SOURCE: Alana Lee

June 22, 2011 19:14 ET

Alana Lee: The Multi-Talented 14-Year-Old Singer, Whose Debut Video 'Butterflies' Has More Than 10 Million Views and Counting, Signs With Innovative Indie Label 37 Records for Her Upcoming Follow-Up EP

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - Jun 22, 2011) - A lot of 14-year-old girls get "Butterflies" -- but only Alana Lee (www.alanaleemusic.net) has more than 10 million (and counting) YouTube viewers sharing the ups and downs of young love with her!

While the media was focused earlier this year on Rebecca Black's now infamous song and YouTube video "Friday" -- also written and produced by ARK Music Factory -- the multi-talented Southern California based performer was building an enthusiastic fan base of her own, with a much stronger "like" ratio.

One of Alana's more prominent fans showing love is celebrity blogger Perez Hilton, who featured the video for "Butterflies" on his website Perez TV. The track also broke through into the Top 100 Download charts on iTunes in seven different countries.

Building on this momentum, and super-excited but feeling no nervous "butterflies" in her stomach, Alana is recording her highly anticipated six song debut EP, to be released in time for a series of shows she will be performing this summer. She is signed to the innovative Long Beach, Calif. label 37 Records, whose roster currently includes the indietronic band White Apple Tree, Orange County (Calif.) based underground pop band The Gromble, Americana rocker Charlie Baker, singers Kristen Trayer and Melody Zephyr and folk singer-songwriter Cathy-Anne McClintock.

The label is owned by Steven McClintock, a veteran singer, multi-platinum songwriter and music producer who has three BMI Millionaire Awards, including one for a song he wrote for '80s teen pop singer Tiffany. He also produced her vocals during her superstar time and wrote 15 songs spanning three records, two of which become number #1 Hits -- "All This Time" and "If Love Is Blind."

Alana played a big part in choosing the songs she would record for her EP out of over 100 suggested to her by McClintock. The collection will include "Synchronize,""It's Nothing Personal,""This Is Me,""Drive Me" and "Turn It Up." There will also be a remix of "Butterflies."

Musically and lyrically, Alana feels that these songs truly convey who she is in her life right now as a person and an artist developing her unique "voice."

Contact Information

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    Chrissy Sutphin
    LUCK Media & Marketing, Inc.
    (818) 232-4175

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