Every so often a new performer comes along with something truly different. VG is that performer. At the age of 25, the lyrical and musical talent that VG posses are far beyond his years. Vincent Galicia, also known as VG, became a master in the art of story telling at an early age. A vivid imagination and creative energy has allowed VG to write such songs as Gangsta Boo, Move Ya Body, Flossing, and his recent single Supa Bad. This dynamic entertainer is ready to deliver infusing pop and Latin melodies to rich, soulful production. Supa Bad the album is sure to score with fans and critics alike relying on mostly his own in house crew compound, VG creates both a unique sound and sentiment for his records. With the album in the chamber ready to go, VG now just has to prepare himself for the stardom that is sure to follow. VG is taking the music industry by storm. He graces and challenges popular music with his writing and vocal talents much more than today's male singers. VG is a rare artist expressing creativity through music in both Spanish and English. He is distinguished by youthful energy, with in-depth lyrics that touch the soul VG is honored and ecstatic to be a part of the music industry which produces some of the best R&B, Pop, and Latin artist in the world today. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE DETERMINED FOR SUCCESS KANSAS CITY, KANSAS - May 27, 2009 - After two years of sweat, tears, and determination, VG is set to release his long awaited sophomore album Supa Bad, on August 18, 2009. Vincent Galicia, a 26-year-old native of Kansas City, KS, who goes by the name VG, showcases his diverse style, prolific songwriting ability, and radio-friendly tunes on his new album. VG, winner of Ruma a la Sama, a Hispanic American idol contest, and runner up on 95.7 The Vibes' "Big Break" worked mostly with young and talented local producers. A couple well-known names appear on his independently released album as well. Up and coming super producer J.White (Juelz Santana, Jazze Pha, Tiffany Evans) produced four tracks on the album including the title track and lead single Supa Bad. Tom Jack, who is one of the most sought after producers in Kansas City, also laced three of the tracks. Supa Bad contains 15 tracks of inspiration, personal vendetta and dance floor sensations. It's nearly impossible to pin point the albums sound: crossover pop, radio ready rap, and R&B jams with reggaeton rhythm. "I've even got techno on my CD." VG said. "I've got a little of something on this album for everybody." Determined, his first studio album was released over two years ago. The album was received well by critics and fans, but failed to make the noise and move the number of units that would make VG a household name. VG credits a lot of the mistakes to the team around him, or the lack thereof. "I did everything myself. I didn't have a proper team in place. I was too focused on the music and couldn't focus on the business aspect," VG sustained. "I rushed the album and didn't take my time. I went cheap and didn't focus on quality." Most of the issues that plagued the first album have been fixed this time around. VG has enlisted the help of many respected industry names. He hired a major producer and engineer out of Dallas, Texas to master the album. Flaco da Great has worked with heavyweights like Lil Wayne, Fabolous, Don Omar, and Daddy Yankee. VG had the album replicated through Disk Makers, an industry favorite and nationwide leader in CD duplication. His manager, Scottie Mac, of DTA Productions is a nationally known DJ and promoter. Scottie Mac has not only made financial contributions to the album, but also provided some well-needed experience and professionalism. VG has also enlisted web and graphic designers as well. VG's time and financial investment has him, determined to succeed, this time around. If hard work is related to success, than success is just around the corner for VG. VG is a cement finisher and bricklayer by day and artist by night. 100 plus degrees in the summer and sometimes negative degree wind chills in the winter would make anyone quit a job. Not VG! "It prepares you for the fundamentals. Getting up early, finishing a job no matter how hard, and then stepping back and admiring your finished work." VG stated. He was also the victim of a robbery. He had his whole studio stolen from his house, and has had to rebuild from scratch. Hard work and determination have brought him to the moment he is out now. The album is finished. The studio is back up and running again. "Eventually I want to have the whole world speaking Spanish." VG says. The world is waiting. -more- Supa Bad will be available in stores and through all major digital carriers, including iTunes, Amazon.com, Rhapsody, and Napster. For tour dates, merchandise and to purchase his album directly, visit, myspace.com/therealvgmundo or myspace.com/dtaproductions. For more information or booking you can contact his manager, Scottie Mac, at (785) 766-1731 or email email@example.com.