Stephanie Braganza has released her second international single, "When We Last Kissed" feat. Drega. The single was produced by a production team who collectively have had years of experience on the Toronto scene, having worked/performed with artists such as Drake, The Weeknd and more. The song was written by Stephanie, Colin Stewart, Peter Linseman and the production team.

Stephanie Braganza is a powerhouse vocalist who weaves a sonic tapestry neatly blending elements of pop, electro, and dance. V-MIX TV hosted the worldwide video premiere of her first international single “2 Good 2 Be”. “2 Good 2 Be” is currently featured on the international compilation - Goa Chillout Zone Vol.5. available on iTunes and other download services. Her track “Fantasy” reached #5 on BeatsDigital.com charts, which led to a performance with rap artist Belly and Ginuwine at the Muchmusic Video Awards.

Stephanie’s sexy style and playful performances helped her win the Toronto Independent Music Award (TIMA) for Best Live Artist. Stephanie's first performance of 2014 was for former President George W. Bush at a private event at the Art Gallery of Ontario. She has performed at top festivals which include Indie Music Week, DesiFest, Toronto Veggie Pride Parade; including prestigious the venues Casino Rama, The Mod Club, The Canadian National Exhibition Center, and Yonge & Dundas Square. Her TV appearances include CITY TV/OMNI’s "V-Mix", Rogers TV’s "South Asian Focus", "TVOne Canada" "Daytime", and more. Stephanie was the cover story for Humber’s College's “Et Cetera” publication.

Stephanie helped create the SIPO Foundation anthem “Time to Shine”, with rapper Wali "Flo" Shah. The world video debut took place at the 2013 SIPO Conference at the Glen Gould Studios (CBC) in Toronto.

Stephanie has been performing and singing since the age of twelve. She was chosen for lead roles in the musicals Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat & Godspell. She has studied with great mentors such as Juno award winner Rik Emmett (Triumph), Pat LaBarbera, and Trish Colter. Her hard work earned her a Scholarship for the Vocal Program at Humber College where she graduated. Stephanie co-wrote her entire debut album, “Unexpected” with composer/guitarist Colin Stewart, focusing on creating music with a message.

Check her out at StephanieBraganza.com and be sure to download the free STEPHANIE B personal mobile app for iPhone!



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 Stephanie Braganza has released her second international single, "When We Last Kissed" feat. Drega. The single was produced by a production team who collectively have had years of experience on the Toronto scene, having worked/performed with artists such as Drake, The Weeknd and more. The song was written by Stephanie, Colin Stewart, Peter Linseman and the production team.

Stephanie Braganza is a powerhouse vocalist who weaves a sonic tapestry neatly blending elements of pop, electro, and dance. V-MIX TV hosted the worldwide video premiere of her first international single “2 Good 2 Be”. “2 Good 2 Be” is currently featured on the international compilation - Goa Chillout Zone Vol.5. available on iTunes and other download services. Her track “Fantasy” reached #5 on BeatsDigital.com charts, which led to a performance with rap artist Belly and Ginuwine at the Muchmusic Video Awards.

Stephanie’s sexy style and playful performances helped her win the Toronto Independent Music Award (TIMA) for Best Live Artist. Stephanie's first performance of 2014 was for former President George W. Bush at a private event at the Art Gallery of Ontario. She has performed at top festivals which include Indie Music Week, DesiFest, Toronto Veggie Pride Parade; including prestigious the venues Casino Rama, The Mod Club, The Canadian National Exhibition Center, and Yonge & Dundas Square. Her TV appearances include CITY TV/OMNI’s "V-Mix", Rogers TV’s "South Asian Focus", "TVOne Canada" "Daytime", and more. Stephanie was the cover story for Humber’s College's “Et Cetera” publication.

Stephanie helped create the SIPO Foundation anthem “Time to Shine”, with rapper Wali "Flo" Shah. The world video debut took place at the 2013 SIPO Conference at the Glen Gould Studios (CBC) in Toronto.

Stephanie has been performing and singing since the age of twelve. She was chosen for lead roles in the musicals Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat & Godspell. She has studied with great mentors such as Juno award winner Rik Emmett (Triumph), Pat LaBarbera, and Trish Colter. Her hard work earned her a Scholarship for the Vocal Program at Humber College where she graduated. Stephanie co-wrote her entire debut album, “Unexpected” with composer/guitarist Colin Stewart, focusing on creating music with a message.

Check her out at StephanieBraganza.com and be sure to download the free STEPHANIE B personal mobile app for iPhone!



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