Dylan Jenét – Artist Bio
16 year old Multi-Talented Quadruple Threat from the Hamptons, NY was recently signed by Universal Republic Records with Stevie Wonder as her Executive Producer. DJ has a Management DREAM TEAM consisting of Joe Simpson and Cory Rooney. DJ was also selected out of over 11,000 Artists to be featured by The Daily Unsigned, a leading site in recognizing the best Unsigned Talent in the World & was the 1st artist featured in 2013 out of the Top 9 chosen as “The Best”. DJ was also #1 on The Looking List for the TOP 20 Up and Coming Artists- Signed and Unsigned. DJ was also a featured soloist for President Barack Obama at the DNC in Denver, Co. as well as the Neighborhood Inaugural Ball in Washington, DC with the Ray Chew Orchestra (Musical Director for American Idol). DJ has performed on many stages nationally and is again appearing at LA LIVE- Nokia Theater in Los Angeles, Ca. with Stevie Wonder in his Annual House Of Toys Benefit Concert. DJ also appeared in the Disney’s Broadway Production of The Lion King as “Young Nala”, other theatre credits include “MYTH” at the Eugene O’Neill Theatre, Ct. A Wonderful Life at the Shubert Theatre, NY and DJ got her professional start at 6 in “Once On This Island” at the Bay Street Theatre in Sag Harbor, NY.
A Montaukett Native American and an Apollo Star Of Tomorrow Award Winner, she has appeared in movies and also on TV and is currently the Youngest NAMMY AWARD Winner. At just 13, DJ won Best POP Recording Artist of the Year at the 13th Annual Native American Music Awards and also performed in the show. Over the years, Dylan has been nationally trained and studied acting with several professionals across the country. Vocally, her professional training has been with American Idol’s Musical Director- Ray Chew, Betty Wright, Bob Marks, Ilana Martin, Boris Buriev and currently Valerie Morehouse. Additionally, Dylan has studied dance with Shane Sparks, and many others and has appeared throughout the Tri-State area with The Kids Of Broadway. As the former Miss New York State Junior Pre-Teen Queen for National American Miss, DJ was awarded the Urban League Legacy Award for philanthropy, volunteers for several charities and is also a NAACP Junior Life member.
DJ believes that by staying humble and working hard at what she loves, there is nothing that is beyond her reach.