In 2020, NPR described her music as anthemic while compassionate; soulful, while bold and strong. She reverberates with a goosebump-inducing passion,."
Danielle attended Northeastern University where she received her Juris Doctorate. For 5 years, Danielle worked as a public defender where she provided criminal defense to the indigent community.
While working as a public defender, Danielle also toured Europe and scored an opening spot with George Clinton.
In 2018, after five years as a public defender, she made the gutsy decision to pursue her No.1 passion -- music. In 2021, Danielle performed at the Newport Jazz Festival where her performance was hailed as one of the stand out performances of the event.
2022 has been a banner year for Danielle with appearances on Late Night with Seth Meyers, CBS This Morning, tours with Marcus Mumford, Amos Lee, St. Paul and the Broken Bones and Leon Bridges. Danielle's debut album, Some of Us Are Brave, is out September 16th on Future Classic.
Danielle continues to advocate for criminal justice reform and has been an influential leader in the Black Lives Matter movement in Rochester, NY.
Lalin St. Juste is a rising star in the music world, known for her soulful vocals and genre-defying sound. As a queer Haitian-American artist, she draws from her rich cultural heritage to create music that is both innovative and socially conscious. Her music often touches on themes of identity, justice, and equality.
Lalin is the lead singer of The Seshen, an electro-R&B band known for their haunting melodies and hypnotic beats. The group's sound is a reflection of Lalin's creative vision, and her unique voice is a key element of their music. She has shared stages with renowned artists such as Hiatus Kaiyote, Petite Noir, tUnE-yArDs, and Moses Sumney, among others, and has been featured in numerous publications, including NPR, The FADER, and KQED.
Lalin's ability to connect with her audience is a testament to her unique talent and her passion for performing. On stage, she exudes confidence and vulnerability in equal measure, inviting listeners to share in the emotional journey of her music. Whether she's singing about love, loss, or social justice issues, Lalin's performances are always heartfelt and deeply moving.
With her captivating stage presence and powerful vocals, Lalin St. Juste is a force to be reckoned with in the music world. Her live performances are not to be missed, as they are a testament to the power of music to transport and inspire us.