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By way of Richmond, Virginia, Deli found her passion for music at a very young age. She began singing in her church’s youth choir and school talent shows. Many of her performance skills were developed traveling across the country with various choirs, groups, and eventually on her own. She continued to pursue her career in music while completing her Bachelor of Arts from Virginia Commonwealth University. With the struggles that come with college, she found an escape through songwriting and in 2010, she released her self written & produced EP, Growing Pains.
Deli is putting her dreams into action, starting with the 2014 single, Losing Ground, which introduced her to the mainstream world and gained her new fans from all across the world. All eyes are on Deli now, as she is currently preparing to release her next body of work as well as collaborative efforts within in the Pop, Jazz, and Hip Hop genres.
Deli’s goal is to create an expressive and relatable musical experience for her listeners to find inspiring. Through hard work and dedication, there’s no doubt that Deli is here to stay.
Listen to "Losing Ground"
Singer, songwriter and producer and, Florida's own R&B recording artist Mardy Price, the man behind many local acts. Breaking the underground scene 2 time artist spot light at the hottest radio station in Florida wild 94.1 in the top 30's chart on sound click and still climbing. Mardy is an artist that knows where he belongs and is willing to fight to get there. You can find him in the streets of central Florida pushing mixtapes and touching base with his fans.
"When I think of music I think of life, I think of trials that I’ve been through and I put life into my music, like me or not it’s me, it’s real, it’s what helped me and others get through times where only I could touch them, I’m in their radios and ear phones when they wanna get away from the world". My fans can catch me on Daron Jones site (www.daronjonesmusic.ning.com) where I was invited by none other than Daron Jones himself. You can also find me at facebook.com/mardyprice and twitter.com/mardyprice.
My advice to up and coming artists is to put God first and work hard, network take everything as a chance to be noticed and give it everything you have. You may have to endure, sometimes you can’t sleep to get ahead of the rest, I work over time to meet and greet with the best. God has a plan for us all. Stay tuned, Mardy is working on a mixtape named "Blackout" and you can find that on:
Listen to "Never Coming Home"
"I found that music was all about telling a storie, it maybe your story or someone elses. the truth is there is always someone else who is going through similar things, and it's amazing how music can connect to so many different people in different ways."
After high school came the biggest decision Eella had to make. she was hoping to go to university to lean music performance, when her mum came up with the idea that, she should change couses and take up music production instead. At the time this meant Eella had to give up being a performer and leaving the stage behind.
"I thank my mum everyday for telling me to learn music production, it's one thing when you just play music its a totally different feeling to produce,recoard and or create different styles of music from start to finish."
Eella became an artist, she not only made music for herself, but learned how to produce music for both herself and for other artists. The first original song written and produced by Eella was presented to Richmond Street Records. Which was then placed in the 2014 album, Blender.
The Track Escape had combined influences such as Jordan Specks and Gabriella Aplin along with Eella's unique spin on the genre.
“When I wrote the song Escape I wasn't thinking about how it was going to sound to everyone else or if radio stations would to like it. i just write based on how I felt and things that where happing around me. Music is meant to evoke emotion, and most times people don't know how to feel about thing, and thats when music plays its biggest role." says the Nigerian/ Australian singer.
"This is why Artists such as Whitney Houston, Tina Tuner, Beyonce, Rihanna e.t.c where loved and sill loved, it's because they sang about real things such as: first Love's, heartbreak , fears, happiness, sex, going Crazy ,Partying, being Young, life lessons …I want to write, sing and make
music about this things because, to be honest thats life.”
As a promising Producer, Singer, Songwriter. Eella's craft keeps growing and she continues to become an Artist that can't help but supposes expectation.
Growing up in a family where music was on 24/7, it was no coincidence as to why Eella found a love for music. From the age of 5, she would perform, sing and dance for anyone and everyone around the neighbourhood, in which she grew up in.
"My nickname when I was growing up was Aaliyah. god I wanted to be like her so badly, I wanted to sing like her, learn how to dance like her.
I was 5 years old, and I remember singing 'try agin' so many times that my mum would beg me to shut up!"
At the age of 8, Eella would move from neighbourhood performanceses to live Performance. growing up in Nigeria, Eella's Mother sang with bands at local pubs.
"Living in a countrey where there was no age ID requirements or entry limits. I would go watch my mum sing and would occasionally sing with her on stage"
"I always knew music was what I wanted to do, because even at the age of 8, I couldnt imagine myslef doing anything else. As you grow up people tell you that your ambitions in life would change, but my never did and it probably never will".
By the age of 15, with the stress of high school and being a teenager, Eella needing and outlet for emotions, began writing her own music. (Continued below)
Listen to "Rock You Babe"
Jean-Dominique is a triple threat talent. He is not just an actor, dancer or singer…he is all three and more. Jean-Dominique is a performer in the truest sense.
With a body of work that ranges from upbeat dance tracks to choreographing the hottest dance moves for some of the biggest stars in the music world, Jean-Dominique is someone you want to know.
Jean-Dominique started his career on the Nickelodeon lot acting on well-known programs throughout the 2000′s. He continues to hone his craft and has been featured in national productions and is available for commercials, film and television.
As a choreographer, the list of internationally known performers he has worked with is too long to list. Nevertheless, when you see Jean-Dominique move, you know it. High energy and athletic is the best way to describe his dance moves. When you see a Jean-Dominique move, you won’t soon forget it. Only try them if you are brave enough.
Last but not least, as a singer, Jean-Dominique can’t be put in a box. Hip Hop, Soul, Pop…there are songs in his discography that appeal to people who like good music that makes you want to get up and move.
If you want to know the next big star, get to know Jean-Dominique!