Danielle Ponder

soul and R&B artist, former public defender

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Danielle Ponder’s music reflects her time defending poor clients in court. She became a lawyer after her brother was imprisoned for robbery.

Writing legal briefs to R&B lyrics: Danielle Ponder commits to music

Danielle Ponder’s music reflects her time defending poor clients in court. She became a lawyer after her brother was imprisoned for robbery.

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