Through the transparency of her music with lines like, "Bullets off the tip of my tongue are very lethal," Dezi Leon has shared with the rest of us, a story, a sound, and a message that is unique to her experience but relatable to so many. Her music, her voice, her words, her fight. Dezi rhymes about everything from what it was like to grow up without parents to what she ate for breakfast this morning. She has a sound that is both reminiscent of the EDO G and GURU age of hip hop while still fitting in with a new era of artists like Bryson Tiller, BlackBear, and Kehlani because she can also sing.

With her new EP, The Room I Stand In, Dezi hopes to gain the respect that she has longed for as a songwriter and a producer. Dezi seems to get better with each release, improving on her lyricism, delivery, and overall presentation. This is the drive and dedication that fans love because beyond music, Dezi has created a brand that is known for uplifting and inspiring people to be great! 

Her development into the Mogul we know and see today was inspired by many failures, personal tragedies, and life lessons but all in all, Dezi is grateful for the confidence and the knowledge that she has gained along the journey. The experiences are what make her Dezi Leon.