BHTC Music Signs Recording Contract with Vocal Artist Nadya

Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) August 16, 2006

BHTC Music is steadily building its ensemble with the addition of recording artist Nadya. New York DJ and Producer Dave Perez will produce vocal House Music to be performed by Nadya. The Brooklyn House and Trance Company’s compilation LP, scheduled to be released later this year, will consist of Trance and House music produced by J.Ostia and Dave Perez.

Nadya is an artist that hails from Harlem, New York City. Born to immigrant Dominican parents, she was surrounded by various forms of music from Latin and Caribbean to church music as long as she could remember. Nadya began singing at an early age at church functions, where she experienced her first Disney and Broadway musical theatre experience. Throughout high school Nadya developed her acting and singing by playing lead roles in school productions and traveling on a mission’s trip to Ecuador with her church’s youth band.

Before pursuing her career in music, she attended and graduated from Fairfield University in Connecticut. During college she traveled and sang with the university choir. She also led in the university’s production of “Pippin.” During this era, Nadya developed an eclectic sound and appreciation for urban sounds.

Nadya is a lover of music ranging from Hip-Hop to Jazz. Deep grooves and boleros have shaped her style and musical signature. To date, she continues to perform and work with up and coming producers on creating a new sound and original lyrics. In addition, she works alongside her twin brother “ENC” performing backup vocals for his Latin funk band. As a developing independent artist she realizes the demand for originality and true soul.

Nadya joins BHTC Music to contribute her true soulful sound. She has partnered up with New York DJ/Producer Dave Perez, as a vocal artist, to add that flavor to his House music. Her addition to the Brooklyn House & Trance Company adds a unique style to any track she is given to work with. Nadya’s powerful and melodic vocals set to a House track will blend well for a finished song.

The Brooklyn House and Trance Company is currently in production of their compilation LP album to be released this year. Dave Perez and J.Ostia are producing Trance and House tracks to deliver a variety of the two genres. They expect that recordings with Nadya will further enhance and promote House and Trance music.

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About BHTC Music:

The Brooklyn House and Trance Company, “BHTC Music,” produces Trance and House Music that is vibrant and pulsating for the entertainment community.

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