King Dee believes music should tell a story and likes to express that in all of his lyrics.
ORLANDO, FL, — It takes a tremendous amount of passion and aggression to achieve US Marine Corps status. This is something Georgia born Donald McNeil, aka King Dee, would know all about. Serving four years (2014-2018) stationed in MCB Hawaii, he diligently crafted and perfected an album titled “Black & White: Truth Comes Out”. Upon completion, King Dee immediately released “Black & White: Truth Comes Out” ultimately reaching over thirty plus countries worldwide and hitting all fifty states in the USA. His comrades were big fans of the new album and often shared it with their friends.
Following the end of his military career, Donald McNeil, aka King Dee was honorably discharged and began taking his music career to the next level. Music was always his first love. At the age of two, King Dee’s family moved from Georgia to South Carolina where he spent countless hours recording music in his bedroom. As his popularity in High School grew fellow classmates would use his music as ringtones. King Dee believes music should tell a story and likes to express that in all of his lyrics.
Experiencing a sudden spike in streams his latest album, “Too Lit” is expected to see a promising future. And with previous songs such as “Gotta Eat, “Richer and many more, King Dee is ready to take on the music industry. King Dee is currently residing in Orlando Florida attending Full Sail University and preparing for his first ever performance at Tier nightclub on March 23rd. You can listen and check out King Dee’s music & social links below.
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