Creativity is a blessing by God. Not everyone is endowed with a creative mind, so the ones who have it should embrace its power and use it to the fullest. Thinking about a situation from a different perspective and standing out from the rest of the world is what makes creative people special. They have a unique gift to add a creative touch to everything they cross paths with. Creative has a wild imagination that is hard to tame. And it is because of this image that they always create a difference. One such personality who discovered her talent for creativity at a young age is Hanna Dus.
Hanna Dus, a.k.a. D’use Saida, is a multi-talented emerging artist whose strength lies in singing and songwriting. This 24-year-old young pack of talent has recently joined the music industry is already making strides with her catchy music. Her genre of music is pop, but she has shown her inclination towards R&B and Neo-Soul too.
D’use Saida was born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, to a single mom. Thinking about the well-being and future of her three children (including Hanna), she moved out of the town as it did not have a good reputation. Her mother always supported her talent and motivated her to try new things that kept her excited. As a child, D’use Saida tried multiple creative activities such as sketching, painting, ceramics, singing, piano, guitar, and many other things. But one thing that stuck with her was music. She found her soul connecting with the music and decided to choose this as her career.
Creative Mind, Awesome Music
The mind of a creative person is different from any other person. They have the ability to daydream and think about the possibilities and wonders of the world. They are often described as dreamers, but this does not mean that their heads are always in the clouds. These minds are capable of thinking about imaginative solutions to a problem. Artists, musicians, and scientists are some of the most creative professions in the world. Being a musician, D’use Saida imparts her creative power through her songs.
Graduating from the Monument Mountain Regional High School in Berkshire county Massachusetts D’use Saida become more passionate about music. She seriously began thinking about a career in music, but it was too early for her to start something, so she focused on studying. She continued on to BCC (Berkshire Community College), but soon after joining, she took a gap year to explore her options. She moved to London for a few months to decide what she wanted to do. After returning from London, she bought herself an Ohana and shortly after moved to Brooklyn.
After she shifted to Brooklyn, New York, D’use Saida began practicing music professionally. She was inspired by artists like Amy Winehouse, Erykah Badu and Janis Joplin, Ari Lennox, Rico Nasty, the Dixie chicks, Lauren Hill, and MIA. She made it a habit to practice her vocals every day so that she could enter the industry with a strong voice. D’use Saida also tried her hand at songwriting. Due to her creative instincts, she found herself to be very strong at it, and so she wrote several pieces. As a child, she spent most of her time outdoors, which is reflected heavily in her lyricism.
Toxic was D’use Saida’s first song and was released on November 19th, 2019. Since it was her debut song, it is very close to her heart. Her song was appreciated by many, which motivated her to create more music. She then went on and released six more songs, namely Hanna Banana, Madame Ponsardin, In my basket (unmixed), VMB (Vending Machine Baller), SWIPE 3X, and Call ya Bluff. She is deeply connected to a song called, ‘Madame Ponsardin.’ It was the first song she wrote. It was about her boyfriend, and the video was inspired by Erykah Badu’s “Other Side of the Game.” video, which featured her boyfriend at the time, Andre 3000.
Although D’use Saida is relatively new to the industry, she has been performing exceptionally well. To date, she has worked with a multitude of producers and artists such as Leftbrain, The Wav, MusicmanTy, Lachaleur, MuddiGold, and Lang Father. She has also written for Serena Rigacci.
Other than music D’use Saida also models in her spare time. She has not kept herself limited to any field and believes in exploring all her talents. She has modeled for brands and photographers such as Marc Baptiste, Gabriel Perez Silva, and LF – The Brand. D’use Saida is the true definition of using one’s mind and talent to its fullest potential. With her positive attitude and high spirits, she is destined to reach higher positions in life.