“D.B.L. is from St. Lucia. He’s a hardworking artist who learned the business through me. He’s a great dancer and an incredible entertainer. I think the world is going to love him.” - Jackie Jackson (The Jacksons) Billboard Magazine
As a multi-talented performer who sings, writes and produces music, D.B.L. has worked for Pepsi, Disney, Motorola, CBS, MTV among others. Mentored musically by Jackie Jackson of the Jacksons, D.B.L. found his strongest passion, fusing the tropical rhythms of his native Caribbean into an amalgamation of Reggae, R&B and Pop.
As a songwriter, D.B.L.'s music has been featured in advertising campaigns for Motorola and Verizon and Emmy-award winning television series. His work secured one of the top two spots in the Dance Category of the International Songwriting Competition, out of 11,000 entries from more than 60 countries.
D.B.L.'s second EP, Come Back Home , in 2019 sparked a return to his native island of St. Lucia, where he met with the Prime Minister, visited schools, donated to communities, and spoke to troubled youth.
In December 2020, D.B.L. released his energetic “Your Riddim” and quickly sparked the support of well known local disc jockey D.J. Thump who gave the song its first radio airplay.
D.B.L. has been growing an international fanbase, leading to appearances on 8Now and Fox 5 in Las Vegas, where he now lives, as well as performances at House Of Blues, B.B. King’s Blues Club, and venues in London and the Caribbean.
"I believe my music has the ability to bring the world together," says the entertainer.
D.B.L. has an eye on more island- reggae culture into his local arts community. Officially endorsed by the Mayor of Las Vegas, Carolyn Goodman, D.B.L. mentors aspiring artists and works with local small businesses through his company Roxxstar Entertainment, a Nevada-based multimedia arts company and production house that he runs with abstract artist Fifi Marika.
D.B.L. is also a trained actor, dancer and martial artist, who graduated with honors with a degree in journalism from the Annenberg School for Communications at the University of Southern California.