Bio of the artist
Denosh Bennett-Sieradzan is a Canadian singer, dancer, and mentor. The performing arts high school expellee is a highly sought after supporting artist with a two-decade resume that includes superstars, like Robbie Williams, Alessia Cara, Alicia Keys, Rihanna, Drake, Justin Timberlake, Demi Lovato, Nick Jonas, Aaliyah, Missy Elliott, Diddy, Jay-Z, Mariah Carey, Faith Evans, Chris Brown, and more. You’ve seen her in the band of NBC’s The Voice, GRAMMY Awards shows, Hairspray on Broadway, and as Dance Captain for NBA’s Toronto Raptors. Denosh recorded a solo album ‘Back 2 Front’ (2007) and lent her vocals to Robbie’s latest album “The Heavy Entertainment Show” and to hip-hop greats Pete Rock & CL Smooth. She lives in Los Angeles and London with her husband Gregory Sieradzan.
What she shares on this episode
What is driving you today to be better at what you do than the day before? What motivates you to be the best?
We are often caught up in the here and now that we don’t look at sustainability as artists. If you build your careers on a platform that is going to change in a couple of years you’re going to have nothing. The industry is changing at a faster pace than you can keep up and at the end of the day all you’re left with is your talent.
What you do with what you have is contingent in giving you the credibility that you need to make it big in the industry. If you’re creative and talented don’t limit your experiences because you’ll never know how the path winds.
As Denosh says, own your craft, own your performance, work on it, be diligent and keep going.
Denosh’s bio speaks for itself and on this episode, she shares from her life the things that she did to get to the place she is at.
In this episode of the creator mindset podcast
- Her story of becoming an artist and backing vocalist and how she worked with her voice and art.
- Her advice to young artists
Key takeaways from this episode
- Be aware of your sphere of operation and your competition
- Integrate your talent with the industry that surrounds your area of expertise
- Be open to training and learning new things
- Work hard and own your craft
- Believe in the process because at some point it comes back
- Do what you can where you are
- Don’t limit your experiences
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