Singer Twanée Butterfield Launches ‘Video Blog’

March 24, 2010

Bermudian singer Twanée Butterfield launched a video blog on Youtube yesterday. The recently relocated singer she says she started the video blog so that everyone at home can stay up to date with what she has happening in the USA. Miss Butterfield recently moved to New Jersey to try and further her career.

The talented singer has been performing publicly from the age of seven, and recently released the album ‘Where I’ve Been’ which is available for purchase at various local outlets including Music World, Music Box, Sound Stage, and Dub City.

Below is the first video blog. She briefly explains her reason for starting it, then goes into a very nice rendition of ‘Cry’ by Rihanna:

Some of her career highlights include:

  • 2002: Won the Miss Hal Jackson Talented Teen Bermuda
  • 2003: Opened for the Snoop Dogg Christmas concert held in Halifax, Nova Scotia
  • 2004: Participated in the Music Festival held in Dockyard, performing alongside Seal, Isaac Hayes, Mike Phillips.
  • 2005: Opened for Stephanie Mills, Faith Evans, Charlie Wilson, and Kirk Franklin, Jennifer Hudson, Freddie McGregor, Glen Washington, Tony Rebel, I-Wayne, and Warrior King.
  • 2006: Opened for Keyshia Cole in a New Years Concert.
  • 2007: Signed with a Philadelphia Management Company called Pham Entertainment
  • 2008: Opened for Alicia Keys and Aaron Neville, and won the Bermuda Singing for Success competition
  • 2009: Shared the stage with Fantasia Barrino of American Idol

You can view her Youtube channel here, and you can also follow her on Twitter @MissTwanee

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  1. John Woolridge says:

    Good job,
    keep up the good work. I am sure singing regularly will improve your overall stamina. Its difficult to sing a song with as few flaws as possible in a 3 -5 min songs. (most people think that’s a short space of time..but its a marathon for a performance)
    your interpretation and delivery are very effective. Keep developing this area while you hold continue to focus the important fundamentals of pitch and tone.
    Be Blessed