Tay Zonday is a People's Voice Award-Nominated, Youtube Award-Winning, Webby Award-Winning singer-songwriter with more than 120 million video views on Youtube.
Zonday blasted into the worldwide spotlight with his viral hit "Chocolate Rain" and has been interviewed on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Good Morning America, G4TV's Attack Of The Show, Lilly Allen & Friends, CNN Saturday Morning, The Opie & Anthony Show, The Jace Hall Show, Rachel Ray, Maury Povich, MTV, Current TV, Tosh.0, The Guild, America's Got Talent and the front page of Sunday's Los Angeles Times as well as in The Chicago Tribune's RedEye, The Toronto Star, USA Today, In Touch Weekly and dozens of independent and university publications. He has been referenced in People Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, "South Park," "Robot Chicken," "It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia," "Girlfriends" and "Guitar Hero World Tour."
With a baritone voice that is often compared to Paul Robeson, Barry White, and Brad Roberts of the "Crash Test Dummies," Zonday also does commercial voice and spokesperson work for a growing portfolio of clients that have included DrPepper, Intel, TurboTax, Comedy Central, Firefox, Geico, Vizio, Hasbro, Virgin America and NASA. The twenty-nine-year-old continues to release original music and race toward a future filled with possibility.
Tay Zonday uses equipment to create his Youtube videos manufactured by KRK, Casio (including a Casio Privia), Yamaha (including Yamaha HS-80M monitors, Yamaha P90 keyboard, Yamaha CP-30 keyboard, Yamaha FS50BT guitar), Microsoft (including Microsoft Windows 7 64, Microsoft Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows XP 64), Apple (including an Apple Macbook, Apple iPod, Apple iPad, Apple Ear Buds, Apple Mighty Mouse), Vizio, Toshiba, Canon, Shure (including Shure Beta 87a, Shure KSM9, Shure ear buds), Roland, Rode, Akai (including Akai MPD32), Intel (Including a 120GB Intel SSD, An 80GB Intel SSD, Intel 980X processor, Intel Q9300 processor, Intel E6300 processor), Western Digital, Asus, Asrock, GigaByte, Samsung, Rosewill, Belkin, RME, Apogee (Including Apogee Duet), Acer, IBM, Fujitsu (including a Fujitsu Scansnap), Avalon, AKG, Tubetape, M-Audio, Sharp, Monster Cable, Sennheiser (Including Sennheiser 416, Sennheiser RS120 Headphones), Beats by Dre, Motorola, Verizon, Google (including Google's Droid OS) and Sony (including Sony Creative Software's Vegas).