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Virtual Stage The Beat's Virtual Stage: Zeyoncé Brown sings "Hero"

The Beat’s Virtual Stage: Zeyoncé Brown sings “Hero”

At 18 years old, Zeyoncé Brown is a rising star in our community and beyond. Audiences across the Bay Area have seen her perform at a multitude of venues, from sporting events to competitions.

In 2018, Zéyoncé won 2nd place in Bay Area’s Got Talent. In 2019, she won “Grand Champion” in Teens Create Dreams, a competition that took place in Elk Grove.

A half black and half Filipino songstress, Zeyoncé loves singing R & B. In 2019, she released her single CD titled “Dapat Na Ba.” And in February, 2020, Zeyoncé signed a recording and modeling contract with Viva Records and Entertainment in the Philippines. After the coronavirus pandemic is under control, she plans to go to the Philippines to work and promote her music.

Zeyoncé is a senior at Milpitas High School, and has sung for a variety of school events. She is saddened not to be able to graduate in-person with her friends at school this year.

In the video below, Zeyoncé is singing “Hero” by Mariah Carey. She dedicates this song to all those who are working hard on the frontlines to battle this pandemic.

Zeyoncé is the first performer on The Beat’s Virtual Stage. We’ve decided to open up this virtual space to highlight singers, musicians, artists, and any other creative types who want to share their work on our platform. During this challenging time, the more music, art, and creativity we have to enjoy, the better.

Enjoy Zeyoncé’s rendition of “Hero.”

 

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Rhoda Shapiro
Rhoda Shapiro works as a journalist and media consultant in the Bay Area. She has written for both the Tri-City Voice and the Mercury News, and is the founder of Chi Media Company, which works with nonprofit organizations to elevate their marketing and communication platforms. Rhoda is also an author; her first book will be published by Llewellyn Worldwide in mid-2019. Her YouTube channel, which features practices in yoga, meditation, and women’s empowerment, has amassed thousands of subscribers. Rhoda is The Milpitas Beat’s founder.
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