Developing up in Montreal, Quebec, Dessy di Lauro was subjected to a variety of classic and contemporary music — from Sarah Vaughan to Luther Vandross — through her parents’ record collection. She sang in gospel choirs, advanced to session are a background vocalist, and relocated to Orlando, Florida after earning an audition for Cirque du Soleil’s La Nouba present. Although it was a positive period for her profession, she endured an abusive romantic relationship and poured herself into composing and documenting in her bedroom. Di Lauro parted from her abuser, came back to Montreal, and finished the adult modern R&B EP A REPORT of the Woman’s Spirit (2004) with help from instrumentalist and manufacturer Ric’key Pageot. Di Lauro and Pageot eventually moved to LA to focus on Cirque du Soleil’s Delirium. The few, who wedded, honed a method they dubbed neo-ragtime and debuted it this year 2010 using the solitary “Why U Raggin’.” After a few many years of carrying out and additional documenting, Di Lauro released the lively THAT IS Neo-Ragtime (2013) via Crazyglue Music.