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Dee Dee Simon

was born and raised in Deep East Oakland.  She was born to sing and has been doing just that since the age of 4.  When asked to describe herself, she claims, “I’m just another girl from Oakland, read the papers.  I’m a productive of my surroundings but I plan to make it.”

Nurtured in the Baptist church, she honed her vocal skills finding her own voice.  

She has had her share of ups and downs in life but knew it would build who she is today.   She has had the opportunity to sing with artists such as Tony Toni Tone, Too Short, E-40, Spice 1, Chauncey of Black Street, Rome, The Temptations,  Dick Gregory,  Paul Mooney, Jill Scott’s Kindred Family Soul, Eric Benet and the list goes on.    

She has opened up for the KBLX Stone Soul Concert with musical greats: Chaka Khan, Charlie Wilson, Cameo, Lakeside, and the Ohio Players.  This came as no hand out.  She competed with local artists to secure this magnificent opportunity.   

March 2013, Dee Dee was nominated for the most prestigous awards at the Bay Area Black Music Awards, " The Verge Award" and "The Best R& B Female Performer".  

She is a playwright who has written her 5th Gospel Stage play, “When a Man Loves A Woman”, that is on a local tour.

Recently she won The National Steve Harvey Neighborhood Awards Sing off Competition, August 2013.  Since she has continued to reach higher heights by releasing 2 music videos "Grown Woman"


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