Many often fantasize about waking up one morning, leaving their current situation, moving to a new city, and pursuing that certain something they have always wanted; “The Dream”. Well to some it sounds like a fairy tale, but it became a reality for R n B artist, Denice Stone.
Born and raised in Toronto, the Trinidadian beauty of Native Indian descent noticed that her deep rooted passion for music had grown immensely. So one morning she woke up and headed to New York City, with just a suitcase and songbook. "I'd rather die enormous than live dormant, this is my dream and I can't stop until I've fulfilled my destiny", comments Stone.
With influences ranging from Alicia Keys to Bob Marley, Denice vividly remembers how music had a positive impact on her household. At the tender age of 12, she wrote her first song and realized music would play a vital role in her life forever. Still searching to broaden her horizons in entertainment, Denice enrolled in the academy of Design and Technology as a Film Production major. She began to collaborate with several producers to steadily develop her catalogue as a writer, while balancing her required school work.
Upon arrival in New York , the dedicated songbird caught the ear of some of the industry's finest producers, namely; Souldiggaz (Beyonce, Britney Spears), D'Mile / Darkchild (Natasha Bedingfield, Pussycat Dolls), S1 (Kanye West, Madonna, Jay Z, Eminem) ...and many others. Denice spent the next few years dedicating her time to learning the business and preparing herself for the world. Her unique voice and vocal ability bring a fresh new sound to Urban music and her writing tells stories of all different shades of life. The pieces have finally come together for the self-proclaimed Triple Threat. She's a talented singer, songwriter and dancer, but most of all she prides herself in remaining focused on achieving her goals.
"I've been through storms and fought the hardest battles alone. But through it all my story was written and my voice set free. Im ready to share my story with the world now. Music saved Me" - DENICE STONE