Let us introduce to you one of Liberia-Ghana-Africa’s finest brewed…DenG. He is one of Liberia’s finest who is currently working with gusto with topnotch producers like Posigee, first grade acts like Sarkodie and as well carving a niche for himself in the path that seems right to him. From our time well spent with him, we can authoritatively say that he is gradually building himself as one of the consistent musicians that will shake our eardrums in 2017. His ability is amazingly impressive on and off the booth, stage or even when relaxing.
Let us tell you about the African Entertainment Music Group (AEMG) Record Label signee, DenG (pronounce Dench) was born, Daniel Tom George. At the tender age of ten he joined his church choir where he and his family realized that he had the gift of singing. When the Liberian civil war erupted, DenG alongside his family migrated to neighboring country Ghana, where he was able to improve his talent by singing and performing for locals while attending the Achimota secondary boarding school.
He later joined a singing group and wrote the majority of their recorded demos but later parted from the group due to unresolved differences. His first recognition into the lime light came from his collaboration with Liberian R&B singer and songwriter Emma Smith titled, “I want to go”.
At this point of time DenG was known as an R&B Artist singing in the purist form of R&B, however studying the Liberian entertainment Industry, and analyzing its market, he realized that his genre of music required change in order to become a hit maker and to gain respect within the Liberian community worldwide.
DenG’s impressive style cum creative deliveries has been enjoyed over and over again on different beats he jumps on, therefore, leaving music fans to come into acceptance with his chic style, also this style has already been felt by the likes of Takun J, TanTan, Queen V, R2bees, J-Martin, et al, which he has shared same booth and stage with.
Curled from AfricanEntertainment.com