Video: Victoria Kimani – China Love feat. R.City

Victoria Kimani, born in LA, originally from Kenya….started writing, recording and performing at 16, Lived in Nigeria her high school years, and Moved back to Nairobi, Kenya at 17…since then, she has been back and forth between LA, ATL, NY and London working with top artists and producers, perfecting and developing her musical and visual craft as well as writing for all sorts of signed artists around the world. In 2009 she joined a duo called Club Embassy and signed to Los Angeles Laker Ron Artest, released a mixtape called Diplomatic Immunity hosted by 50 cent’s DJ Whoo Kid, it got over 250,000 downloads and created a lot of Industry buzz…

In mid-2010 the duo split and began working on solo projects….Victoria has collaborated with International stars Ron Browz, Maino, Jadakiss, Dj green Lantern, Busta Rhymes, Mario Winans, Cassie, Lloyd, A.I (Japanese superstar) feat. Chris Brown & Diggy Simmons, Timati (Russian superstar) feat. Timbaland, White Nerd, Andy Chatterly, Pete “Boxta” Martin, Devyne Stevens,Konvict Music, Space Cowboy, Dawaun Parker, Diane Warren, and countless other Producers and Artists worldwide….

She was Nominated for two Channel O Awards for both singles and Performed on Africa’s Largest Live Award show as well, the Award nominations haven’t stopped rolling in since her single debut in 2013. Victoria has released her Mixtape “Queen Victoria ” available for free download now. Being the first Kenyan Artist on VEVO and a true trailblazer for African collaborations as well as a tastemaker for all things fashion & costume art/ makeup. Victoria’s creativity reflects in her visuals as well as her music.
She has been involved in the ONE Do Agric Campaign, as an Ambassador for Agriculture in Africa, collaborating with 20 other Artists on the continent, including Dbanj, Femi Kuti, Diamond and Fally Ipupa to name a few as well as joined forces with Michelle Obama & Bono in the “Poverty is sexist” campaign for women & girls living in poverty, she collaborated with other African female singers to create “Strong girl” an anthem supporting girls and propelling our leaders to support the girl child.

In 2015, Victoria embarked on an East African Tour in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda, and has been a trailblazer to taking advantage of the beautiful continent of Africa by exploring different sounds and vibes in African music.

From being the most downloaded collab and featured artist on Coke Studio seasons 2 and 3, performed on stages all over the continent of Africa and the world, Malaysia, Canada, Houston, Atlanta, London, from 2015-2016 , becoming a musical force in not only her home country Kenya, but also Nigeria where she co-resides, and quickly budding in South Africa with recent collaborations with Absolut Vodka & Khuli Chana for “One Source” and “Love still” On the One Source EP to featuring on Tweezy’s Ambitions remix, which is nominated for a South African Hip Hop Award 2016.

Victoria has proven that her sound and style are Africa’s untold story, the story of the African girl in America, finding herself alone without family and redefining herself based on her culture, her bloodline, and her influences. “Relocating to Kenya from LA & ATL was a dream come true, but being bi-coastal in Africa and having a presence in Nigeria and South Africa has been the true eye opener on how high I can aim as an artist, ” I believe I am An International Star already, the World is just finding out one day at a time. ”