Kendra Dantes is a singing, songwriting prodigy who fell in love with music at a young age. She is proficient in multiple instruments and comes armed with a powerful voice that seems to know no limits. She also writes many of her own songs! You may have heard her music recently in Lucifer season six episode one on Netflix, which featured her amazing song "Dirty Hands!"
Dantes is also the 2-time winner of the Sac's Got Talent competition in Sacramento, California with her most recent win coming after an incredible performance of "Prisoners Don't Cry."
The Outstanding Creator Awards recognize Kendra Dantes for her outstanding musical talents with two honorary awards:
1. Outstanding Creator Award for Music, Best Original Song: "Rattle the Stars"
2. Outstanding Creator Award for Excellence in Music & Video Creation for her Music Video "Fallen"
Dantes wrote "Rattle the Stars" when she was only 13, inspired by the book series "Throne of Glass" by Sarah J Mass. It was later adopted as the love theme for "The Destroyer of Worlds" by Steven Seril.
"Fallen" was inspired by the "Six of Crows" and "Shadow and Bone" series by Leigh Bardugo. The song and now award-winning music video were produced with the help of Myra Gleason (who also supplied vocals), Year XXVI Studio, Paul Kimsal, and David Andrew. The music video features the impressive vocals and lyrics typical of Dantes with stunningly impressive display of costume and cinematography.
Congratulations to Kendra and associates on your awards!
You deserve it!
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