Analog Journal YouTube Channel. She is set to feature on multiple radio stations & events in the upcoming year.
Danniella grew up on Roots music, with her father – Trevor ‘E.T. Rockers’ Evans founding Coventry’s first sound system – Jah Baddis – in the 70s, before becoming tour DJ for the legendary 2-Tone band The Specials. Danniella now proudly carries on her father’s sound system legacy, solo & with Sisters In Dub.
Since their first session – a victorious win at a sound system competition supported by Coventry City of Culture in October 2021 – Sisters in Dub have been making waves in the sound system scene, performing across the UK and beyond. The momentum continues as they prepare to debut at multiple international reggae festivals in 2023.
Also, a solo artist, Danniella, has been steadily releasing singles for the past few years as she develops her sound. She’s been honoured to grace two BBC Introducing stages in 2022, with her first EP anticipated for release in early 2023.