"Young Mystic" This Saturday at Marquee Theater

PVIPE Music and Phoenix VIP Events announced today that it has inked a deal to represent up and coming star Young Mystic. Young Mystic's music will be released by PVIPE Music.

Young Mystic is a 19-year-old hot young rising star in the hip-hop, rhythm and blues tradition. He will premiere his new single titled "Fly Like Me" at his live performance November 22, 2008 at Marquee Theatre. The song was written and recorded by Young Mystic and label mate Jo Beng at the legendary Studio at the Palms Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. The song was executive produced by PVIPE Music. The production team included Jay Kapp of BeatMobb productions and Graham "Bigadee Bunch" Benskin, brother of music icon Nile Rogers.

His Top 40 hit single titled "Last Time" was premiered on the #1 mix-show in Palm Desert by celebrity DJ SupaJames of Hot 97.7 KRCK. "Last Time" features an acoustic guitar on a catchy hook with smooth lyrics that will appeal to a cross over audience. While in Las Vegas kicking off his west coast promotional tour, he met with on-air personality Chris Cash aka: Cashavelli, The Prince, of Hot 97.5 KVEG. Cashavelli is featured on the remix version of "Fly Like Me." Visit for more information on Young Mystic.

"We are excited to be working with Young Mystic and his team, " said David Pryce, co-founder of PVIPE Music and Phoenix VIP Events. "Young Mystic has the determination, songwriting and performance ability to make it to superstardom and he will soon be a household name."

Sponsored by Episential, Phoenix VIP Events is a premiere event, rising talent promotion and lifestyle marketing company. The principles of Phoenix VIP Events have extensive experience in entertainment industry publicity, advertising, marketing and promotion that provide its clients with expert support through their relationships with media, publishers, promoters, radio stations and talent. PVIPE Music is the record label arm of Phoenix VIP Events that handles writing, publishing, production and distribution for its artists.

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