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Sheis Phoenix


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Still working on that hot first release.



She has the voice, the beauty, and the talent, not to mention the ambition and pizazz to hold her own among the best. There is no doubt that R&B songbird, Danielle Marie “Phoenix” Green is about to take the industry by storm, and with her provocative edginess, dynamic range, and unmistakable star quality, she on the road to undoubtedly becoming a household name.

Born in Boston and raised in Dorchester, Mass., Phoenix began singing at the age of five, crooning to Michael Jackson and Envogue songs, and then later singing in the school choir. She attended an arts high school in Boston where she studied classical music, opera, and jazz. Determined to break into the industry, Phoenix starting appearing on several mix tapes of local rappers, including Aquarius, and working on some music of her own.

It was through a mutual friend that Phoenix met NFL star Raheem Brock and the two hit it off instantly. She let him hear some of the tracks that she had recorded and he quickly became a fan. “At that time, I was trying to basically figure out what I was going to do with my career and where it was going to go,” recalls Phoenix. When Brock mentioned to her that he was starting his record label, Beast Modez, and looking for a female singer, she thought he was asking her to help him find one. But she was the one who Brock had in mind. “So I ended up signing with him because he proved to me that he really wanted to see my career take off,” Phoenix says. “He started linking me up with song writers and producers that he knew in the industry.”

Phoenix immediately went into the studio and began working on her upcoming mix tape, “Concrete Love,” a collection of nine raw, gritty, and brutally honest tracks guaranteed to conjure some interesting conversations. The first single and one of the two original tracks, “Took a Shot” is a mellow track about love getting the best of someone, while the title track, “Concrete Love,” which features underground Boston rapper, Maine, is sexy street anthem about unapologetically loving a bad boy. With Phoenix’s passionate voice and songwriters Andrea Martin (who’s worked with Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, and Mary J. Blige) and Corté Ellis (who’s written for Beyoncé and Jennifer Hudson), DJ Dilemma, as well as Timbaland’s producer, Whiz, contributing their expertise to “Concrete Love,” the mix tape undeniably proves that Phoenix is a force to be reckoned with.

“The songs tell my story and it’s the only way I know how to tell it. Sure, I can do the sweet stuff, but I want to show people who I am,” Phoenix says. “I feel like a lot of men and women will be able to relate, especially men. I’ve been getting a lot of feedback from people telling me the mix tape is crazy because it’s straight up, in your face, and not sugar coated.”

Phoenix is excited and optimistic about the buzz that the mix tape is surely going to generate. She can’t wait to take her career to the next level and with her tireless work ethic and drive; she is ready to show the world that she has the capability of being one of the most magnetic artists to come out in a while. “I love being in front of a crowd. I’m not a shy person, I love entertaining, I love seeing the reactions I can get when I open my mouth and sing. It excites me to see how far I can end up,” she says. “I believe in myself and I’m excited to see how the mix tape is going to open up doors for a lot of other things I want to do.”

Some of those things include giving back to the community and mentoring underprivileged girls. “I really want to use my career to be able to help those in need and give back. I look forward to being a role model and somebody that young girls can look up to. I can’t wait.”

Now dividing her time between New York, Philadelphia, Boston, and Miami, Phoenix continues to spend a lot of time writing and recording enough material for the album she is determined to eventually put out. She also hopes to be able to work with Kanye West, Sean Garrett, The Dream, and Rick Ross on that album.

Is the industry ready for Phoenix? They better get ready because this singing powerhouse is destined for success. “This has all been a blessing. Five years ago I knew I’d be singing, but I didn’t think I’d be signed to Raheem Brock’s label or about to release a project like this one. I’ve worked really hard and everything I’ve dreamed of is coming true.”