Vita Chambers

Vita was born in Vancouver, B.C and was raised in Barbados. She began her career at age 16 when she was signed by Universal Motown after posting her own songs on Myspace. Vita’s first major performance was with the opening act at the 2009 Thanksgiving Day NFL half-time show featuring a Motown review, where she singing “Heat Wave.”

Vita’s first single, “Young Money,” was released in March 2010 along with her EP, “The Get Go.” The same year, Vita toured with Justin Bieber as one of his opening acts on the My World tour, and performed at Lilith Fair, Bamboozle Road Show and PopCon. She also toured with Forever The Sickest Kids and sang with Estelle at the 2010 Soul Train Awards in Atlanta.

Vita moved to Universal Republic in late 2011 after the re-organization of Universal Motown, while still being signed to her production company SRP.

Vita is currently writing and co-producing her first full-length album. She released the album’s first single, “Fix You”, on December 18, 2012, in Canada. “Fix You” was nominated for the Best Dance Record for the 2013 Juno Awards, and within one month entered the Top 40 Pop Chart in Canada. The single went gold in Canada within 3 months. Vita was named “Artist of the Month” by Virgin and Bell Media for May 2013, and was listed as the #4 Emerging Artist on Canadian Billboard. In September of 2013, Vita was voted TeenFav’s Pop Artist of the Year.

Vita’s newest single called “What If” is out now. “What If” shares a powerful message about falling in love and promotes Vita’s support of equality for all people.

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