Music Tells The Story
In 2009, LaVie released her first album titled "Life Music," which was filled with inspirational and soulful songs. The release party was attended by friends, family, and supporters from the Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach areas. Since her debut album, LaVie has been continuously creating music and gained popularity with her single "Alive," which has touched the hearts of listeners since 2014 and remains a fan favorite.
In 2015, LaVie collaborated with recording artist Giel and singer/songwriter Kristine Alicia on the song "Human." She embarked on The Maestro East Coast Tour that year, performing in 10 major cities across the nation, including New York City, Boston, D.C., Chicago, Detroit, and Pittsburgh. As the opening act for KyMani Marley, son of Bob Marley, LaVie enthralled thousands of fans with her performances. In July 2016, she released her newest single "Queen," drawing inspiration from her Caribbean heritage. LaVie's music can be found on all major digital music platforms.
In 2016, LaVie had the opportunity to share the stage with renowned artists such as Usher, Janelle Monae, Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds, Fred Hammond, the Average White Band, Regina Belle, and many more at Jazz in the Gardens. In 2023, LaVie returned to Jazz in the Gardens, opening for Keisha Cole, Sean Paul, Charlie Wilson, and Erykah Badu.
LaVie is not only a talented musician but also a wellness and success advocate, guiding women in reclaiming their strength and creating lives filled with resilience, emotional well-being, and self-discovery.
Furthermore, LaVie is the Founder and President of Give Thanks, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing social services for children in need.
With her captivating stage presence and infectious personality, LaVie serves as a shining example of living life to the fullest. Her name, "La Vie," meaning "The Life" in French, perfectly embodies her mission to encourage and empower people to embrace the life that God intends for them through her music, philanthropy and advocacy.