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"Here I Am" - 2002
"Dying Daily...A Journey Through Spiritual Growth" - 2005


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Born in the great city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania into a family of musicians and entertainers, Desiree Neal(singer/songwriter, mother of 1), better known as Dezzie has been singing since the age of 7.

Remembering stories shared by her beloved grandmother of how they survived daily by proving God at his word and encouraging themselves through the music that rested in their hearts helped Dezzie come full circle on her latest project to speak to those most broken.

Dezzie’s life experience was one that was perfectly depicted in her debut single, “Lost My Way,” which was written by Dezzie's labelmate TWyse. Her personal struggles have molded her into the self-sufficient woman woman of God she is today. Her hunger for more spiritual growth is evident as she sings and shares the love of Christ with others. Dezzie's project is also a spiritual journey for those people in a backslidden state that are searching for a divine way out of their current situation.

With musical influences including Nancy Wilson, Earth, Wind & Fire, Mighty Clouds of Joy, and Jill Scott, Tonex, Deitrick Haddon, Tye Tribbett and others, Dezzie’s musical style is equally as diverse with an urban flare. It is best described as soulful yet poetic, funky yet classy. Not many artists can have such descriptions that comprises one project. However, Dezzie can and does.

Her first album, “Here I Am”(released back in 2002) was a compilation of soulful songs that represented a cry out to the Lord from the lips of a prodigal child. Her brilliant follow-up CD “Dying Daily” perfectly illustrates her spiritual growth and walk with God. This project is personal as it relates to various trials endured along her journey. Dezzie says she wants backslidden souls to know that there is still hope and the lost to know that life is more fulfilling in Christ.