BIOGRAPHY

DOMANIQUE GRANT is an Indie-pop Singer/ Songwriter, Motivational Speaker and an interdisciplinary Performance Artist.

“A magical modern pop experience the incorporates grand harps and performance art.”

A rare combination of talent, entrepreneurialism, creativity and whimsical fierceness, DOMANIQUE GRANT is an artist of many things; but the Toronto born, Sia meets Sade sounding, trilingual versed powerhouse—is anything but conventional.

Upon being introduced to DOMANIQUE on festival bills, you might ask how an independent artist only gearing up to release her debut single, has sold out TEDx Talks; appeared in the Toronto Pan American Games Closing Ceremony–Canada’s largest international sporting games— to over 1.5 million people; and been invited to perform on stages in cities from Buenos Aires to Uganda. Well simply put, Domanique is an artist of a different breed.

Grant’s uncommon obsession for live harps, laced together with her gifted songwriting abilities, milky vocal tone and love for catchy soul-world-pop inspired beats, make audiences just connect and let go.

Her debut EP album set for a 2018 release features collaborations with with Kuya (Alessia Cara, Little Mix, JRDN) and more in addition music that has been in CBC’s Top 8 Official Anthem for Toronto Search, Dora Nominated shows and more.

“An artist whose story breaks convention”

-Yonge Street Media

But it’s Grant’s story that also turns head. Grant got into music only after living in between three continents before the age of 21, traveling the world as a motivational speaker, becoming the youngest president of two co-op housing organizations in Canadian history and then performing and being asked to write music inside of prominent Canadian theatres. It was there that she learned how to transform unique characters and experiences stuck in her head as a kid into music and live experiences.

“Merely sitting next to Domanique is inspirational.”
– Toronto Star

 

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