At only 14, the No Limit Forever Music recording Cymphonique has already been compared to the likes of Beyonce, Rihanna, and Mariah Carey.
Santa Monica, Calif. (PRWEB) May 23, 2011
Nickelodeon announced today a 20-episode pick-up of How To Rock, a new live-action comedy series featuring original music and starring Hollywood’s next teen phenome, multi-talented recording artist Cymphonique Miller. The series builds on the network’s successful slate of original live-action programming, joining the stable of hit music-themed shows Victorious and Big Time Rush. Set to premiere in 2012, How To Rock centers on Kacey Simon (Cymphonique), a talented teenager who takes her pop/hip-hop band to new heights as their lead singer. How to Rock, produced by Nickelodeon in association with Alloy Entertainment, is slated to begin production this summer in Los Angeles.
“Cymphonique is an extraordinarily talented 14 year-old who has already established herself as an actress, singer and dancer, while remaining an honor student,” said Marjorie Cohn, Nickelodeon’s President, Development and Original Programming. “How To Rock is the perfect showcase for her comedic and musical skills, and we know our audience will love watching Kacey figure out how to temper her mad ambition and learn to become a good friend and bandmate.”
After a fall from grace from the perfect and popular group at high school, Kacey Simon forges unlikely friendships with the members of the band Gravity. As lead singer, Kacey takes Gravity’s musical success to new heights while igniting a musical rivalry with The Perfs, her former best friends and fellow performers.
Although she is a singer/writer/actress and daughter of businessman, music mogul and philanthropist Percy Miller and sister of Romeo Miller, she has made a name for herself, built a diverse R&B, Pop and Hip Hop fan base online and created her own brand and identity. At only 14, the No Limit Forever Music recording Cymphonique has already been compared to the likes of Beyonce, Rihanna, and Mariah Carey. Moreover, Cymphonique has been nominated 2011 BET Best Female Artist Award.
While committed to girl empowerment and being spokesperson for BYOU, her passion is to help others. Therefore, she has created a book series to empower young girls called Fabulous Girls, and founded Fabulous Girls Charity to help bring awareness to kids with cancer.
For more information, go to http://www.Cymphonique.com