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Taylor Deneen is a singer-songwriter from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Her signature sound comes from a variety of genres including R&B, pop, gospel, and jazz. Some of her influences are Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston, and D’Angelo. She began singing at the age of 6 and composing music shortly afterward. At just 21, she has performed for the likes of Missy Elliott, Chaka Khan, Dee Dee Bridgewater, and Epic Records’ Sylvia Rhone, to name a few. She has studied under the direction of musical director Rob Lewis, known for his work with Christina Aguilera and Toni Braxton. A full scholarship recipient, she's also a winner of the Berklee Voice Department’s Outstanding Performer Award.
Deneen recently sang in Berklee’s 2021 commencement concert, paying tribute to Pharrell Williams with his hit song “Happy.” This summer, she will complete her studies, obtaining a Bachelor of Music in professional music and contemporary writing and production. When you hear her, she'll move you with her distinct sound and effortless vocals.
Watch Deneen cover H.E.R.'s "I Can't Breathe":