About Veronica V

VERONICA V- Extremely adept vocalist, statuesque, beauteous, and obsequious are just a few choice words that can be used to depict Chicago songstress Veronica V. Veronica’s vocal talents were first discovered at the tender age of 5, while riding in the backseat of her mother's car singing along with the radio to Shanice's hit single "I Love Your Smile". By the age of 9 Veronica sang in the choir of her mother's church where she blossomed as a solo singer with a voice beyond her years and limitless potential. At 10 years old she was part of a female duo where her vocal skills were paired with a young female rapper. This experience fueled her hunger to become a professional singer and opened the creative door as a songwriter. 

 

 

 


As a teenager Veronica’s passion for performing led her to sing at festivals, talent shows and anywhere there was a stage and a microphone. She continued to hone her skills as a performer by fronting the top cover bands of Chicago. Veronica was introduced and shortly thereafter, teamed up with talented Miami producer Bigg D. Bigg D refers to Veronica as, "One of the most incredible young vocalist I have ever come across or worked with. Her 4 octave vocal range is incredible and effortless; she is destined for greatness once the public and the music industry hear her." 

Well soon after they finally did! Major label  Cash Money/Universal Republic discovered her music through the well known miami recording studio, "Hit Factory". She blew owners Ronald "slim" Williams and Bryan "birdman" Williams away with her incredible sultry voice. Veronica's first debut single release through the label was an up-tempo track titled, "What Happened To Us" feat 2 Chainz, and produced by hitmaker Polow da Don. It was only released in the UK.  After waiting with much anticipation for the label to fully press Go on her project, Veronica chose to walk away from the hip hop icons in late 2015 to pursue a new project and direction and It looks to have been perfect timing for Veronica to take the independent route. With R&B clawing its way back to the top of the charts and hearts of consumers. Betty Wright legendary Soul/R&B singer, who influenced a generation of female singer-songwriters says, "Veronica reminds me of a tiger. She has that tenacity, a real voice and unusual beauty, but she doesn't have to rely on her looks; she has talent. She comes correct." Veronica is also an incredible songwriter, she's written for the likes of Yung Berg, Gorilla Tech, Cool & Dre, T-minus, The Runners, Drop, Polow da Don, Timbaland and many other talented producers. She is certainly not to be overlooked. With major labels already knocking at her door, independent or not Veronica is destined to win. The world should definitely keep their eyes and ears open for Veronica. She is coming to take the industry by storm.