November 10th, 2011 | By xxclusivee
Two covers from new singer David Duane. He remixed Britney Spears’s Till The World Ends and J.Cole’s Work Out. Let me see what you think. Is he a hit or miss? Leave comments below
David Duane, a young Pop/R&B singer-songwriter and dancer started singing at the age of 11 years old. He started his training as a dancer in 1999. David discovered his talent while he was on the phone with two of friends, singing the hit single “Leave (Get Out)” by. JoJo. In the year of 2002, he formed a male duo group which would feature Malcolm B, David’s best friend and David. The group went by the name “DM3”. David says “I came up with the name while Malcolm & I were on the phone one day. But the “DM” is for our name and the 3 is just the magic number.” DM3 wrote & produced there first song together which never released titled “Party Over There”. A year later, DM3 disbanded to create a new group with a female songstress, Maegan, another friend of David. Once Maegan joined the group they were known as “Harmony”. So with the new group line up David, Malcolm, and Maegan worked hard together as a trio. David felt so inspired to write a song for the group titled, “We Are Harmony”.
“I love that song….It was an introduction to who we’re as a group and solo artist. “ David said. David as a younger child always had a dream of being in a group but the other didn’t. The group broke up as David and Malcolm moved forward as a writing team under the name “DM3”. The two both were writing songs for other artist, themselves, and each other. Once again, David wrote two records which would be a song for his album in the near future. “Lose Me (U Lose Me) “was about being in a relationship where the female was cheating and David breaks up with her. “I Don’t Care” was a song about a guy speaking to the haters telling them that his doesn’t care about their negativity. David then began his work as a solo artist writing songs and continued working as a dancer. Now David is hard at working on on his debut album and EP coming out in 2012/2013. The sound his going is described as “pop-r&b-soul-rock-electro twist” known as “Pop&B”. “Pop&B” is a sound that David created just for his career as a singer-songwriter to stand out in the Unsigned/Indie music artist world.