L.O.V.E
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L.O.V.E

Buffalo, New York, United States | SELF

Buffalo, New York, United States | SELF
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Felicia Perry, known professionally as L.O.V.E, (Born February 28,1990) is an American record producer, rapper, singer, songwriter and sound engineer.

The definition of love is everything her music sets out to be. At the age of 12, as a middle school student at Buffalo Traditional, then stage name Platinum released her first cd titled The Beginning. The 5 song cd consisted of premature song format and less than average metaphors, receiving attention from local barbers and fellow rappers.

By age 16, Platinum had already released a second studio album titled A Letter To My Cousin (in memory of her late relative who had been murdered), performed with legendary rapper Nas, appeared on several radio and television shows, won the Rolling Stone Magazine's Got Milk competition,received official national sponsorship by Lot29/South Pole Clothing and written several reference songs in association with Lyfe Jennings.

Felicia and her mother relocated to Atlanta, GA in 2007, after agreeing that new plateaus needed to be reached. Not long after their arrival to the music mecca of the south, Platinum was invited to Red Zone/Dirty South/Musicline Studios after receiving an interest message of her music on Myspace. While in Atlanta, Platinum was offered such opportunities as writing lyrics for industry majors such as Diamond (rapper) and Brandy as well as writing and recording music with artists such as Young Joc. The talented artist was also able to make opportunities with Tyler Perry, J Patton Management (Usher Raymond) and dance choreographer Devyne Stephens. After changing her name from Platinum to Maggie Magoo, Felicia was featured on the front page as well as a 2 page feature in The Buffalo News for her musical accomplishments as well as touring with several other up and coming artists.

After graduating with honors from Clarkston High School in Georgia, Felicia enrolled in Buffalo State College. As a media production major, Felicia began to master the craft of sound engineering and vocal mixing, which led to the entrepreneurship of her production company and vocal recording studio. L.O.V.E is also a radio personality for 100 watt college radio station FM 91.3 WBNY.