V-LO The Maestro The Supersta

V-LO The Maestro The Superstar

It feels like quite some time ago since V-LO The Maestro released his debut album titled “The Vision”. Since then he has gone on an absolute tear in this industry. From going viral on YouTube to starring in movies he has exceeded all expectations. After becoming a 2-time college graduate and receiving his MBA college degree he has reached new heights and doesn’t plan on slowing down anytime soon. He will be making his executive film producer debut in 2022 for his new upcoming film production with his MG Films & Television brand. 

V-LO The Maestro’s music video for “Whoa Town Anthem, Pt. 2” reached over one million views on YouTube. His song is dedicated to his hometown Washington, Louisiana. All the DJs fell in love with the record. DJ Flex of Kiss 98.7 in Alexandria, Louisiana began spinning “Whoa Town Anthem, Pt. 2” in his radio rotation on Kiss 98.7. Kiss 98.7 is one of the biggest radio stations in Louisiana for Hip-Hop and R&B. Several big name music artists such as Da Baby, Lil Baby, and Cardi B are also played on this station. And now V-LO The Maestro joins that list of big name music artists also played on Kiss 98.7.
V-LO The Maestro’s song “Tipsy” featuring Kevin Gates will always be an all-time classic. It has become Maestro’s signature song in the industry. 95.1 The Beat in Meridian, Mississippi is known for playing some of the best music in the south. DJ Jigga JT of 95.1 The Beat placed “Tipsy” into his regular radio rotation down in Meridian, Mississippi. 95.1 The Beat is Mississippi’s premiere radio station for Hip-Hop and R&B. The hook on “Tipsy” by Kevin Gates and the verses by V-LO The Maestro makes this a song you’ll never forget. V-LO The Maestro will become a Hall of Fame Inductee Award Honoree this year at the Spoken Red Honors Awards. Maestro seems to get better with everything that he does as time progresses and he has become a bonafide superstar. 
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V-LO The Maestro – Whoa Town Anthem, Pt. 2 (Music Video) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2lCKSGYi-Uk

V-LO The Maestro "The Vision 3" LP

V-LO The Maestro has definitely been trending upward in 2019. Over the course of the summer he has finalized a partnership with Roc Nation’s “Equity Distribution” and released his highly touted single “Ready” which featured Project Pat. Some may be ready to take a break and bask in the success at that point, but not V-LO. The Washington, Louisiana native is ready to keep his wave flowing with the release of his “The Vision 3” project.

Acting as the follow-up to his 2016 “The Visions 2” LP, this new entry finds V-LO The Maestro bringing some of the southern twang he has made a trademark of his. Standing at 11 tracks, the project takes you into the world of V-LO as he manages to keep things catchy throughout while still bringing his personality to the forefront. Features on the set include Project Pat, LaBritney, Ice Doll, Just Brittany and Latangela Fay. Check it out now.

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V-Lo The Maestro – Cant Phase Me (Video)

V-Lo The Maestro has had a lifelong passion for music. Like so many independent rappers, his dream was to be able to see his music video on BET television, a goal that he’d held on to ever since he was a child in his rural hometown of Washington, Louisiana.

With a population of roughly 943, Washington, Louisiana is a small town with one stoplight and no Walmart. Here, students are transported by yellow school buses to the nearest city for classes. Washington is the place where V-LO The Maestro, as an independent rap artist, began to think outside of the box and reach for opportunities beyond what he was limited to locally.

“I always knew if I made the music and produced a quality product, I’d find a market. The Internet has made it possible to take the sound out of the country, around the world, and bring it back home.”

V-LO has been able to build his music audience organically, through grassroots efforts and an active Social Media presence. He’s grown his Instagram to over 100,000+ followers and his collaboration, “Tipsy,” featuring Kevin Gates, the impassioned rapper from Baton Rouge, earned 25,000 Spotify downloads while the music video reached over 1 million views on V-LO The Maestro’s Facebook artist page. V-LO’s music has made its way into rotation by famed DJs, including DJ Flex. These milestones helped pave the way for what had been V-LO’s dream for quite some time.

Directed by Majacul, footage for “Can’t Phase Me” was filmed with permission at Nissan Stadium and features a string of exotic race cars—the Ferrari F430, Rolls Royce Ghost, Corvette, and BMW i8. The video tallied 200,000 views on Youtube. On April 4th 2019, the music video for “Can’t Phase Me,” by V-LO The Maestro made its BET television debut, an achievement that is also a monumental first for the residents of Washington, Louisiana.

In recent years, New Orleans had become the state’s pipeline for rap talent, introducing Cajun flavor to rap music lovers through the likes of a bevy of artists, including Master P and son Romeo, Silk the Shocker, Mystikal, Birdman, and Lil Wayne (Weezy). They are among the most influential rappers in the industry, and their signature sound has become coveted by audiences worldwide.

According to Nielsen Music reports, Hip-Hop/R&B is now the most dominant genre in the United States. Music streaming has now become the preferred medium, with rap artist Drake shattering music streaming records with an astounding 8.2 billion plays. One added benefit of digital distribution is that it also opens up opportunities for focused, independent music artists. A rap artist like V-LO The Maestro from Washington, Louisiana, a rural area nowhere close to New Orleans, could create and promote music from his hometown that reaches audiences in major cities, as well as in other countries.

“Not everyone is going to believe in your dreams,” says V-LO. “Some might even come out and tell you your ideas are crazy because they don’t believe what you are trying to do is even possible. But whatever your talent, do it well. Do it with passion. Own it. And be bold enough to represent. I’m from a small town, but I didn’t let that stop me. I am so grateful that BET television has given me this opportunity.”

V-Lo The Maestro – College Grad Turnt Rapper 2.0 (Mixtape)

Equipped with a baritone voice that commands attention and a truly southern deamoner is V-Lo The Maestro. The Washington, Louisiana native brings his latest project “College Grad Turnt Rapper 2.0”. Throughout the project the MC delivers the old fashion “country rap tunes” that jog memories of UGK, Trill Entertainment and other southern pioneers. V-Lo brings a fresh spin to the sound though to make his mixtape an enjoyable and upbeat listen heading into the spring and summer months. The 11-track set only contains one credited feature with BAT showing up on “Peek A Boo”. Check it out now and keep an eye open for V-Lo The Maestro’s next album release coming this summer.
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V-LO The Maestro grew up in Washington, Louisiana and has had a passion for music since he was a kid. His positivity and hardworking mentality has led him to continue rising to the top. A big part of his success came when he released his second album titled “The Vision 2: Remastered & Reloaded” which featured Kevin Gates, VH1 Love & Hip Hop TV star Just Brittany, Young Buck, and many more. The album featured the hits “Tipsy” featuring Kevin Gates and “Go Time” featuring Young Buck. Maestro has been one of the most influential and hardest working artist for nearly a decade. 
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