Bio

Daisy Friday is the multimedia journal of  independent Singer/Songwriter and Rapper/Producer, Photojournalist Joy Lynn. Daisy Friday, is also known as Girlfriday, Friday Knight, and Dazee Dizzle (BMI / ASCAP). Friday’s government name is Joy Clark.  Joy Lynn is related to a retired News Editor, a County Sheriff, a police officer, B.B. King (RIP),  Buddy Clark (RIP), Billy Branch, Carl Branch, Mark Houston, The Kallman Family, and Dwight Brown (RIP). Joy Lynn’s siblings are Jennifer Biviano (half-sister) and Gus Leland Jason Conda (step-brother).

Friday has worked with Rachel Alston (Raye Jihan), Slum Village, Rashid Wallace, Psychodrama, Crucial Conflict, Missy Elliot, Carl Thomas, Ibunshi, Future Sound of London and Daft Punk.

Daisy Friday started with music at the age of 2 and began songwriting by 5. Daisy started singing in the choir in kindergarten.  Daisy Friday  has a success story and has overcome enormous odds.  Friday has a disability.

At age 14 Daisy had her first modeling gig and set a high jump record at the girls track and field championship the same year.  A year later she was diagnosed with a disability.

In her teens, Daisy sang on both classical and gospel choirs.  In Daisy’s junior year she participated in the  NAACP’s ACT-SO competition and took first place in poetry and runner-up in dance.

She recorded “Anything Can Happen” with Mantis Music in 1998.  At the same time, Daisy hosted “Urban Bizness” a weekly poetry slam under the name Joy.  During the same year Daisy started working at a publishing company.  Also, in 1998 Daisy self-published much of her poetry including the the Law of

its friday as a baby

Opposites (also published and printed in the International Library of Poetry in 1994) and Exodus 99 on her site Poetics and Politics.

In 1999 Daisy starting producing audio on her own and performed her first EP “Week to Week” at Chicago’s famous Cubby Bear under the name Girlfriday.  During this year Daisy graduated from Truman College with honors and a Phi Theta Kappa distinction. That same year Daisy started working at a Publishing Company. Soon after, Daisy worked for a technology startup which became a publicly traded company.  It was also during the same time as the dreaded Y2K,  with which they were compliant in the year 2000.  Although, Daisy was already coding, (html, basic) and producing audio it became clear that more education would widen her prospects.

In 2001 Daisy enrolled at the International Academy of Design and Technology to pursue a degree in Advertising & Design.  The Advertising & Design program is composed of classes that include Audio Production, Video Production, Web Design, Animation, Graphic Design and 3D Modeling and Rendering.

That same year Daisy worked with Qortez at Go Hear Music and mixed and produced the compilation Go Hear Chicago which features many local Chicago rap artists.  In addition, Daisy decided to change her stagename from Girlfriday to Friday Knight.  Right after Go Hear Chicago Daisy produced Bang My Sh!t an original electronic album that was released on the street at the Electronic Music Festival in Miami, FL and also New Orleans, LA.  Also, Daisy promoted a night club in Miami during the festival.

During the same year, Friday Knight and her rap partner Tez E. Bare (Qortez) recorded with Tracks for Days in Atlanta, GA.  In addition, Friday began doing nightclub promotion.

Back in Chicago (2002-2003), Friday began hosting Windy City Wednesdays in Chicago’s Goldcoast.  In addition, Friday

Friday at Savor

appeared in and produced fashion and runway shows.

In 2004 Friday began production on both her and Tez E. Bare’s  (Qortez)  solo releases.  Also, Rachel Jihan sang choruses on both efforts.

In 2005 Dazee decided to officially go by Dazee Dizzle.

In 2006 Dazee gave birth to her son and spent time writing and composing music. Soon after, Dazee Dizzle started her publishing company and composed and wrote, “American Princess” paying homage to her Legendary Blues Artist relative and composing most of it with a stratocaster kit.

In 2009 Dazee Dizzle began producing “The Isis Spacejet Chronicles” it ended up having 20 tracks.  In 2011 Dazee Dizzle released two CD’s “The Isis Spacejet Chronicles 1 and 2”.

Friday after the show at Whitestar

In 2012 Dazee Dizzle decided to go back to school and study mathematics.  That same year, Dazee started Genius Multimedia.  The next year, Dazee Dizzle took a year off from school and recorded, “Hologram Dance” which is available now.

