DeAndre “Dre Murro” Moore has been singing since he was two, starting in his church’s youth choir in North Carolina, where he was born. Singing in the church choir really molded his voice into what it is today. His first vocal solo was accompanying his maternal grandmother during her piano recital at the age of six. Dre expanded his public singing performances when he was in elementary school, where he participated in every chorus and talent show offered. He believed even then, he was destined for stardom, when he created his own business and autographed cards to hand out to his “fans” during his fifth grade talent show. It was at that talent show, that Dre demonstrated that he could also write his on songs, when he performed “Fairytale Feeling”; the first song he received credits for lyrics and vocals as well as co-credit for arrangement and production with his cousin, James Parker.
While residing in Connecticut, Dre showcased his talent in various venues in Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and North Carolina. Dre was a team member of a local performance team (JAMZ), where they performed at various venues in Connecticut as well as in Orlando, FL at Disney World and Universal Studios in July 2009. Dre also expanded his professional abilities on the stage, as a member of an up and coming musical on Off-Broadway in NYC "Dancing In The Streets". While performing at the Sugar Bar in New York City owned by Ashford & Simpson ("Ain't No Mountain High Enough", "You're All I Need To Get By", "Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing"), Valerie Simpson told Dre that he was a "very talented young man" and she thinks he has an "incredible music career" ahead of him.
Now at 21 years old, Dre is more than ready to set the music world on fire. His last mixtape, "9INE", spawned a hit single with "PlayTime" which has already garnered over 100,000 streams collectively.
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