R&B’s Rising Star, VIVIENNE, Explodes In Miami

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R&BÂ?s rising Dominican artist, Vivienne, is exploding on the Miami scene. Vivienne will be performing live on Mun2Â?s Â?The RoofÂ? on August 19th followed by the CD Release Party of her popular single Â?Hold Me DownÂ? at South BeachÂ?s uber trendy nightspot, Pearl, on August 21st.

R&B’s rising Dominican artist, Vivienne, prepares to explode on the Miami scene with a live performance on Mun2’s “The Roof” on August 19th. On Saturday, August 21st she is holding the release party for her popular single “Hold Me Down” at South Beach nightspot, Pearl. Sponsored by Oro Azul Tequila and hosted by Empire Events, Vivienne’s release party is attracting Miami’s finest partygoers and media. The first 400 attendees will receive gift bags with a copy of “Hold Me Down,” a surprise from Oro Azul Tequila, a Lincoln Road Magazine and an invitation to Miami’s popular Soulfrito Urban Latin Music Festival held on November 7th which attracts an audience up to 15,000 people.

“Hold Me Down” is a favorite the industry’s hottest DJ’s from DJ Reach and Carl Blaze in NYC to DJ Irie and DJ Radamas in South Beach, among dozens of other prominent R&B and Hip-Hop DJ’s in the U.S. who have the single on continuous rotation covering upstate New York, New York City, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Virginia, and Miami. “Hold Me Down” is scheduled to go on multiple mixed CD’s this fall with distribution in the U.S. and overseas. A catchy, upbeat track coupled with Vivienne’s raspy and soulful vocals, “Hold Me Down” is destined for the airwaves. Vivienne’s bookings along the east coast have been reaching from private estate parties in the Hamptons, parades, television shows and the trendiest nightspots. Her most recent performance was in the Manhattan Dominican Day Parade on August 8th along with Tego Calderon and Fragancia, among other popular Latinos.

Since launching her solo career earlier this year, the growth and continuous buzz on Vivienne is more impressive and extensive than the majority of signed artists with big budgets. Staying true to her vision of “building her own buzz” before signing to a label, Vivienne is proving herself as a serious artist with staying power. She joins the ranks of Fat Joe, Pitbull, Ivy Queen and Tego Calderon by proving Latinos play an integral role in the Hip-Hop and R&B genres.

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