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Arlington’s Rising Stars

The heart of our mission at VoyageDallas is to find the amazing souls that breathe life into our city. In the recent weeks we’ve had the privilege to connect with some of the Dallas-Fort Worth area’s finest artists, creatives, entrepreneurs and rabble rousers and we can’t begin to express how impressed we are with our city’s incredibly deep talent pool. Check out Arlington’s rising stars below.

De’Amber Ford

Music and Make-up have always played a huge part in my life and my story. But to summarize everything I will say I’ve always had a deep-rooted passion for music as a child, but I feel like music really became a huge part of my life when I entered high school in 2009. I really began to make the decision that I wanted to teach/ perform for the rest of my life. and during that same year, I began to experiment with make-up. Read more>>

LaQuann Easton

When I was about five I would watch my mother do her hair and other ladies. I thought that was so dope how she would make herself and her clients so pretty, and soon I was doing my Barbie dolls hair and any baby doll I could get my hands on. I said as a kid one day I’m going too make people feel good about their hair like my momma did.I didn’t make it my profession because I was a stay at home mother of 5 kids. But I got a lot of practice in doing their hair and keeping it long and healthy. Read more>>

Lunar Reverb

My family has always been apart of music. My dad has played over 30 years. He’d set his band up in the living room and my little brother and I would bounce around on the couches headbanging to a mix of different music ranging from AC/DC to Nirvana. Around my teenage years, I really got into the blues and blues-rock. Zeppelin and Stevie Ray Vaughn were constantly playing. I played in band all throughout school. Read more>>

Jonathan Nweke

I was a freshman in Highschool. I literally would start filming everything and anything possible. My friend Nnoama got me into youtube and I fell in love with it since. Seguin High School is when I started filming all my videos then it just started to turn into the next big thing and I loved it. Read more>>

Eduardo Graciano

My love for photography came through from my love of cars and all of the scenery I would come across vacations. Back in 2016, as I finished all my college classes for the day, I decided to purchase my first camera which was a Canon Rebel T5i and took it with me to car meets and from then, it has flourished to what it is present day. Read more>>

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