Ladies and Gentlemen, it has been confirmed that on August 17th Vandy B. will be performing live with R&B songstress La’Shia at Warmdaddy’s in Philadelphia. This one ought to be a night to remember. Tickets are $15.
Vandy B’s New Single “Chances Are” on iTunes!!!
Vandy B. Has A Lot Going On This Year. Making Major Moves
3/4/12 at 7:16 AM
Shout Outs To My Homey, Fellow Philly Singer Kwei. Big Moves Coming!
3/4/12 at 7:13 AM
Shout Outs To Philly Rapper Vinny Blanco, On His Grind. Check Him Out On YouTube.
2/28/12 at 10:40
Shout Outs To My Boy Franchise. This Is His Track Entitled “Gotta Go For Mine” Feat. Johnny Rockem And Propain. Franchise’s Mixtape/Album “The Most Underrated Drops In July.
2/28/12 at 10:14 AM:
I Will Be Giving Artists In The Local Area, Shout Outs For Their Music On My Page. Stay On Your Grind Everyone!
Looking for somewhere to record your magic in the Philadelphia Area? Come to Third Story Recording Located at 5120 Walnut street in West Philadelphia. For Appointments and all other Inquiries, call 215-747-1200. Ask for Scott Herzog (Engineer/Owner). www.thirdstoryrecording.com
Be Sure To Check Out My Homegirl Ms. Positivity For That Positive Energy Boost At www.positivelyshining.blogspot.com
Vandy B. is hitting the studio to finish up recording his debut album 3:21 AM.
The album will have 16 full length tracks including his hit singles Act A Fool feat. Johnny Rockem and Come Back To Me feat. Scotty Herzog, and one bonus track. There will also be guest appearances by Johnny Rockem, Franchise and more.
Vandy B. will be featured on GRINDHOUSE Ent’s newest compilation project entitled No Escape. The album will have new music by Vandy B. including his new song Sometime featuring Franchise. No Escape is due for a May Release
YOU CAN DOWNLOAD VANDY B’S MIXTAPE, “THE UNTITLED PROJECT” AT WWW.DATPIFF.COM
The time has come for the re-emergence of real R&B. Look no further for an artist to help out at the forefront. Vandy B, an artist from Philadelphia is looking to be the one. Vandy B. has the talent,passion, and work ethic that is needed to take R&B back to its glory days.
IAA: What is your music background?
VANDY B: I’ve been singing R&B seriously for about 16 years. Back in 2001, I joined an R&B group called “Marquee,” and we stayed together for a little less than two years. One member left, and another stepped in. We renamed ourselves “Vital,” and stayed together for three years. After that breakup, I decided to do for myself. I felt as though I could depend on no one but myself, so if I’m gonna do it, then I will do it myself. … Read More »