Deebzlenuz, also known as Dominic O. Lee, is an ambitious up and coming artist with a voice that transcends genres. Influenced by Bob Marley, Gregory Isaac, Dennis Brown, Peter Tosh and Bounty Killer, his music represents the beat of his heart, the race of his pulse and his life. In short, Deebzlenuz is a force to be reckoned with.
Born on a small Caribbean island named Montserrat, near Antigua and Barbuda, Deebzlenuz grew up in the West Indies and was inspired by the emerging West African, Calypso, Soca and Reggae sound.
"Music was our lives," Deebzlenuz said. "It represented our thoughts and gave us a voice in the community to express ourselves."
He determined at a young age that he would take music to a level it had never before been taken. It was not long after he wrote his first song that his life changed forever. Today he has written and recorded more than 300 songs.
Deebzlenuz spends many of his days and nights in the studio perfecting his craft. Because of his devotion and talent, he was awarded with the 2007 Holla Back Music Video Awards Reggae Artist of the Year. The award served to further motivate him and confirmed the long hours spent in the studio were paying off.
Deebzlenuz has performed all over including the Columbian Festival in Norwalk, CT and the New York City Puerto Rican Parade.
He has also performed at countless clubs throughout the tri-state area, including:
has completed three projects to date including his mixtapes "My
Feelings” and "Yard & Foreign," and his album "Outta
Deebzlenuz via email. He can also be found on Facebook, YouTube, iTunes, CD Baby and many
other internet sites.