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Victor Valente

Initially regarded as a promising east coast underground hip hop dj, Mc and aerosol artist in the early 80’s Victor Valente (known in the 80’s to Mid 90’s as Super V.) has expanded his reach in the years, establishing himself as a profound musician, becoming one of the most versatile hip hop jazz artists today. Victor’s Career began in 1983, beat boxing for Duane “Darock” Ramos (currently an established hip hop producer in L.A) as a duo called A.N.C. (Another Nasty Crew) Based out of New Bedford, Massachusetts. Performing at local block parties and talent shows. After A.N.C. dis-banded in 1985 Victor went on to form a new duo called the Breakdown Bros

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New Breakthrough for Indie Hip Hop Jazz Artist Victor Valente.

New Breakthrough for Indie Hip Hop Jazz Artist Victor Valente.

Known for his 2005 saxophone rendition of Mc Lytes 1989 hit “Cappuccino," hip hop jazz musician Victor Valente seals a deal with AMI Entertainment, making Victor the first indie hip hop jazz artist to license music to one of the largest major Hybrid Jukebox Network in the U.S. Since launching his publishing and music licensing company ...


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