How Doe Deere moved from being an Immigrant to owning a Make-up Company.

Doe Deere was born and raised in Izhevsk, Russia. During her early years in Russia, she was obsessed with America and English because she believed that America is the place where any dream can be achieved, this was the picture painted by the magazines, movies and the music she was listening. Doe Deere later moved to New York City at seventeen together with her sister and mother. She believed that once you make it in NY a city with 7.4 million people then, in 1998, you can be successful anywhere else.

With the high living cost in New York and the little savings her mother had made as an accountant in Russia, it wasn’t easy meeting the expenses considering her mother’s academic records were delaying to be transferred. Her mother was then forced to start working as a house cleaner in the nearby apartments so that she can provide for them. Things were tough for them and at some point, though they’ll go back to Russia. The tough situation forced them to move to a homeless shelter home in Lexington Avenue for six months.

While in the in the homeless shelter, Doe Deere had to escape the harsh reality of the situation by daydreaming as a fashion designer. With the continuing uncertainties in the homeless shelter, a great break came in the spring of 1999 when a social worker introduced them to the Family Sanctuary that was supporting women immigrants who were in bad states. With the help of lawyer Dorchen Leidhodt, her mother got an accounting job, and Doe Deere went to a Fashion Institute, and her sister was taken to Columbia University on a full scholarship.

In 2000, Doe Deere’s family was moved to East Harlem’s 110th street. After adopting a moniker in the late 2000s, Doe Deere discovered her passion in entrepreneurship that made her start Lime Crime, a makeup company that was successful. Today, the company has thirty-five employees in Los Angeles. Doe Deere has worked very hard to achieve her American dream where she has a beautiful home and successful, loving family.

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A Sneak Peek on Alex Pall’s Music Career

Alex Pall is one of the top music artists in New York. He is the artist behind Chainsmokers’ popular hits like Save Yourself, Somebody, and Everybody Hates Me. Besides music production, Pall is a skilled pianist and songwriter.

How did he manage to sail from a less experienced artist to a famous performer valued by millions of music fans? Following is a comprehensive overview of his career. It will help you understand how Alex Pall sailed to the industry’s top tier.

How did Alex Pall start his music career?

According to an interview posted on interviewmagazine.com, Pall started his music career as a DJ working under the management of Adam Albert. Later on, the manager acquainted him with Drew Taggart, a like-minded artist. The duo partnered to establish ChainSmokers, a renowned brand that specializes in dance music.

What encouraged the two young artists to start working together?

Alex Pall says that he was encouraged to work with Taggart since the two had the same core values. Just like Pall, Taggart had an inclined passion for dancing music and substantial experience in music production and marketing. Pall stated that they started working the next day after their meeting.

What makes Alex Pall’s Chainsmokers unique from competitors?

Unlike their competitors who depend on songwriters, Pall and Taggart write the lyrics of their song rather than engaging somebody else. It is the primary quality that makes them different from their competitors.

“We create lyrics for ourselves. It is the reason why our fans find them exciting, and emotionally connecting,” Pall confided.

Who is Alex Pall’s Role Model?

In line with the interview posted on interviewmagazine.com, Pall said that he had many role models. But, he said that Halsey was number one on his list. Halsey has an attractive voice, as well as a unique music style. “She is unapologetically her,” claims Pall.

Is Pall and Taggart’s Partnership working?

According to Pall, their partnership is working pretty well. They have collaborated to release great tracks like Don’t Let me Down, Roses, Something Just like This, and many more hits. Pall claims that their brand has attracted millions of fans from the Philippines, South Africa, and other parts of the world.

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