Dana Salah began her journey in Brooklyn, NY making music which earned her praise from Billboard, Nylon, Wonderland, Galore and Huffington Post. Coming off the success of her single “Castaway,” where the opening tracks tell the tale of a songstress leaving her homeland, Dana has directed her journey back to the Middle East. After spending most of 2020 in Michigan, the heart of Arab-America, she found herself reconnecting to her roots and surrendering herself to her Arab identity. “As King Deco, I was writing songs about female empowerment but was an ocean away from the women who were most important to me." Connecting to her Palestinian-Jordanian roots is at the core of her direction as a singer and songwriter who is always looking to be true to herself as an artist, and as an Arab-female artist.