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SOURCE MAYO Communications
Grammy award-winning Rob Chiarelli and Chauncy Villeroy produces rising star
LOS ANGELES, March 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- One of the most talked about urban pop singers has team up with MAYO Communications for international publicity and the launch of her new music due out next month.
Urban Pop Artist, Michaela has hired MAYO, which plans to position the next superstar singer, worldwide, in retail markets with her debut song, "That Girl", to be released around mid-April.
"I can not believe this is happening to me," said Michaela, who has been described as a "natural born singer with an amazing voice and a charming personality."
Michaela is backed by some of the most talented people in the music industry. Mixing engineer and Grammy award-winning record Producer, Rob Chiarelli and Chauncy Villeroy, who both believe they have the next Superstar on tap.
"Michaela is awesome, she has passion, expression and a fresh sound," said Chiarelli. Chiarelli's work includes huge stars, too, like Christina Aguilera, Will Smith, Jill Scott and Hilary Duff to name a few.
"In the studio Tome Kahre, the assistant engineer and I got goose bumps and it felt like we were listening to Rhianna," Producer Chauncy Villeroy said.
Michaela's debut single, "That Girl" was written by Songwriter Angie Irons, who said, Michaela, "is a vocal booth hustler, who tirelessly works to bring it to the mic and to the finished product."
MAYO Communications is no stranger to launching celebrity and music events. Late last year, MAYO launched Online music format Global Onslaught–Australia-UK in America. The celebrity red carpet fundraiser for animal rescue charity www.OperationBlanketsofLove.org featured a tour with independent rock bands: October Rage, Throwdown Syndicate, Overspill, Annie Lovell, March Into Paris and others. Guest appearances included, Toto's leader singer Bobby Kimball and
Buddy Princeton and the Incorruptibles.
MAYO has also worked with members of the Alice Cooper Band, Saints of the Underground, Eddie Money and Warrior Records. Additionally, the LA based PR firm has worked with rock artist Kristen Faulconer, Junior Wright and Crash Kelly, Toronto. Among MAYO's first music clients were Stevie Wonder and his costumer Designer, Clotee McAfee.
For more on MAYO visit: www.MAYOCommunications.com.
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