La'Vita G. Raynor (born September 26, 1981 in Plainfield, New Jersey) better known by her stage name Vita, is a female rapper. She first got a real life look into being a rapper when her older sister, Kima, joined Bad Boy Entertainment's R&B trio, Total. Later she signed a management contract to Hype Williams, a well known music video director.
In 1998, under the name Hot Totti, she appeared in the Hype Williams film "Belly" playing DMX's girlfriend on the side. In the same year she also signed her first deal with Murder Inc., joining Irv Gotti's super group The Murderers. The Murderers made their debut with the release of "Irv Gotti present: The Murderers". Vita's self-titled song "Vita" was the album's third single.
She was scheduled to release her debut album La Docle Vita in 2000, however it was never released. After constant album delays she left the label to sign to The Game's The Black Wall Street Records label, but according to Vita's My Space page she is no longer signed to Game's Black Wall Street nor is she listed on the label website. 3. ViTA is a Venezuelan singer who was born in the city of Mérida. At the age of 15 she signed her first recording contract with “Hecho a Mano Discos” with the girl band “La Niña”, which it was directed by Ricardo Montaner.
In Venezuela, she performed in more than 70 concerts and interviews. The single “Déjame volar contigo” was positioned in the top rankings of the Venezuelan radio stations for 3 years. She was also the lead actress and singer in the TV series “Hasta el Final” with Venevisión that was aired for over fifteen months. In 1999, she also participated as an actress in the Servando and Florentino's movie: "Muchacho Solitario". The soundtrack sold "Triple Palitinum Record" in Venezuela.
In 2004, the band traveled to Perú, where they performed in more than 60 concerts and positioned 3 singles at the top of the Peruvian radio stations for a whole year, at that time “Universal Music Latino” signed ADN in one of the shows when opening to Sin Banderas. All these performances and popularity made “La Niña” the winner of the award: “Best New Group of the Year” in Venezuela and Peru. ViTA recorded the first album with ADN (Renamed after “La Niña”) in Venezuela, and co-wrote the songs with the Grammy Nominees composers and producers: Yasmil Marrufo and Fernando Rojo. In 2005 ViTA went back to Venezuela where she composed the soundtrack of the Elia Schneider’s movie: “Des-Autorizados” and acted as one of the three main singers.
At the end of 2005, ViTA moved to Miami where she shared stages as a back up singer with Chayanne in the Miami American Airlines and in Mexico. In the meanwhile, she started composing with the producer Francisco Del, who understands the anglo and latin fusion that she was looking for, that is the moment in ViTA's life where she fond in love with the sound she always dreamed of, R&B-Soul in Spanglish. In June 2011, ViTA celebrates the release of "Breakaway", which is the name of her first single. 4. Vita is a side-project of Victoria Lukas, vocalist and co-producer (with Gerald Donald) of the Zerkalo project.
Vita's first album, titled ∞, was released on Frustrated Funk in 2013. http://victoria-lukas.com/ Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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