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"De'Juan Love" was born deep in the bayou country of Louisiana. After a few years, his mother decided to relocate to Northern California and raised her youngest son in the Hunters Point Garlington housing projects of San Francisco.

He was raised singing in Church and it was there that he developed a love for music and showcased has god given ethereal voice. De'Juan Love's baritone sound goes right into the listeners heart, while his range proves to be smooth and effortless. He has been compared to Luther Vandross in both sound and the soothing effect he has on listeners. He also has been coined the "West Coast's Jahiem" De'Juan says he just feels blessed that the lord gave him the ability to sing and that people want to listen. Juan's vocal coach says about him, "I have been teaching voice for 30 years, and De'Juan voice is one of the most natural, pure and effortless that I have ever heard".

DeJuan prides himself on being a singer/songwriter and explains that writing songs have helped him get through tough times throughout his life. In his debut release "The Dejuan Love Story" he talks about bad relationships he's been through, the difficulties of growing up poor in the inner city, and being a young Black father. He also dedicates a song to his mother whom he describes as "two parents in one" in the song, "Thanks to You".

De'Juan's pedigree includes singing back-up on numerous hip hop songs that receive airplay in major metropolitan areas, and at 25 he's ready to break out on his own.

When asked what he hopes to bring to the music world he says, "I want people to remember love. The kind of love that comes from way down in your soul, and moves all through your spirit...There's too much wrong in the world to leave this place without feeling love."

DeJuan Love's album is set for release in Early 2009. Be on the lookout, you will not be dissappointed, this man can sang ya'll.