Pop Artist Blare LeVoir's Single 'Digital Kiss' to Release June 21
Electronic Pop Meets Social Media with 20-year-old Singer-Songwriter-Dancer
DALLAS, June 8, 2011 -- With the release of its "cover art," Blare LeVoir has announced that the release date of his highly anticipated pop single "Digital Kiss" to be June 21, 2011. Promising to both surprise listeners and catapult past LeVoir's previous three releases, "Digital Kiss" will bring pop electronic music and social media together with a unique edge. The final vocals and music track for "Digital Kiss" are set for completion next week at Los Angeles' Westlake Recording Studios. "Digital Kiss" will be available for download on iTunes and Amazon.
"'Digital Kiss' captures one of the sounds I've been envisioning for a while now," LeVoir shared. "Fans will find it interesting and it will get them dancing," said LeVoir.
LeVoir collaborated with music producer Bitten Rude to create the new pop music sound for "Digital Kiss."
"Digital Kiss takes electronics to a new level - my passion for synthesizers and sound design makes this song right up my alley," said Rude.
Besides his captivating looks and talent, LeVoir exemplifies how great music, the Internet and social media can work together to build a strong viral fan base. LeVoir has amassed more than one and a half million YouTube views, seven million MySpaceviews and has risen fast on top social media sites as ReverbNation (24K fans), Twitter (18K followers) and Facebook. LeVoir expects these same fans to be there to support the release of his new pop music single.
LeVoir's previous singles, "Happy Mistake," "First of May," and "Gone," and his other video music performances can be viewed on the Net:
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About Blare LeVoir
Blare LeVoir was born in Caracas, Venezuela on April 2, 1991, and raised in Texas. At age 11, LeVoir joined the entertainment group The Casa Kids. Desiring to further pursue entertainment, LeVoir ventured into acting, dancing and modeling and was quickly noticed -- 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. His professional musical influences range from Justin Timberlake to Gwen Stefani.
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