Several collaborations between Jack & Joy and Inaya Day on Adaptor Recordings: Til The Morning Comes, Sweet Lover and ‘Menini & Viani ft Roz Brown – It’s On Tonight’ which Jack & Joy Remix peaked number 1 on Music Week Club Chart.
Inaya Day (born Inaya Davis, January 17, 1977, New York) is an American singer, best known for her vocal work on house music tracks such as “Horny” by Mousse T, and her cover version of “Nasty Girl” by Prince protégé Vanity 6. Inaya Day started singing in church in Brooklyn. She attended the prestigious High School of Music and the Performing Arts, and went on to study musical theater at the University of Bridgeport in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Day has also appeared on Broadway, notably as understudy to Stephanie Mills as “Dorothy” in The Wiz, and stepped into the lead role in Washington, D.C. and St. Louis, Missouri.
She has had extensive experience as a session musician, having appeared on tracks by Michael Jackson, Al Green, Puff Daddy, MC Lyte, Queen Latifah, Monie Love, Big Daddy Kane and Jonathan Butler. Day has also written songs for Randy Crawford and Bootsy Collins, and has writing credits on Missy Elliott’s”Gossip Folks” (the second single from her Under Construction album), on which Day co-wrote the hook and provided backing vocals.