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Daniel Bern is an 19 year old R&B and Pop artist from Brooklyn, New York who realizes the impact of the baton that has been passed down from R&B legends such as Michael Jackson, Marvin Gaye and Steve Wonder to upcoming artists like him. Daniel began singing in and leading the choir at his church by age 7. Singing in the church choir guided Daniel to start writing songs by the age of 13. Even though Daniel hails from New York the heart of the music industry, he has always understood that he would have to work very hard to build a name for himself as an artist. Born to parents who were musically inclined as well, Daniel understood the gift of creating music that he received and vowed not to take it for granted. It was Daniel’s mother and sister who encouraged him to start record his written songs at age 15. With some artists the studio can be a scary and intimating environment but not for Daniel, who felt at home once he entered the studio to start recording his music. Bitten by the creative and artistic bug Daniel recorded a catalog of 25 songs that is growing and started finishing up work on his debut EP that will be released officially in January 2013.
Mature beyond his years Daniel is clear on making music that is not sexually charged with explicit lyrics that leave little to the imagination. He shows his maturity and understanding of pure love on songs including “Someone” and “Let Me Please” a song with a title that may lead one to believe involves an explicit subject matter but surprisingly the lyrics are all about love. In addition to making mature music that both young and older people can relate to, Daniel strives to make multifaceted music that will reach around the world to all cultures. Daniel has a modern and unique sound that is not a prototype of many of the current artists in R&B, he remains rooted in being original like many of the legends from the past including Whitney Houston, Luther Vandross and James Brown who defined who they were as artists. Controversy and placing his personal life on display is not how Daniel would like to ascend to the top of the music industry, building a brand based on quality on being genuine is the only formula he will use for gaining exposure and fans. One of Daniel’s major goals is to get signed to a label where he will be allowed to promote his creativity as an artist. Daniel is adding the finishing touches on his upcoming EP and looking to perform more around New York and in other areas. For the latest updates regarding Daniel please visit http://www.reverbnation.com/dannyb94