In 2014 Dazee Dizzle began writing and producing chicagogenius.net.

In 2015 Daisy remixed and remastered The Isis Spacejet Chronicles and released the Isis Spacejet Chronicles: The Complete Collection which featured all 20 tracks available now.  In additon, Dazee Dizzle’s latest release “Lie, Cheat & Steal” and “Blackface” is also available.

For the past couple of years Dazee has participated in various 5K marathons throughout the Chicagoland area.

in 2017 Dazee Dizzle decided to change Chicagogenius.net to daisyfriday.com.

Daisy Friday started with music at the age of 2 and began songwriting by 5. Daisy started singing in the choir in kindergarten.  Daisy Friday  has a success story and has overcome enormous odds.

At age 14 Daisy had her first modeling gig and set a high jump record at the girls track and field championship the same year.  A year later she was diagnosed with a disability.

In her teens, Daisy sang on her high school and church choirs.  In Daisy’s junior year she participated in the  NAACP’s ACT-SO competition and took first place in poetry and runner-up in dance.

She recorded “Anything Can Happen” with Mantis Music in 1998.  At the same time, Daisy hosted “Urban Bizness” a weekly poetry slam under the name Joy.  During the same year Daisy started working at a publishing company.  Also, in 1998 Daisy self-published much of her poetry including the the Law of Opposites and Exodus 99 on her site Poetics and Politics.

In 1999 Daisy starting producing audio on her own and performed her first EP “Week to Week” at Chicago’s famous Cubby Bear under the name Girlfriday.  During this year Daisy graduated from Truman College with honors and a Phi Theta Kappa distinction. That same year Daisy started working at a technology startup which became a publicly traded company.  It was also during the same time as the dreaded Y2K,  with which they were compliant in the year 2000.  Although, Daisy was already coding, (html, basic) and producing audio it became clear that more education would widen her prospects.

In 2001 Daisy enrolled at the Academy of Design and Technology to pursue a degree in Multimedia Production & Design.  That same year Daisy worked with Qortez at Go Hear Music and mixed and produced the compilation Go Hear Chicago which features many local Chicago rap artists.  In addition, Daisy decided to change her stagename from Girlfriday to Friday Knight.  Right after Go Hear Chicago Daisy produced Bang My Sh!t an original electronic album that was released on the street at the Electronic Music Festival in Miami, FL and also New Orleans, LA.  Also, Daisy promoted a night club in Miami during the festival.

During the same year, Friday Knight and her rap partner Tez E. Bare (Qortez) recorded with Tracks for Days in Atlanta, GA.  In addition, Friday began doing nightclub promotion.

Back in Chicago (2002-2003), Friday began hosting Windy City Wednesdays in Chicago’s Goldcoast.  In addition, Friday produced a fashion and runway shows.  At the same time, Friday began promoting at nightclubs.

In 2004 Friday began production on both her and Tez E. Bare’s  (Qortez)  solo releases.  Also, Rachel Jihan sang choruses on both efforts.   In addition, Friday began doing street more street promotions.

In 2005 Dazee decided to officially go by Dazee Dizzle.

In 2006 Dazee gave birth to her son and spent time writing and composing music. Soon after, Dazee Dizzle started her publishing company and wrote, “American Princess”.

In 2009 Dazee Dizzle began producing “The Isis Spacejet Chronicles” it ended up having 20 tracks.  In 2011 Dazee Dizzle released two CD’s “The Isis Spacejet Chronicles 1 and 2”.

In 2012 Dazee Dizzle decided to go back to school and study mathematics.  That same year, Dazee started Genius Multimedia.  The next year, Dazee Dizzle took a year off from school and recorded, “Hologram Dance” which is available now.

In 2014 Dazee Dizzle began writing and producing chicagogenius.net.

In 2015 Daisy remixed and remastered The Isis Spacejet Chronicles and released the Isis Spacejet Chronicles: The Complete Collection which featured all 20 tracks available now.  In additon, Dazee Dizzle’s latest release “Lie, Cheat & Steal” and “Blackface” is also available.

For the past couple of years Dazee has participated in various 5K marathons throughout the Chicagoland area.

In 2017 Dazee Dizzle decided to change Chicagogenius.net to daisyfriday.com.

In 2018 Dazee Dizzle moved to Louisville, KY and opened a multimedia studio.

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