Vintage V Responds to Drake With “Marvin’s Room 2”

Vintage V has been honing her vocal and song writing talents for the past decade.  I recently got to hear her perform at the Apache Cafe for the monthly installment of the Dirty Hollywood Artist Showcase.  My highlight for the night was when the songstress moved into her response to Drake‘s track “Marvin’s Room” from his second studio album Take Care.   On “Marvin’s Room”, after a few too many cups of that Rose and XO, Drake drunk dials his ex-girlfriend to tell her how lonely and frustrated he is.  What’s a girl to do when she has moved on and has a new man?  Vintage V gives you a listen to the other side of the conversation with “Marvin’s Room 2.”

Vintage V’s “Marvin’s Room 2”

I love Drake as a artist. I was drawn to this song and felt it conveyed a great story from a guy’s point of view, however I wanted to put a spin on it from the imagination of a female.   The next move for the romance depicted in “Marvin’s Room 2” song is actually a real life ending of the relationship. “She” finally leaves the destructive relationship and Is living her best life single loving herself. I have a follow-up song that will be on my upcoming EP, Saturday’s Oxygen, entitled “Safe with me” – Vintage V

Drake’s “Marvin’s Room”

Q&A With Vintage V

What was your most recent addition to your personal music library?
The most recent additions to my personal music library was Ed Sheeran’s Divide album, and Nipsey Hustle’s Victory Lap album.

What was your first live music experience? 
My first live music experience was at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. 50,000 people, it was the best feeling I’ve had seeing artists performing live!! Some of the artist were Kelly Clarkson, Frankee Razor and more.

If you could cover one album in your music library which would it be?
Sade’ s greatest hits. She’s timeless.

What artist do you wish more people had in their music library?
Radiohead.  I love the originality and creativity behind each individual album and song. They create timeless masterpieces effortlessly. Their music inspires me as an artist.   I have never had the pleasure of seeing them perform live but it’s on my to do list.

If someone has never seen you live before what should they expect?
Expect great energy and vibes, the unexpected. I’m not “set in stone”, great original music that may range from smooth R&B, to soft rock, to hip hop.

What’s the perfect drink to enjoy during one of your shows?
A glass of Dry River 2008 Pinot Gris (Martinborough). It definitely sets the mood to enjoy the performance and if you’re lucky the after party with that special someone! [laughter]