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Daniel Caesar Releases New Single ‘Do You Like Me?’

Multi-Platinum, GRAMMY® Award-winning singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer Daniel Caesar drops his newest single “Do You Like Me?” today via Republic Records/Universal Music Canada—listen HERE and watch lyric video HERE.

The song—produced by renowned Multi-Platinum artist Raphael Saadiq alongside Caesar and Dylan Wiggins—juxtaposes an airy, laid back vibe with the insecurities of romantic relationships.

On the inspiration behind the track, Daniel Caesar says, “A song about a woman I respect deeply.. 90 degrees of a love triangle.”

“Do You Like Me?” sets the stage for more to come from Caesar in 2023 and follows a whirlwind 2022 for the artist.

Last year, he dropped his single “Please Do Not Lean” feat. Badbadnotgood to critical acclaim after a career-defining headline performance at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, which drew massive crowds and featured a surprise appearance by Justin Bieber to sing their smash hit “Peaches.” Not to mention, Caesar took to the 2022 GRAMMY Awards stage alongside Bieber and Giveon to perform the song, after it received four GRAMMY® nominations, two Billboard Music Award nominations, amassed billions of streams, and also landed Caesar his first #1 on the Billboard 100 Chart.

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