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Veronica Brown Music & Honest Image Production present:

Veronica Brown  MOVE AFROBEAT MIX

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Medium: Single

ISRC: TCAHY2431794        

Genre: Christian, Gospel, Dance, R&B

Location: USA

Label: Indie

Songwriters / Publishers: Veronica Brown, Christopher Capehart

A Detroit native, Veronica Brown counts Aretha Franklin, Don Was, Dave McMurray (with all of whom she's had the pleasure to work with), Rance Allen, Fred Hammond, Luther Vandross, Whitney Houston, Tina Turner, The Temptations as musical influences that helped shape her dynamic artistry.

Veronica grew to combine her love of music and a personal call to service by lending her talents to the Department of Defense (DOD) and the United Service Organizations (USO). As a principal member of the group “The Preachers Daughters,” and on behalf of the USO, she has performed worldwide for military staff and their families, veterans, and heads of state.

In recognition of her accomplishments for the Department of Defense (DOD) and the United Service Organizations USO, Brown was presented the Key to the City of Detroit, a proclamation from the Detroit City Council, and was named Ambassador for the State of Michigan.

With a growing global fan base thanks to her years of touring with the USO, Veronica released a series of dance music projects including her debut album That's Just The Way It Is, which featured "Last 2 Know,” produced by Dave McMurray, and the hit single "Words That You Say" that reached #12 on the Billboard Dance Chart, #3 on the Billboard Mix Mag Chart and #1 on several European dance charts. Veronica was featured on several compilations with Michael McDonald and Sheila E.

Before "MOVE,” Veronica released the gospel single "Time After Time," which ended just short of reaching the TOP 50 Billboard Charts, “I Don't Wanna Be a Sinner," "My God," and "I Feel Blessed."

Veronica continues to sing and travel around the globe as she readies for the release of her upcoming Album “Come Quickly”.

Along with her esteemed music career, Veronica is a veteran flight attendant. In her upcoming book “INDISPUTABLE,” she shares her experiences as a Black flight attendant in white America and gives advice to anyone desiring to take their next job “to the skies.”

Veronica is also the host of her faith-based program “Reflections with Veronica Brown”.

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