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|Info:||WeezAy was born and enrolled on a small Indian Reservation
in Montana. Her tribe is the Assiniboine people, who
branched off the Sioux Nation to form what is called the
Nakoda people. She was born November 21, 1982 in Harlem,
WeezAy was introduced to music by her Father, Dean Doney
Sr., who taught her how to sing. She began singing at a very
young age performing in churches across the U.S. and other
social events. She sang gospel music with her family for the
majority of her life and later decided to pursue a career in
Songwriter & Producer
WeezAy writes her own songs and produces some of her own
music along with her brother and producer, Dean Doney Jr.
She has collaborated with many other artists such as Group 1
Crew's Manwell, and Bound4Glory Record's Artist Prozpera
She has performed in several different Venues across the
U.S.such as Phoenix, Arizona and different parts of America.
WeezAy has a serious passion for music but more than
anything her goals are to present postive music and be a
postive role model for everyone. Whether or not she gets
signed she will always continue on doing what she love's
because Weezay has a true love for music.
The femcee is about to release her debut album "Another Day"
|Media:||[Digital Download] |
|Recordlabel:||North Side Sound|
|Info:||The album is scheduled for release in July/August 2008
Production by Dean Doney Jr.
All Instruments by Dean Doney Jr.
All songs written by Louise L. Doney (WeezAy) and Co-wrote
by Dean Doney Jr. except for Need Your Love written by Casey
1. Another Day
2. Get Ya Hands Up - featuring Dean D
3. Other Side
4. Listen Up - featuring Supaman
5. Captivate - featuring SMC
6. Home Girls
7. Let Him Go
9. Pressure - featuring Whuteva
10. Need Some Help - featuring Dean D
11. Hard Times - featuring Manwell of Group 1 Crew &
12. What If
13. Need Your Love - featuring Dean D
14. Pressure Remix - featuring RSA & Whuteva
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