|By PR Newswire||
|November 2, 2012 11:25 PM EDT||
MIAMI, Nov. 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Big Time Media --The gifted singer/songwriter Victoria, has signed an exclusive, long-term recording agreement with SpanGlish Global, the world's leading Music Company.
The talented singer/songwriter Victoria, has flourished with enchanting melodies, bringing urban influences to Latin pop rhythms and tropical sounds. Landing songwriting opportunities for international networks such as Nickelodeon, the young Victoria has already become the "go to" female singer songwriter for producers, songwriters, artists, and the like for top line song development in studios.
"My new home is SpanGlish Global," said Victoria. "I face up to this new phase in my life with all my might and I am confident that we're going to make big things happen. I have made this decision fully convinced that we're going to confront new challenges with the hope, dedication and competitiveness which characterises the SpanGlish Global team. I have so many things to share: the music, the passion."
Victoria is a young and innovative artist, representing the concept of a real star, composes, sings, and dances, all this at an early age.
"All of us at SpanGlish Global are extremely honored that Victoria is becoming part of our family, and we feel a huge sense of pride and responsibility in collaborating to further expand her already astonishing career," stated Rico Cabrera, President & CEO of SpanGlish Global.
The new agreement was signed October 29 in Miami Florida, where Victoria was joined by Rico Cabrera, President/CEO of SpanGLish Global, Joseph A. Spiriti Jr., Esq from Caserta & Spiriti, Pierre Hachar Jr., Esq. from The Hachar Law Firm, Carlos G. Pita, Manager and Director of Talents of Think Famous, LLC, among others.
Victoria was born from Cuban-Ecuadorian parents, and raised from an early age with music around her. A Miami native, she learned her craft and continues to study her career by doing rather than not. She formalized her talents in the industry by joining the viral successful group Los Primeros out of Miami Florida with features on MTV, and opened up for shows as the lead singer of the group for A list artists such Don Omar.
Now, she has taken steps and is in the process of developing and recording her upcoming album with a team of professional supporters who believe in Victoria immensely.
Pierre Hachar Jr., Esq. from "The Hachar Law Firm" said, "Victoria is artistically the utmost symbol of his generation. Over the past years, she has become the finest ambassador of musical culture to the world, uniting fans of all ages and social types. Her influence in Hispanic culture is the model for many of her contemporaries, and for succeeding generations, too."
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About SpanGlish Global
Spanglish, is representing the newest and freshest English / Spanish music content company attempting to hit market leading positions in recorded music, recording services, music publishing, and merchandising. Spanglish discovers and develops recording artists and then markets and promotes their music across a wide array of formats and platforms. Spanglish's music publishing company, discovers and develops songwriters, and owns and administers copyrights to musical compositions for use in recordings, public performances, and related uses, such as films and advertisements. Spanglish's merchandising company, sells artist- and music-branded products via multiple sales point such as fashion retail, live performances, and the internet. Spanglish is also a live-events company based in Miami, Florida, with a division focusing on concert promotions. Spanglish "signs" artists as a "record label", but also takes the role of a promoter, in addition to being an "owner of music".
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