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Sensual, sultry, and captivating are words that have all been used to describe the sweet voice of the chart- topping songstress Dragonfly. This Filipino/Italian/American started her vocal career with a vocal audition for the High School Of Performing Arts, Fiorello H. LaGuardia in New York City. Her fellow alumni included actors Omar Epps, Marlon Wayans, and Malcolm Jamal Warner among other successfulcont ribut ors t o American pop cult ureDragonfly's first recorded vocal performance came out of collaborat ion wit h producer John Kano on a t rack called “Sensual” on AV8 Records. The record became a club hit and was licensed several times over to record labels worldwide.Dragonfly decided to take a unique and previously untried route with her next release “Mahal Kita” (I Love You), a soulful track recorded in her native Filipino language Tagalog, a first for a New York vocalist. Dragonfly was confident that the release while being different would appeal to a global audience so she invested her own money into pressing about a thousand vinyl copies on her own label and went to work. She set up her own distribution network hitting key record shops, vinyl distributors, and influential DJs. Her hard work paid off eventually getting the track signed to Neat Music in the U.K..“Mahal Kita” would later be licensed to the famed Café Del Mar Compilation series, and it appeared on two compilations on the world re-known Hed Kandi imprint in t he U.K.Dragonfly's next two collaborations came via Estonian producers Vibe Residents.After flying to this small former republic of the Soviet Union to record “Temptation” and “ DJ's Calling” she was able to catch the ear of superstar DJ/producer Roger Sanchez, who picked up both releases for Stealth Records, Roger's own Amsterdam based label imprint. “Temptation” would later be re-released on a “Dirty Vegas” Compilation for New York Based Ultra Records and later appears on the Roger Sanchez “Release Yourself” Compilation series. “DJ's Calling” further expanded Dragonfly's global reach becoming a favorite among topDJ's from the U.S. all the way to Australia. “DJ's Calling” as has been the trend with all her earlier releases was licensed quite extensively, with the very well known “Soulfuric In The House” compilation series on U.K. based Defected records being included among them. Dragonfly's vocals have continued being a presence both on worldwide dance floors and as a favorite among top labels and Dj's around the world. “Blue Skies” on Swedish label Deeplay, “Nocturnal” on Newlite Muzik US, “Victim Of Love” on France's Krome Records as well as “Turn Me On” on DJ Exact a's Double Frequency imprint have all received bot h commercial and crit ical acclaim t opping the dance and radio play charts in several countries.Dragonfly has performed at prestigious venues and festivals worldwide including opening up for Roger Sanchez at Estonia's massive Sun Dance Festival in July of 2001, and was invited back before crowds estimated at about 30,000 to open up for dance music superstar Crystal Waters at the same festival in July 2002. She continues to record and perform, winning over fans worldwide with her very distinctive vocal style and her passion for the music she loves...


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Blanco y Negro | 2012-09-04