Melissa B. has an amazing story to tell and we’re excited to feature her as a VJs in our new app and performer at our launch party – Jason Keck
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 30, 2016
Singer-Songwriter and network engineer recording artist Melissa B. debuts her single to the world entitled, "Addicted." Fans across the globe have been anticipating the Electric Pop singer’s release and today the anticipation is over.
Addicted, which is produced by the internationally known singer/songwriter/producer B. Howard, talks about Melissa B.’s love addiction. The new single is now available for download on Spotify, iTunes and Sound Cloud at http://www.soundcloud.com/melissablive/addicted. The first single to be released off her forthcoming EP, Addicted offers a glimpse of great things to come from the promising powerhouse singer.
She’ll be performing the single tonight at the launch event for the new music app Stereotypes. Created for the YouTube generation, Stereotypes brings together the best of old-school and new-school MTV. Anyone can be a VJ and introduce music videos, and the videos they choose give unique insight into who they really are, the same way that new-school MTV’s reality programming gives viewers an insight into the personal lives of real people. With Melissa B. being the new face of technology and activist for computer science, she was delighted at the opportunity to perform.
“Stereotypes is a great way for anyone to tell their unique personal story using the music that moves them,” says Jason Keck, who led the business development team for popular music app, Shazam, and is one of the founders of Stereotypes, “Melissa B. has an amazing story to tell and we’re excited to feature her as a VJ in our new app and performer at our launch party.”
Fans have already connected with Melissa B. through her eyes using the new Google technology, Google Glass, which launches in 2014. She’s been able to record her shows, and daily life as a recording artist, and connecting to other Google Glass Explorers utilizing the device. In addition to her music career, Melissa B is extremely passionate about supporting young women interested in technology. This passion was the driving force behind her global non-profit organization “Girl Geek Dinners” which is sponsored by Google and Microsoft. Melissa B’s been highlighted in USA Today and IGN Magazine and at GoogleNYC in partnership with Society of Women Engineers for her advocacy in engineering. GEEK is the new SEXY.
About Melissa B.
Melissa B is an Electric Pop music artist who is driven by technology; putting her in a lane of her own. Melissa sets herself apart by not only having the vocal chops of a great music artist but has also intertwined technology in her everyday use as an artist. She is capable of not only expressing her passion for the computer science world, but can vocally break down the barriers between music and technology. Check out Melissa B’s website http://www.melissab.com and become a fan!
For more information on Melissa B please contact: Tiffany Lee at 404-906-4441 and or email: tiffany(at)themediamodel(dot)com.
Stereotypes is a New York City based startup founded by Jason Keck (Shazam Business Development, Entrepreneur of the Week) and Eric Bogs (Google & Etsy Engineering Lead). In 2012, Stereotypes won the Ultralight Startups Pitch contest in New York City, and was later selected to the DreamIt Ventures 2013 Accelerator program as well as the 2013 SxSW Music Accelerator program.
For more information on Stereotypes please contact: Jason Keck at 415-744-4598 and or email: jason(at)stereotypes(dot)fm