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Dazz Letellier Veras was born on December 20, 1978 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Her mother separated from her father when she was 3 years old and emigrated to Venezuela in search of a better life, leaving Dazz and her brother in the care of her father and relatives. Dazz was a dreamy and very creative girl. (Account Dazz: Every day at 7 o'clock at night I would light a big horn owned by my father and I would sing and dance in front of all the passers-by.) My paternal grandmother suffered the scandals that I caused. Not a day was missing without this young lady was not up on the branch of an albor writing and thinking about how she wanted her adult life, there was also a day without she was singing for passersby, playing with the kitchen utensils of her grandmother and recording in a small radio cassette player (Dazz still preserves these recordings).
She learned to sew at 6 years old, although she says she never liked dolls because she considered playing with these dolls boring, always her dolls were the best dressed among her friends. That's how her daily life lived between music, games, pranks and dreams. Her first sewing machine was given to her at age 7 and in this way the clothes she made for dolls she sold to her friends. At the age of 10, she organized a fashion show with the participation of 15 small girls and approximately 50 adults in her aunt's yard.
At age 10, Dazz had the skills to make an occasional garment for an adult. Given the low resources and the little support Dazz never persued a career as a singer in her native Dominican Republic, it was until her arrival in 1992, when her mother brought her to the United States where she seriously showed her inclination towards music and to follow her dream. Dazz finished her secondary and high school studies at the same time that his participation in modeling and talent events was constant. Also she participated in several theater works with important figures of — entertainment. During this time of preparation, her mother who worked in a clothing factory paid her moderate courses in the areas of singing, acting and modeling. Account Dazz: "My suitcase of dreams was bigger than my suitcase of clothes". My mom is a woman's temple, it's my pride, my example to follow, I still do not understand how she did so many things, I do not know what kind of battery God put on her(Laughter), but she always did and does the impossible to help me and support me in everything even if I did not agree.
In her moments of rest from studies, community and political activism, modeling, acting and more, Dazz took refuge in music, was her showcase, continued composing songs and writing poetry and stories from her small room 12x12, receiving recognition from her tutors because her abilities to write complex and paradoxical stories. When she turned 16, she exchanged her 16-year-old party for a $40.00 microphone. Dazz Account: Changing my 16 year old party for a $40.00 microphone was the best deal of my life (Laughter). The party was going to last me one day, the microphone lasted me 7 years (Laughter). I was never popular at school. Account Dazz: "I never had a beggar boyfriend, in love or suitor, I was like an ugly duckling. I think the boys were afraid of me since I was tall and super thin, I dressed like a boy and had short hair, I understand that for boys it was not a tempting offer, but I know that I had the potential for a peacock (Laughter), definitely in the list of the popular ones I was never even by mistake (Laughter).
During her high school time she was active in sports such as softball, tennis and volleyball, receiving recognition from the institutions where she competed. In spite of being busy with her school, political and personal duties every day she locked herself for hours to sing and it was obvious that she did not intend to give up her passion for music even though many relatives showed their disagreement towards this "obsession", as They called it. Dazz says: "Well it was not that my family did not want me to follow (-) my dreams, but we all knew a that music career is very difficult, you work very hard for love, and although the love towards what makes you happy is what’s most important, with love the debts are not paid, therefore the harassment on the part of everyone was constant, they wanted me to have a career that would guarantee me a future and it was not necessarily the music to which they referred ". At age 18, she founded her school of modeling and refinement, which was called "Sagicarus Fashion", while at the same time she directed and organized fashion events, where young people of different ages walked the catwalk wearing the outfits that the artist made. She organized fundraising events for presidential campaigns both in the United States and in the Dominican Republic.
She participated in talent shows where she played songs by artists of the moment. Focused on her goals Dazz takes the decision at 19 years of age to temporarily withdraw from the catwalks, scenarios and politics to devote to her college studies. Although not in front of the cameras this young woman continued working on her art. In 1997 she obtained her diploma as a cosmetologist, at the same time that she attended the university for the career of Graphic Design and Drafting (-) that she interrupted in 1998. From 1999-2000 she returned to resume her socio-political, community, altruistic and artistic activities both in her Natal Dominican Republic and in the United States. In the year 2000 she obtained her diploma as an Office Specialist using advanced programs of microsoft and quickbooks. Account Dazz: "In 2000 I worked in the General Consulate of the Dominican Republic in NY and my salary was dedicated to music and art. While other young people used to go shopping to buy clothes and shoes, travel, have fun with other young girls, I would be dazzled when I went to the stores where they sold electronic products, radios, microphones, programs and more, that was like paradise for me " . I was and I am still very careful with my electronic devices, nobody could / can touch them without my authorization (Laughter). Take the clothes, shoes and everything, but do not touch my electronic (Laughs).
I study photography, internet page designs, haircut among other things. I work in several stores, in factories of portfolios, among other jobs to sustain my career. In the summer of 2008 on the advice of her mother Dazz acquires her licenses as "Asbestos Handler" to work in the area of construction and demolition. Dazz Account: This was not necessarily the easiest job in the world, much less what I dreamed of ever doing for my whole life and for some reason I never wanted to exercise what I had already learned in schools. This work apart from how hard it is, is considered among the most dangerous, but it was a good entry to pay for my singing career among other projects and both personal and professional matters. It was not until 2009 that I was finally able to record a song of mine and "History" was born, I was never satisfied with the work since I never finished it but it was something of mine and that was progress. After this first recording, Dazz had an idea of how the studies and costs worked. For 2010 Dazz had written more than 20 original songs of which she had recorded 3. In this same year, Dazz decided to make a calendar that took the name "Amazona 2010-2011". This calendar opened many doors and led her to meet people with whom she would build great friendships and with whom she continues to work until today.
