2012 Nominee – Electronic/Dance Artist of the Year – 22nd Annual LA Music Awards
2012 Recipient – Hot AC Single of the Year – 22nd Annual LA Music Awards “Try Me”
2013 Nominee – Record of the Year – 23rd Annual LA Music Awards “Cinderfella”
2013 Nominee – POP Album of the Year – 23rd Annual LA Music Awards “Cinderfella”
2013 Recipient -Male Pop Artist of the Year – 23rd Annual LA Music Awards
2013 Nominee – Male Vocalist of the Year – 23rd Annual LA Music Awards
2013 Nominee – Electronica Dance Single of the Year – 23rd Annual LA Music Awards “Top of the World”
2013 Nominee – Music Video of the Year – 23rd Annual LA Music Awards “Try Me”
Dezmond Meeks is an American singer, songwriter, musician, actor, producer, dancer, fashonista & print model.
A multi instrumentalist with a full five (5) vocal range who made his television debut on the 4th season of “American Idol” in 2005 and again in 2011 on “America’s Got Talent” on NBC, the placing as a quarter finalist on two prestigious shows.
After years of performance as a live entertainer on the Las Vegas Strip in 2012, Dezmond collaborated with the EDM Duo Ghøstkick for his first song Dance/Electro song “Celebrate”, which peeked at #9 on the charts in South Korea with over 20,000 downloads. In 2013 he received critical acclaim for the independent debut release of “Cinderfella” a full length Pop/R&B album.
America’s Got Talent – Satisfaction (Cover)
“Cinderfella” went on to be nominated for more than a dozen awards recognized in the music industry, including “Record of the Year” and “Pop Album of the Year” in 2013 for the “Los Angeles Music Awards. “That same year, he won the award for “Best Pop Male Artist” and “Best R&B Song” for “Try Me” at The Independent Music Awards.
The album also features a hit collaboration with international dance artist Chris Willis, (David Guetta) who wrote and produced the song “The Way I Like It,” which broke into the top 40 in the Netherlands in the fall of 2013. “Cinderfella” has also recently been written, composed and was produced for a show “Rock-Opera” through collaborations with renowned musical director Deborah Hurwitz (Jersey Boys) and Director/Princeton Alumni, Christopher Fuelling.