Vic Whyte: Information

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Vic Whyte (genre: R&B) consists of

  • Victory “Vic” Florence Whyte McPatrick (Vocals)
  • Background (Born into music royalty, Vic Whyte is the daughter and second-born of the original Queen of Rap Flo Whyte and New York nightclub billionaire mogul Lawrence McPatrick, along with having original King of Rap Eddie Mason as her godfather and it-girl of the era Jana Jourdie as godmother. Losing her mother at a young age, Vic struggled. Nonetheless she enjoyed the privileges of her upbringing and spent all summers holidaying on Lake Como and every Christmas with Eddie Mason and the clan. Growing up in such circles, Vic’s musical streak was brought out easily. With such an iconic family tree, Vic also became somewhat of a tabloid stalwart even in her early teens as the front-pages chartered and critiqued her youth. That said, as Vic gears up to make her mark on the music business it’s her world-class vocal and undeniable star-quality that shine through and that she’s using to fend off all misconceptions surrounding this fascinating lady’s life.)
  • Album One • She (With her first album, Vic had a point to prove. Amid swirling tabloid gossip, she shocked the world with he surprise release of her debut single, Move Me featuring Kisi Kitikiti, and the album, She, to follow a week later. The single was an instant credibility earner, its balmy, tropical flair and bumping bass with a grimy edge and silky vocals impressed radio and the clubs as it received significant play for a new artist and attained at Top 40 chart position in the US. Unlike Move Me, the album was not so club-focused. A mix of soulful melodies, heartwrenching balladry, breezy RnB and groundshaking belters- the album received rave reviews and the verdict returned was unanimous- Vic couldn’t just sing, she was a real, credible and almighty artist in her own right. Singles We’ve Only Got the Rest of Our Lives, Bedtime, Friends and Family and Either Way followed to varying levels of success but as she expanded her fanbase and explored more, Vic felt that she needed to expand her musical comfort zone and so shifted focus from the themes and sounds of She for future recordings, effectively shunning the era, despite its relative success.)
  • Experimental Project • The Garden Sessions - EP (OUT NOW)

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Popularity
UK 23
USA 23
Canada 25
Aus & NZ 25
South America 25
Asia 25
Europe 25

Album Release History

Album Title Age Rating Week Total
Gemini Rising 47 100 0 5,326,431
The Garden Sessions - EP 83 100 0 4,419,479
She 99 100 0 3,519,265

Single Release History

Single Title Age Rating Week Total
No Artwork Every Inch of You 34 100 0 2,146,117
No Artwork Bad Bady (with Asena) 40 100 0 2,138,181
No Artwork Off Your Love 44 100 0 2,081,365
No Artwork Dissipate (ft. Kisi Kitikiti & Leon) 48 100 0 1,998,721
No Artwork I Gotta Be Free (taken from ‘Lady Lies’ - The Official Motion Picture Soundtrack) 52 99 0 1,892,537
No Artwork Only Love [taken from ‘Lady Lies’ - The Official Motion Picture Soundtrack] 56 100 0 1,815,866
No Artwork Didn’t Mean It [taken from ‘Lady Lies’ - The Official Motion Picture Soundtrack] 60 100 0 1,783,188
Quintessential (with Vibez) 64 100 0 1,774,973
Too Drunk to Drive 68 100 0 1,819,207
FWU 72 100 0 1,810,182
Need Nobody 76 100 0 1,766,204
I’ll Be Yours 80 100 0 1,707,374
Either Way 84 99 0 1,626,150
Friends and Family (ft. Eddie Mason) 88 100 0 1,544,076
Bedtime 92 100 0 1,396,443
We’ve Only Got The Rest of Our Lives 96 99 0 1,226,531
Move Me (ft. Kisi Kitikiti) 100 100 0 1,083,565
No Artwork All You Know 1159 100 0 938,107



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