"Orlando's mission is to create safe space that promotes positivity, individuality and authenticity."
VOYAGER ATL Magazine
In a constantly changing industry, Orlando Dixon is striving to challenge the status quo. After graduating Berklee College of Music, Orlando began focusing his attention on songwriting and vocal production, achieving credits that included a Top 20 record on Billboard's Urban AC chart (2011), and working with the likes of Grammy Award Winner Regina Belle. Simultaneously he began building a buzz on YouTube amassing a following of 28K subscribers and 4.9M+ total video views, resulting in being discovered and selected for NBC’s The Voice. As a member of both Team Usher and Team Adam, Orlando finished as semi-finalist, one battle shy of the live play offs. His stint on the show led to work as a background vocalist for Zac Brown Band, Jason Derulo, The Late Night with Seth Meyers Show and One Republic.
Currently signed as a recording artist with Walt Disney Records, Orlando is a member of Disney Music Group’s newest act, DCappella, an internationally recognized band with 100M+ combined streams and appearances on American Idol, Office Depot’s Back To School Campaign, The Incredibles 2 Digital Soundtrack, and ABC’s Wonderful World of Christmas. He has also ventured into the world of entrepreneurship by establishing and trademarking his clothing line #BlackBoyJoy® Apparel, a lifestyle brand aimed at providing alternative apparel and style options with messaging that reflect Black men and women.
With the release of his latest EP, Orlando puts his creative efforts on full display with the independently released, self-written and self-produced "When Summer Comes" (2020). With a Top 25 debut on iTunes R&B chart, the project can be best described as an eclectic yet cohesive body of work in the R&B vain, currently garnering 400K streams and counting on Spotify.