Legendary vocalist Inaya Day records ‘One World’ for WorldPride & Stonewall’s 50th anniversary

Inaya Day is an icon of the dance industry, having worked with Frankie Knuckles, Crystal Waters, Louie Vega, Queen Latifah and P Diddy. Named as one of Billboard’s Greatest Top Dance Club Artists, she is best known for her instantly recognisable vocal appearances on tracks such as ‘Horny ‘98’ by Mousse T, and her explosive rendition of ‘Nasty Girl’ by Prince. A multi-talented house vocalist with a flourishing career continues to go from strength to strength, Inaya Day is one of dance music’s most beloved voices.

Inaya Day’s latest single is a celebration of love and freedom. Recorded to celebrate Pride Month and to recognise the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising – a series of demonstrations that were instrumental in advancing the gay liberation movement and laying the foundations for the contemporary battle for LGBT rights – the track is an uplifting, joyous carnival of sound. Listen here

“’One World’ is about unifying the world to end hatred and chaos. We all need to be reminded that there is strength in unity.”

Working with Masterbeat to create the theme song for their WorldPride NYC event, Inaya Day set out to lay down a vocal that brought people together, sending out a message of compassion, acceptance and love. Framing her gorgeous vocal tones around a party-ready house beat that’s sure to tear up pride celebrations across the world this summer, Inaya has produced a track that captures the positive message of WorldPride in musical form.

“When they hear this song, I want my fans to be uplifted and encouraged to raise their hands, lift their voices and be reminded that we are ONE WORLD.”

Inaya Day

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