Domanique Grant


The Toronto Star said, "Merely sitting next to her is inspirational", while Yonge Street Media called her “An artist whose story breaks convention”. Domanique is an award-winning Indie-Pop (indie/soul/pop), singer-songwriter and public speaker from Toronto. Often compared to a fusion of Sade and Feist, Domanique attributes her love for live performance with an early fascination and study of theatre and classical instruments, which she says introduced her to music, storytelling and home in Toronto.

To date she has performed in more then half of the continents around the world, still in her early 20’s the young artist recently garnered international attention as 1 of 8 Canadians selected to represent over 10,000 professional athlete’s and dignitaries as an ambassador, host and singer for the Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan American Games. She was also selected to lead Team Jamaica (her parents home country), into the opening ceremonies live on CBC with over 1 million viewers, as the official placard bearer. 

Domanique’s passion for youth engagement and community has made her one of the youngest recipients of the Black Canadian Humanitarian Award. This summer, Domanique teams up with Grammy-nominated producers to release her first EP album exploring life in Canada from the perspective of the millennial generation.

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