On Thursday, November 3, singer, songwriter and multi-platinum R&B star GIVĒON returned home to Long Beach, Calif., to pay homage to his roots and give back to his hometown and community that helped launch his career.
Surrounded by his mother and brothers, GIVĒON unveiled a new state-of-the-art recording studio, donated to World-Famous VIP Records in partnership with Tres Generaciones Tequila. At the event, Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia presented GIVĒON with a proclamation for their support and contributions to the community.
The studio was donated by GIVĒON in partnership with Tres Generaciones Tequila, along with 100 studio hours that will be donated to the community managed by VIP Records. It will be the first time in decades that musicians will be able to record within the walls of VIP Records.
At the event, GIVĒON talked about how it was in the recording studio that he realized it had been a year since his breakup and the moment he decided to write a song about “l ‘Anniversary of Heartbreak’, which became his multi-platinum ‘Anniversary of Heartbreak.’
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia presented GIVĒON with a proclamation for their support and contributions to the community.
Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia and GIVĒON