The DYSON story
“If it sounds good, it is good,” said Duke Ellington.
His testimony turns into prophecy the moment you hear the voice of DYSON, so it’s no wonder the U.K. native has gained noteworthy performance requests: Amber Rose’s SlutWalk 2016, various Pride events/TigerHeat, LAFW, The Globe Arena, corporate events, etc. Radio and Spotify playlists additions including both NRK P3 and MP3 in Scandinavia and ElectroNOW Spotify’s biggest EDM playlist and highprofile, industry supporters Rodney Jerkins, Perez Hilton, Dave Aude, Martin Kierszenbaum, Evan Lamberg, Donna Caseine and Randy Jackson to name a few.
DYSON started singing and writing songs at five years old, setting her on a course that led to her signing with music publishing titan UMPG: a mutually rewarding partnership that has enjoyed multiplatinum successes in the Asia Pacific and European markets with megastars like Girls’ Generation (“Bad Girl”), Taeyeon “Why”, Jo Kwon´s the Avicci produced “Animal”, Astrid S “Paper Thin” and Wiktoria “Save Me” and “Lay Me Down”. “I love turning stories into songs,” she says, “but I always knew I had this other gift hidden deep inside… This other person. I just never told anyone.”
Well, that was until she found herself collaborating with A2 Productions, the multiplatinum selling production duo comprised of Grammy award winner Andre Lindal and Anthony Preston, who saw that hidden treasure and jumped at the chance to sign her to an artist development and production deal.
Only a few short months after releasing her debut single “App All Night” and the Sander Kleinenberg collaboration “Feel Like Home”, DYSON is now a Billboard charting artist landing in the top 10 sports for dance and pop records. DYSON´s unique tone can also currently be found on the new Shaun Frank single “No Future”. And in case you din´t know, Shaun Frank is known for co-operating one of the biggest singles of 2016 “Closer” by The Chainsmokers.
DYSON os a multifaceted force to be reckoned with, armed with a catalogue of hot songs, she is blazing a trail and taking no prisoners on the way to pop stardom.