For now, tune in to Billboard Dance 's seven favorite Daya songs thus far -- and brush up on all there is to know about the dance-pop wunderkind -- below. This sizzling dance-pop earworm covers impressive ground in its three-and-a-half minute runtime, layering thoughtful lyricism about saying those three special "Words" for the first time over atmospheric echoes, simmering percussion and Daya's signature raspy vocal edge. Another single from Sit Still , "Cool" has a slightly different taste than the rest of the album's collection, leaning toward a chilled-out vibe with a bubbly, minimal melody. This raw heartbreak ballad is possibly the most emotive point in Daya's catalogue, featuring goosebump-inducing new vocal heights and delicate piano chords. But it's hardly a step in unfamiliar territory for the star. Released in March, "Feel Good" with Gryffin and Illenium marks the newest addition to Daya's collection of stellar collabs -- and one of her best. One listen through the bubbly, infectious chorus of this track, and "I don't wanna sit still, look pretty" might just become your new mantra. It should come as no surprise that "Hide Away" makes our list. With its smoldering, snappy soundscape and the catchiest of choruses, the track peaked at No.
Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Daya was born in Pittsburgh and grew up in the suburb of Mt. She has four sisters, Rachel, Mariana, Celia, and Avery. Her stage name Daya is the Sanskrit word for "compassion" or "kindness". Bernard School, later she attended Mt.
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