Publisher: Splice Sounds
Quality: 24 bit 44.1 kHz stereo
Description: Jordan-born Dana Salah began singing, writing, producing and DJing soon after moving to the United States to attend Duke University. After graduation, she moved to New York to pursue a career in music, focusing less on DJing and producing in order to develop her own craft. In 2013, she invented the “King Deco” look and her “Decosphere” aesthetic. The first song she released as King Deco was “One” featuring Warner / Chappell producer Felix Snow.
She has since abandoned the King Deco pseudonym as it served her purpose and is now releasing electro-pop music under her own name. She now shares her vocal adlibs, phrases and more in various BPMs that can be used in any kind of production.