In 2010 Dazz resumed her university studies to complete her credits in "Fashion Marketing and Management", at the prestigious University of Berkeley. After having uploaded her first video "Historia" to her social network on YouTube, the invitations to participate in shows and festivals were immediate. She reached 1.2 million visits with her music videos receiving more than 260 recognitions from the network an at the same time she continued to promote his calendar.Important factors in the career of DAZZ
Dazz is the composer of most of her musical themes such as: "El Amor", "Active Member", "The most anticipated day", "You came to the goal", "Someday I'll see again", "I love myself "," I love me more "," Shake That ", America's most wanted" Do you want it "," Enamorada "," Tonight "," My last goodbye "," Hechizo "," Best friends "," Mi glory is with you "," Lost in the city "," I dont want you "," Three "," Your deceit ", Northern Hemisphere", "Stories", "I loved", "Road lovers", "Prince Sapo" , "Cyber Love", "Go", "On Passion", "Everything", "Lies and Kisses", "in my heart", M16, "If it were for me", "It will be me" '"It's not fleeting love "," The pain is over. "" Emergency, "" Silly, "" And I lost you, "" Say no to pain, "" War Soldiers, "" When Angels call, "among many others." Monters "one of the themes of the DAZZ authorship are selected among the 50 favorite songs of the Fiat band Prix Her songs are musical fusions of Rock, Pop, R & B and Caribbean rhythms.As an artist she has stepped on great stages, she has appeared in multiple festivals, television shows, publication and radio. She has worked with important producers and collaborated with other artists on her album
She has participated in multiple events in the city of New York as a model and as an artist: Sunilda Gonell fashion exposure, Tiffany Modeling Inc, Elizabeth Models New York, Face Of Fashion, FIT Fashion exposure, DA Fashion exposure, Sexy lingerie, was the artist and exclusive model of the great fashion show of White house & Black Market, guest artist for the launch of the line of wedding dresses by designer Manuel Palferez. She has been on the cover of several renowned magazines such as "Integral USA Magazine" magazine in which she collaborated for several years with its president Jaqueline Montoya and was an essential platform in many areas of her career. She was selected and received great praise for the music magazine "Barrio Magazine" and "Jamsphere Magazine." Theatrical works: She exhibited a photography exivision at the Queens Museum of Art, which called "Ojos de Angel" ("Ojos de Angel"), shown through visual art, the harsh reality of how children live in the Dominican Republic, directed and wrote the mini-work theater "Hands of Angel" for the foundation "Manos de Angel" Directed by Jacqueline Montoya, participated in "The First Day of Spring", "The Coming of a Port" with Roselyn Sánchez "Rush Hour 2" and directed by Marcelo Rodríguez novel "Face dirty the play" Conquistadora, "" Mujer de la calle, "and" Un dos de dos. "
I participated as a photographer in "The face of a woman". Documentary filmed in the Dominican Republic and New York based on the life of Rosita, a young girl who was burned with a battery grip by her partner, directed by Mónica Gutiérrez. She also had participated as an actress in "La Guerra de los Mamberos". I collaborated as a photographer, stylist and professional make-up artist for several modeling agencies such as Boss, Elite and Ford for magazines and commercial campaigns. I worked as an assistant photographer for "Tom Munro", photographer of great stars of music and the big screen. As a photographer I collaborated on the film "Buena Gente" produced by Fabián Báez. As an announcer and producer she worked on three radio stations in New York and was the executive producer of House of 42nd Second TV show, a varied and fun show that was broadcast on PegateTV. She was the writer and main actress of the independent film by name of "Garden of Butterflies". This film captivates the entire national and international press for its great social content and focus on domestic violence and multiple personality illness.
2013 Dazz has been recognized by several media, including a citation by the State of New York and the Latino Fama awards recognizing talent and contribution to the arts and improving the quality of life of the person. Dazz Letellier, received the Exemplary Woman of the Year award by the Chamber of Commerce of Women in NY, Integral Usa Magazine recognized her as "Integral Woman of the Year" for her work in pro-arts, Queens Latino recognizes her as "Artist of the Year". JCI Latino of NY awards recognition as an example to follow among other honors she has received, She was star of the International Festival of Peru, the cecomex festival, May 5th festival "Flushing Medow" among others, star conductor with Junior Betances of the festival of Forhand Road, Festival de la guadalupana, Pro-fund Festival united by Guerrero, Festival pro-fondo Unidos por Mexico and many more. Acknowledgments by the Estrella Awards, The Too Much Awards, Giron Awards, among many others. 2013- Dazz launches a personal catalog that is called "GAMA" and where it sold its designs to a diversified male and female audience. 2013 creates its campaign against domestic violence against women, men, animals and planet earth that bears the name "I love me more".
With the creation of the music theme "Yo me amo mas", Dazz decides to start a fight in defense of the victims of violence. The first activity carried out by the campaign was a total crowd where people from the community as high representatives of various entities such as the mayor's office, consuls from different countries, victims of violence, professionals in the areas, press in general made an appearance to support this initiative that then continued with marches, conferences, talks and more. In 2016, "I love my PET more" was held in the city of New York, an activity that showed the importance of pets and how they move from being our faithful companions to the first victims when cases of violence and violence occur. how important it is to educate young people about the importance of all living beings. This campaign created by the artist seeks to promote and integrate through music and the arts victims and perpetrators of violence to become aware of this problem and how they can change their lives. The campaign has several objectives within these is to create a conference and various activities in the community that integrate society to people who are abused to feel they are important and can change their lives just love each other more. This campaign also seeks to involve companies, businessmen, professionals in different areas that have the same objective to support the causes against violence.