Dudley Alexander has been making his mark as one of pop music’s most buzzworthy singer-songwriters for 2016. Alexander’s Haitian roots have remained a strong influence on his sound, as he comes from a long lineage of musically gifted family members. His uncle being one of the most-well known gospel singers in the Caribbean. With music flowing through his veins, Alexander began performing at a yery young age inspired by some of his major influences including Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and Marvin Gaye. At a very young age, Alexander realized that music would continuously play a major part in his future and he has been working on his craft ever since.
In 2008, after Haiti’s devastating earthquake, the singer wrote two songs called The Storm is Over and Rete Fern, which \ryas a reminder to everyone affected by the earthquake to stay strong. The timing of these singles and the message behind the music, allowed Alexander to begin traveling to relief events at college campuses around the US. In 2015, he became a contestant on FOX TV show New York Star of The Dry, where he became a finalist and was named 4-star winner.