Dallas Wayde is an American Pop Artist from Salt Lake City, Utah. He released his debut album 'So Young & So Damaged' in early 2018, which brought in just over 250,000 digital streams in it's first few months. Connor Brady, of SLUG Magazine, wrote "Dallas Wayde sounds like he was created in a lab with the sole intent to design the perfect artist for Top-40 and mainstream radio." Dallas, equipped with a charismatic personality and a collection of eclectic denim jackets, describes his music as the crossroads of upbeat melodies meeting emotional lyricism.
After kick-starting his career by winning a national singing competition and earning a major label recording contract as a teen, he started gaining his momentum as an artist. Since the age of 14 he's be invited to play nation-wide, varying in settings from The House of Blues to Pride Festivals. In this Dallas found his home is on stage connecting with fans. . He worked with some big name producers such as Jonas Jeberg and Marlin "Hookman" Bonds. When Dallas turned 17 years old he was diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder, and he began a struggle with anxiety. As Dallas said in an interview with MIX 105.1 "I felt stuck, you know? It was almost like everyone expected me to be something that I wasn't, but I guess it's hard to tell the difference when you don't really know yourself in the first place." This lead to him taking a break from music and spending some time growing as a person rather than an artist. As he got to know himself and started to build a sense of identity, he used music as his personal outlet instead of just writing what he thought people wanted to hear in a hit song.. These songs eventually turned into the album 'So Young & So Damaged' and opened a new chapter of his career.
Dallas Wayde, now 21 years old, has developed a solid team of creative talents that understand his vision. The team is constantly working on creating new content and performing shows around the country, all while transitioning to the next step of their journey. He hopes that what he writes down will resonate with the other youth around the world and he can make them feel a little less crazy, A little less alone, and a little more happy.