May 03, 2012 - UNSIGNED POP ARTIST BLARE LeVoir Hits Billboard POP CHART’S FOR The Second Time!




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Billboard ‘Pop Digital Song’ Chart Gives Nod To ‘Who’s Crying Now’. Singer-Songwriter-Dancer-Model Gets Mega Support from Social Media Fans!

DALLAS, May 3, 2012 – Pop recording artist Blare LeVoirs’ newly released single “Who's Crying Now”  hits the Billboard Pop Charts
recognizing this weeks hottest pop songs, ranked by sales and mainstream top 40 radio airplay detections as measured by Neilson BDS.

Following Rihanna, LMFAO and PitBull in the #50 spot, "Who's Crying Now" is the second of LeVoirs’ tracks to chart on Billboard.  Debut EP "All About Us", released October 25, 2011 charted #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 Singles Sales as well as charting #10 on the iTunes Store Top Album chart --- just behind Rihanna and Adele.

“I’m ecstatic to hit the Billboard Charts and get recognized for my work on ‘Who’s Crying Now’” said LeVoir. “My fans have been amazingly supportive.”

LeVoir wrote “Who’s Crying Now” to capture some of his experiences through music. The song features stabbing strings, pumping drums and melodic piano --- all characteristic of its’ bold lyrics that tell of a troubled relationship.

“Who’s Crying Now” follows LeVoir’s previous releases that have included both upbeat dance tracks and ballads from his EP “All About Us” and his successful singles "Digital Kiss," and "Happy Mistake".

Fans can visit LeVoir’s website to sample and purchase "Who's Crying Now" --- available on iTunes and Amazon .

About Blare LeVoir
Blare LeVoir was born in Caracas, Venezuela and raised in Texas.  At 11, LeVoir joined entertainment group The Casa Kids.  Desiring to pursue entertainment, LeVoir ventured into acting, dancing and modeling and was quickly noticed - adding dozens of commercial credits, including backup dancer in a Disney short. Awarded two prestigious scholarships to the Debbie Allen Dance Academy, LeVoir further incorporated dance and choreography to his repertoire.  His professional musical influences range from Justin Timberlake, to Kanye West.

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