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"Billboard #1 Hot Dance single"

Excess Vibration (sultry soul) was #1 Hot Dance, #2 Hot 100 Sept 19,2009
That week, two singles in the top 10! -

"Billboard #1 single"

Christelle's song "What you gon' do wit it" starring Dizzy D topped the "Hot R&B/hip hop single sales" for the week of May 23, 2009. Her "first" #1 -

"Billboard top 40 album"

For two weeks, Christelle's Debut EP album has been #32 on the Billboard's "Top R&B/hip hop albums" (May 23, 2009) After a steady climb to this position, we are waiting to see if this is the peak or there is more height remaining.
This is amazing for an independent, unsigned artist. -


Four Billboard #1 Maxi singles, Top 30 Album! Full Length Dance-pop/r&b album to be released with major distribution Summer 2010, following the release of her 5th single "VIP" with video.
Christelle has had national radio play on her singles, building with each release.
Christelle says, "I am speachless in Vegas. Thank you to all my fans!

There has been radio play both internet and commercial for all 3 of these single releases. for streaming/radio



This Las Vegas based twenty-one-year-old Pop/R&B artist has taken on countless challenges in her young life and career, and has successfully met every single one. Her hot new songs herald the arrival of this very special young artist. Her music will “move your body and put a smile on your face”.
Born in Gabon, West Africa, Christelle grew up listening to French, African and American music, but the music that struck a chord in her was the American R&B and Hip-Hop of artists like Beyonce, Ashanti, Brandy, Jay-Z, 50 Cent and Mariah Carey. As Christelle recalls, “Even though I couldn’t understand the lyrics back then, no other music made me feel as good.”
Arriving in Las Vegas in 2006, she immediately faced an enormous challenge – the language barrier. She explains, “It was a very difficult transition. It was horrible to not be able to communicate with people. I gained a tremendous amount of respect for the millions of immigrants that make up so much of America.”
Determined to learn English as soon as possible, Christelle enrolled in an intensive English school, graduating in December of 2007, qualifying her for the university system. Finding herself even more inspired by the entrepreneurial spirit of some of her favorite R&B and Rap stars, she enrolled into fashion design school, looking to create her own clothing line, in conjunction with her music.
Christelle has a wide variety of music from midbeat pop/R&B to her 1 hour dance-pop show. “I loved recording the songs I did this year and seeing them grow,” she says with a smile. “I know I’ve come a long way, but I’ve going to go much further this year.” She’s looking forward to touring. Hearing her music on the radio is very special, as she says, “I just hope to give back the good feelings I felt when I was in Africa, listening to American music.”