Life’s trials, tests, and tribulations could not prevent Jamaican-American R&B artist Danté LaBelle from striving to the top to achieve all of his goals he set forth musically.
Born and raised in a large family in Uniondale, New York, Danté LaBelle began his singing career at the age of ten after becoming greatly inspired by a Michael Jackson concert he watched on television. This newfound love of music and dance moves led LaBelle to use a computer system at school called GarageBand to create his own unique beats, which he then sang over.
While Dante hasn’t been in the game too long, his purpose is clear: to use music as his personal meditation and medication for others. With that in mind, LaBelle released a brand new visual for his single “Addiction,” which you can check out above. You can also find him via his Instagram.
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