This Native South Carolina girl, Dani Dease, is a refreshing country singer and is releasing her second EP “Elevator” in the coming weeks.
Her first EP, “Brave” captured her drive to succeed and living her dream. The song “Mojo Back” describes her positive reaction to move on with her career after a diagnosis of Alopecia and losing all her hair. Instead of hiding her condition under a wig, she chose. Instead, to be a role model for others with the message that “It’s okay to be different”.
Dani has also been recognized on several music charts, both in the United States and internationally. She was #1 on She Wolf Radio for two weeks and has been recognized on many other country charts throughout the past year.
“Musically my influences were Carrie Underwood, Demi Lovato, and Ariana Grande. Their voices are phenomenal. I have also always been a big fan of Adele.” Dani also noted that she has been fortunate to work with some very talented people and credited them for helping her get to where she is today. “Kent Slucher and James Cook from Luke Bryan’s band played the majority of the tracks for my previous album. I also am working with producer/guitarist, Darin Favorite, who has worked with many other talented artists.”
“My EP, “Brave”, captured my drive to succeed. The uplifting album starts with title track ‘Brave’, an empowering song about living my dreams.. Whether it’s being brave, laid back, or loving someone completely, the album shows the many sides of my outgoing personality. For myself being an honest and positive role model is important.”
She sums up her philosophy like this, “I like to touch listener’s lives one person at a time.”