Captivating Pop/R&B Artist Blare LeVoir to Release Single, 'Happy Mistake'
19-year-old singer-songwriter-dancer-model kicks off song produced and written by MGI & GoodWill
DALLAS, Dec. 15, 2010 -- Blare LeVoir announced today the release of his third single, "Happy Mistake," along with video. The upbeat single produced and written by MGI & GoodWill (Akon, Sean Kingston, Justin Bieber), features LeVoir's standout pop and R&B vocals and falsetto over a backdrop of keyboards, synths, and a dance-infused beat. Lyrically, "Happy Mistake" highlights how not all mistakes turn bad -- that some mistakes or chance meetings can end happy.
"Happy Mistake" reverberates with intensity. "It's a fantastic track to describe how someone can make you feel happy after bad relationships," LeVoir says. "Everyone makes mistakes, but it's ok to take a chance. Fans who've heard the song say it's a hot song that is both meaningful and gets them dancing, which is exciting, because if they love this they will love what I'll be doing down the road."
With a start in modeling, LeVoir's captivating look, coupled with a four-octave mix of pop and R&B vocals that segue into impossible-to-forget harmonies and falsetto, makes him a music industry standout with an international appeal. LeVoir's rise in popularity is attributed to his raw emotional edge, his subtle sex appeal and his ability to captivate his audience with fearless performances and head-turning dance moves. LeVoir brings fire to the world of male pop music.
LeVoir's originals and 37 cover songs have captured 2.7M YouTube channel views, and 7M MySpace views. LeVoir's debut single, "Gone," was released July 31, 2010, and soared on YouTube, placing LeVoir as number-one musician. It was followed by his single release, "First of May," on Nov. 5, 2010, which also similarly topped on YouTube.
Fans can listen to "Happy Mistake" or get their holiday gift on iTunes now: http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/blare-levoir/id378872984
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About Blare LeVoir
Blare LeVoir was born in Caracas, Venezuela on Apr. 2, 1991 and raised in Texas. At the age of 11, LeVoir joined touring group The Casa Kids. Desiring to pursue entertainment, LeVoir ventured into acting and dance -- adding dozens of commercial credits to his resume, including backup dancer in a Disney short. Awarded two consecutive scholarships to the Debbie Allen Dance Academy, LeVoir was able to further incorporate aspects of dance and choreography into his music repertoire. But singing is where LeVoir's passion ignites. His professional musical influences range from Justin Timberlake to Gwen Stefani.
SOURCE Blare LeVoir