Growing up Dee Lush was always into drama and acting, though her father influenced her toward music. By her teenage years those things all came together and manifested into a unique sound and style of musician that one Def Jam executive called “the second coming of Michael Jackson.”
Dee Lush has been leaving her stamp throughout Asia and expanding into the U.S. She’s currently signed to a sub-publishing deal with Japan’s music giant Avex Music Group, and just last year signed a one-year licensing deal with Samsung Worldwide to use her music for the Gear VR commercial. She also embarked on a five-week solo tour of China in 2016, performing live on Chinese national TV shows to an enormous 100 million viewers.
The dynamic performance artist, was also specially selected by the music maestro, double Oscar Award winner and four times Grammy winner AR Rahman to be the featured artist on his 'Jai Ho' world tour kicking off across India onto Oman, Qatar, Australia performing to massive audiences of between 40,000 - 100,000. Ar Rahman, specially recorded Lush on a unique version of his popular Bollywood hit 'Chaiya Chaiya' for the tour.
Dee Lush has been influenced by diverse musical influences but the mastery and majestic stage craft of Michael Jackson took hold of her at an early age and fed her desire to become a world class entertainer with her dynamic performances receiving widespread rave reviews and interest from many industry stalwarts and wowing audiences as far afield as the U.K., Africa, and the U.S.
Dee Lush captures elements of each culture in order to represent it and bring it into her own sound. She’s trying to avoid sounding like what you normally hear on the radio. She’s not trying to conform, but to be unique in her own way and pave her own path.”