NARIP Atlanta Board Member
Daniel Day Zuko is an artist manager and co-founder of Moredopemusic, LLC, a boutique artist development company that works with young acts to help them define their brands and launch their campaigns. After spending nearly a decade working as a promoter and host, Zuko built a strong grassroots network and reputation for being helpful, honest and fair within the Atlanta music community. This has helped him gain a strong skill set and a better understanding of how to help artists set and achieve goals. Wanting to get more directly involved with artist careers, he and long-time business partner Sabrina Hadfield, along with industry friends Wesley G. Curtis and Amir Herron, launched Moredopemusic in December 2014. Select career highlights include managing artists to watch Forrest Isn’t Dead and Frank Mayson, winning (5) Reader’s Pick Awards in Creative Loafing’s Best of Atlanta 2017 Issue (awarded to Moredopemusic Team). The team also took home awards for Best Overall Music Act, Best Hip Hop Act, Best Producer, Best Music Video & Best Local Studio. Zuko is also a graphic designer who studied Visual Communications at Art Institute of Atlanta.