Meet Donny B. Lord, a blazing new pop artist with a fascinating connection to the Jackson family. Donny was performing at a young age, was discovered by Jackie Jackson’s talent scout who quickly brought him to the attention of Jackie himself. Getting a historical opportunity to be escorted into the Jackson estate, Donny got the chance to perform for Jackie himself. After being blown away by his performance, Jackie called in Jermaine and asked Donny for an encore. Jackie and Jermaine both concluded that Donny was a one in a million talent, and even called him “Little Michael.”
Donny spent a lot of time around Jackie, and even had the opportunity to sit it on numerous Jackson studio sessions. Watching the late great Michael Jackson, widely considered the greatest entertainer of all time, put together a song taught Donny a lesson he could not learn from anyone else. Donny watched on the legendary Jacksons wrote songs, put together melodies and so on. Even getting a piece of advice from Michael, Donny will never forget being told by the king of pop himself to “never take shortcuts” when writing a song.
According to Jackie Jackson, "Donny B. Lord incredibly possesses the same precision, execution and command-of-the-stage that have been the signature of the Jackson5! He is not only an impressive artist, whom I envision achieving the fame and popularity parallel to other mainstream male Pop acts such as Justin Timberlake, Akon, and Usher, to name a few. He has lived and traveled the world, experiencing and embracing many different cultures, making him an artist of universal appeal, and for achieving international super stardom.”
Donny is currently working his new single, “Party to the Moon” which is currently being released to commercial mainstream radio and is available for Mainstream Terrestrial Radio and Satellite Radio through Howard Rosen Promotion.
“Party on the Moon” was mixed by the legendary mixer Skip Saylor (Eminem, Britney Spears, Stevie Wonder, etc) and assistant engineer Ian Blanch. D & D will have it up as soon as it's released.
The music video for “Party on the Moon” was directed by Yolande Geralds, the former Vice President of Video Production at Atlantic Records, who has also directed music videos for recording artists Trey Songz, Plies, Omarion, Teairra Mari, Soulja Boy, Gucci Mane, etc. The video, which is scheduled to release shortly features Tiffany Belle whom was recently featured in Lil Wayne's “6 Foot 7 Foot” Music Video, Akon's Models Raquel Lee and Pretty Rikki, along with Star Brown.