PREMIERE: Dom Marcell Channels Nostalgic R&B On New Album, “U-Nique Destiny”

From Wall Street investment banker to center stage Dom Marcell entices listeners with his soulful vocals, contemporary pop-based melodies, and nostalgic R&B flavor. Nothing captures this better than his new album (and today’s premiere), U-Nique Destiny, produced by Mantra (Future, Rihanna), the independent recording artist showcases his smooth, emotive vocals and tight, melodious productions that seem reminiscent of renowned superstar Craig David.

Singles like “DTK,” “I Do,” and “That’s What’s Up” could best be described as fun, dance-pop productions complete with catchy beats and dulcet vocals. “Dirty Laundry” its a captivating tune replete with intoxicating melodies and powerful songwriting that enraptures the senses. “Church Night” is a smooth, soulful, sultry, uptempo bedroom anthem that reflects on the experience of spiritual sex with racy lyrics such as “you take me to Church calling out for Jesus.” U-Nique Destiny ends with the passionate ballad “Dreams” displaying his softer side with his poetic and emotive songwriting perfectly complimented by ethereal female vocals. Eloquently fusing together contemporary R&B, pop, hip-hop, and dance music, on U-Nique Destiny Dom shares his unique, signature sound and relentless passion. From Wall Street investment banker to the recording studio, Dom Marcell is an artist for today’s generation whose unwavering talent and keen business sense will undoubtedly help him rise to the top.

Multi-faceted independent recording artist Dom Marcell brings back nostalgia-tapping sensuous lyrics and sonic motifs, expanding the framework of pop songwriting and production. Born Dominique Marcell Collins on the island of Puerto Rico and raised in New Orleans, pop/R&B artist, Dom Marcell, also known as the “Seven Threat” (Singer/ Songwriter/ Actor/ Dancer/ Screenwriter/ Director/ Businessman), became enamored with music at the young age of three.

Raised in a strict household and forbidden to listen to secular music, Dom Marcell developed an affinity towards gospel music, eventually becoming the foundation for his unrivaled artistry. As his identity flourished with an increased sense of self-awareness, he began integrating styles such as contemporary R&B, pop, hip hop, and dance music, solidifying his distinctive sound.

Performing at Reggie Bush’s Orange Bowl Party and singing the Black National Anthem at the USC African American Graduation exemplify early signs of his tenacious drive. Ingrained with a relentless desire to learn about the business aspects of music, he landed internships at powerhouse enterprises HBO, Atlantic Records, and Warner Brothers.

Facing an ostensible dead end in music, Dom thrived in corporate America and obtained his JD/MBA degrees from Northwestern University. After a brief stint on Wall Street as an investment banker, his unrelenting love of music drove him to reignite his passion. Dom Marcell’s return to music highlights him as one of R&B’s rising stars on the verge of a scintillating and propitious path.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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