|Born||4 March 1992|
|NEIKED, Wiley, Chip|
Having started to sing at the age of 4, at age 10 she started to take part in talent shows, competitions and performing in school assemblies.
Under her previous stage name 'Ms D', she was credited as the featured artist and co-writer for all three of rapper Wiley's hit singles from his 2013 album The Ascent including UK Chart #1 Single "Heatwave". In December 2012, she was featured on "Dependency", the debut single by English singer Charlie Brown. She is also known for her vocals on rapper Chip's 2009 UK Chart #1 single "Oopsy Daisy". Ms D was credited as a songwriter and backing vocalist for Iggy Azalea's 2013 single "Bounce".
In June 2016, unveiling her new stage name 'Dyo', she was credited as the featured vocalist and co-writer of pop song "Sexual" by Swedish producer NEIKED. The track was a critically acclaimed, multi-platinum selling international hit single. On 15 September 2016, Dyo signed a publishing deal with Warner/Chappell Music. On 19 April 2017, Dyo was nominated for Best Contemporary Song at the 62nd Ivor Novello Awards for her songwriting work on "Sexual". On 25 August 2017, Fifth Harmony released their third studio album which features a song entitled "Lonely Night" co-written by Dyo. In 2018, she collaborated with Nigeria's Adekunle Gold on his About 30 album on a track titled Down With You and arguably the best track on the album which led to her increased popularity in her home country, Nigeria. In June 2018, Luis Fonsi released his new single 'Calypso' ft. Stefflon Don, a song on which Dyo is credited as a co-writer. On 1 October 2018, Dyo received a BMI award for her songwriting contribution on the Maroon 5 hit single 'What Lovers Do'.
|Title||Year||Peak chart positions||Certifications|
(NEIKED featuring Dyo)
|3||UK (BPI): Platinum x2|
(Wiley featuring Chip & Ms D)
(Wiley featuring Ms D)
|2012||1||31||8||1||UK (BPI): Platinum|
|"Can You Hear Me? (Ayayaya)"
(Wiley featuring Skepta, JME & Ms D)
|2012||3||-||26||3||UK (BPI): Gold|
(Chipmunk featuring Ms D)
|2009||1||-||7||1||UK (BPI): Gold|
|"--" denotes single that did not chart or was not released.|
|"Put It Down"
(featuring Ms. D)
|2012||Loick Essien||I.D Mixtape||Featured artist/Co-writer||Loick Essien|
|"Can You Hear Me? (Ayayaya)"
(featuring Skepta, JME and Ms. D)
|Wiley||The Ascent||Richard Cowie, Rodney Hwingwiri, Joseph Adenuga, Jamie Adenuga, Nayla "Sillkey" Largie|
(featuring Ms. D and Chip)
|2013||Richard Cowie, Michael Orabiyi, Talay Riley|
|"Bounce"||Iggy Azalea||The New Classic||Co-writer||Amethyst Kelly, Michael Di Scala, Mark Hadfield, Joecim Papp, Talay Riley, Natalie Sims|
|2016||Neiked||Non-album single||Featured artist/Co-writer||Victor Radstrom, Elina Stridh|
|Chip||Power Up EP||Jahmaal Fyffe, Martin Prospere|
|"Lonely Night"||2017||Fifth Harmony||Fifth Harmony||Co-writer||Jason Evigan, Ally Hernandez, Dinah Jane, Lauren Jauregui, Normeni Hamilton, Stefan Johnson, Jordan Johnson, Marcus Lomax|
|"What Lovers Do"
|Maroon 5||Red Pill Blues||Adam Levine, Brittany Talia Hazzard, Jason Evigan, Solana Rowe, Victor Radstrom, Elina Stridh|
(featuring Lotto Boyz and Mr Eazi)
|2018||M.O||Non-album single||Scott Hoffman, Daniel Traynor, Oluwatosin Ajibade|
(with Stefflon Don)
|Luis Fonsi||Luis Lopez-Cepero, Maurico Rengifo, Andres Torres, Stephanie Allen|
|"Name on It"
(featuring Burna Boy)
|Four of Diamonds||TBA||Daniel Traynor, Tre Jean-Marie, Damini Ogulu|
|"Love Ain't Enough"||Jacob Banks||Village||Jacob Banks, Jazmine Sullivan, Kazza Alexander, Charles Harmon, Benedetto Rotondi|
|Four of Diamonds||TBA||Daniel Heloy Davidsen, Peter Wallevik, Mich Hansen, Caroline Ailin, Neil Ormandy, Gino Borri|
|M.O||Non-album single||Daniel Traynor, Ali Ahmed, Jahmaal Fyffe|
|"Favourite Thing"||2019||Fleur East||TBA||Fleur East, Philip Plested, George Tizzard, Richard Parkhouse|