Vince Valholla

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Vince Eyma, otherwise known as Vince Valholla[1] and formally known as Vince The Prince,[2] is a Haitian American[3] record producer,[4][5] arranger,[6] manager, and entrepreneur. Vince is most known for founding Florida-based entertainment company, Valholla Entertainment which he also serves as chairman and chief executive officer.

On July 31, 2015,[7] Valholla Entertainment released the independent debut album Doing The Most from GRAMMY Amplifier[8] winner, singer-songwriter, Valholla recording artist[9] Kirby Maurier[10] On February 22, 2016, Kirby was announced as one of three winners of the fourth annual GRAMMY Amplifier program.[11] Vince served as the album's executive producer/sequencer/co-producer[12] and the album went on to become one of the highest selling independent R&B albums in the South Atlantic Region in 2015.[13]

In September 2016, Vince signed[14] production trio The Track Burnaz to Valholla Entertainment's management division. On December 2nd, Epic Records/Freebandz released The Track Burnaz produced single, "Bad Tings"[15] by Zoey Dollaz featuring DB Bantino. The Track Burnaz contributed to Big Sean's fourth studio album, I Decided.[16] on the track "Inspire Me" (produced by The Track Burnaz, Detail and Sidney Swift) and on Future's HNDRXX album with the song, "Use Me".[17]I Decided. was certified Gold[18] by the RIAA in April 2017.

On June 13, 2017, Miami New Times[19] named Valholla Entertainment Best Record Label for their annual Best Of Miami issue.

Vince also comments about the music industry on his blog, The Chairman's Corner.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Amy Copperman "The Week in Sparks" Adobe Spark 3 October 2016
  2. ^ David "Dro" Rosario "Song Spotlight: Phatz - Imma Mess" Miami New Times 14 June 2010
  3. ^ "Vince Valholla - South Florida Music Showcase | South Florida Music Showcase". South Florida Music Showcase. Retrieved 2016-10-19. 
  4. ^ David "Dro" Rosario "Song Spotlight: Phatz - Imma Mess" Miami New Times 14 June 2010
  5. ^ David "Dro" Rosario "Mixtape Of The Week - Ramzez - The Formula Volume 2 (Hosted by DJ Young Cee)" Miami New Times 24 June 2010
  6. ^ Doing The Most Digital Album Booklet "Doing The Most Digital Album Booklet” , 31 July 2016
  7. ^ Noah, Darrol "NEW MUSIC: “DOING THE MOST” by KIRBY MAURIER” RESPECT 15 July 2015
  8. ^ GRAMMY Amplifier 2016 Winner Profiles The Recording Academy
  9. ^ Valholla Staff "Valholla Entertainment Roster" Valholla.com Retrieved 16 October 2016
  10. ^ Marr, Madeleine "Local Miami singer Kirby Maurier on the rise” Miami Herald 26 February 2016
  11. ^ Menyes, Carolyn "Adley Stump, American Bombshell & Kirby Maurier Win 2016 Grammy Amplifier Contest” Music Times, 25 February 2016
  12. ^ Doing The Most Digital Album Booklet "Doing The Most Digital Album Booklet” , 31 July 2016
  13. ^ Jerome, Cristina. South Florida's Five Best Female R&B Artists of 2015 Broward New Times. 28 December 2015
  14. ^ The Track Burnaz Announce New Management Deal with Valholla Entertainment "The Track Burnaz Announce New Management Deal with Valholla Entertainment" Valholla.com 04 September 2016
  15. ^ Zoey Dollaz and DB Bantino Are Looking for Bad Tings "Zoey Dollaz and DB Bantino Are Looking for Bad Tings" XXLmag.com 05 December 2016
  16. ^ I Decided. by Big Sean | Credits "I Decided. by Big Sean | Credits " Archived 2017-02-03 at the Wayback Machine. uknowbigsean.com 03 February 2017
  17. ^ "Future's Vices Fight Against Love On His 'Future' And 'HNDRXX' Albums". VIBE.com. Retrieved 2017-03-05. 
  18. ^ RIAA's April Gold & Platinum Tally "RIAA's April Gold & Platinum Tally" RIAA.com 5 May 2017
  19. ^ Best Record Label in Miami - 2017 "Valholla Entertainment Won Best Record Label in Miami for 2017" Miaminewtimes.com 13 June 2017

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