Dominique Young
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The best kept secret in music

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Still working on that hot first release.

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Feeling a bit camera shy

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If you were one of the millions watching the final episode of Making the Band 3 Season 2, you weren't the only one in total shock when Dominique didn't make the band. Not after she brought tears to your eyes with her rendition of Deborah Cox's Nobody's Supposed to Be Here just weeks earlier and Diddy said “I can't send nobody home that does what you just did” and “That's how you come through in the clutch Boo! That's who I like to roll with!”

Dominique has been singing her heart out since the tender age of two years old, when adults wondered what she knew about Karyn White's Superwoman. She has a powerful soprano that warms your soul and makes you wonder how all that power fit into that five foot frame. Although Making the Band was Dominique's first major step towards her goal of a singing career, don't think that she has no musical experience. She sang with her high school choir and both her high school and college acapella groups. She lists Mary J. Blige and Stevie Wonder as her musical inspirations and comes from a family where both her mother and father were singers. Although she appeared on Showtime at the Apollo and competed in several local talent shows in New York, she postponed her musical career to focus on her education.

Now is the time for the world to experience what her friends and family have been enjoying for years. Working with the likes of R & B sensation Ne-Yo and producers Shea Taylor and DJ Eddie F, Dominique's upcoming solo debut is definitely something to look out for. She is an inspiration for young people and wants to show them that you can focus on education and still follow your dreams. Dominique is here to prove that you don't have to Make the Band to make it big.