CREATIVE DISCUSSIONS BEGIN FOR THE VISUAL EP OF DARILYN'S DEBUT ALBUM "CONSTELLATION." VIDEOS WILL RELEASE IN 2020.
Darilyn was born in The Bronx, New York and raised in Suffern, New York. She began performing at the age of 5 when she was selected out of thousands to open for Yolanda Adams, singing a Swahili song. Growing up Darilyn immersed herself in singing, dancing, acting, piano, and songwriting. She began writing her own music at the age of 6 with her first song called "The Express Way". She picked up studying classical music and decided that she wanted to study music at The City College of New York. During her first semester Darilyn discovered an affinity for the stage. She decided to switch majors and focus on theater, where she was still able to put time into her own personal music.
After college, Darilyn found herself writing and working with music producers from prominent labels. It was during this time that Darilyn realized she missed the stage and decided to immerse herself back into theater. Throughout her time at CUNY she appeared at Amateur Night on the world famous Apollo Stage winning 2nd place. She received outstanding reviews from The New York Times, The New York Post, and Backstage for her performance in The New Haarlem Arts Theater Company's musical revue, Ain't Nothin But The Blues.
Darilyn is extremely passionate about making a change in the entertainment industry for women and expand diversity for PoC in the arts.