Vivian Green

R&B singer/songwriter Vivian Green is back with a fresh start and a new album “Beautiful.” According to the singer‘s website, the album, led by the title track “Beautiful,” will be released on April 6, 2010 through her new partnership with E1 Music.

“Beautiful,” Green’s third record, will feature production by her longtime collaborator and friend Anthony Bell as well as music producer Jason Farmer who cuts the song “Save Me.” Her younger brother Solomon Green, a budding rapper, also co-wrote four songs on the album.

Of her new project, Green wrote on her site, “It’s the most fun I’ve ever had making a record…the whole experience was very natural and comfortable, and I hope that you can hear that in the music.”

“Beautiful” follows the Philadelphia born singer as she continues her vibrant creative journey which began in 2002 after the release of her acclaimed Columbia debut album “Love Story.” The album boasts the hit single “Emotional Rollercoaster,” “Fanatic” and “What Is Love?” Her sophomore album “Vivian,” which was released in 2005, only produced one hit single “Gotta Go Gotta Leave (Tired).” Since then, Green has sold over a million albums, appeared in the Cole Porter biopic “De-Lovely” singing a cover version of Porter’s 1930 song “Love for Sale,” and played Brenda Holloway in an episode of the first season “American Dreams,” performing a rendition of Holloway’s 1964 hit “Every Little Bit Hurts.”

“Beautiful,” the album’s lead single, was released on February 23, 2010. Check out the video bellow.

Written by Valerie Varasse

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