“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 performer, singer and composer D.B.L. has worked for Pepsi, Disney, Motorola, CBS, MTV among others. D.B.L. has been featured in the New York Times, Back Stage West/Drama-Logue, Orange County Register, Billboard Magazine and in the book “Michael Jackson, Inc.” by Zack O’ Malley Greenburg.
Mentored musically by Jackie Jackson of the Jacksons, D.B.L. fuses the tropical rhythms of his native Caribbean into an amalgamation of Reggae, R&B and Pop. D.B.L.'s music has been featured in advertising campaigns for Motorola and Verizon and Emmy-award winning television series.
In 2018, D.B.L. signed with Jackson’s Critically Amused record label and recorded his first single Another Round, followed by his EP Island Vibez executive produced by Jackson.
His second EP, Come Back Home released by Roxxstar Entertainment in 2019 sparked a return to his native roots of St. Lucia. On his tour he met with the Prime Minister of his country, visited schools and spoke to troubled youth.
With a growing international online fanbase, D.B.L. has performed in the U.S., London and the Caribbean including at House Of Blues and B.B. King’s Blues Club. In Las Vegas, where he now lives, he has made several appearances on 8Now and Fox 5.
D.B.L.'s energetic “Your Riddim” sparked the support of Las Vegas disc jockey D.J. Thump in 2020.
"I believe music has the ability to bring the world together," says D.B.L.
Officially endorsed by the Mayor of Las Vegas Carolyn Goodman, D.B.L. is committed to bringing more Caribbean culture to his city.
"Every vibe finds his tribe," says D.B.L.
"Stay true to who you are and you will find your people," says the artist and entrepreneur.
In addition to his career in entertainment, D.B.L. graduated from the Annenberg School at the University of Southern California. He is also a member of the Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society.
"I think college taught me the business side of things," says the U.S.C. alum.
Now owner of Roxxstar Entertainment, a Nevada-based multimedia production house, the trained actor, dancer and musician has been busy mentoring other artists.
"I've learned from the best. I've also learned from my own mistakes. It's time to pay that forward."
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