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Posted: 2:17 p.m. Friday, July 6, 2012



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Talented singer and songwriter CymcoLé is a promising star in the making. Her passion for singing and performing has been brewing since she was just a little girl. CymcoLé cultivated her talent by further studying piano, voice, songwriting and dance. In 2011, with the encouragement of her family, CymcoLé began recording her album with her producer Gerry Williams and began making preparations for her debut music video "Live It Up". CymcoLé's determination and perseverance is proven by her demanding schedule and versatility. While balancing her studies and hours at the recording studio, she managed to maintain high ranks as an athlete at Dr. Phillips High School, where she is a starter for the junior varsity basketball team and one of Central Florida's top lacrosse players for Dr. Phillips Lacrosse. In 2012, she was featured in The Orlando Sentinel Varsity Sports section where they discuss her aspirations as an athlete and a recording artist.

CymcoLé's family has been extremely influential in both her athletic and musical career. As the daughter of Hall of Fame Baseball Player Barry Larkin, sister of college Basketball player Shane Larkin of UM, and sister Brielle Larkin former Dr. Phillips Lacrosse player, you can't help but wonder where her inspiration for sports came from. CymcoLé's inspiration for dance and stage performance comes from her mother who was a professional performer on Broadway shows such as The Pajama Game, The Music Man and Babes in Toyland. Brielle Larkin's creativity as a professional make-Up artist and stylist also plays a pivotal role in CymcoLe's love for fashion and make-up.

With all the support and inspiration CymcoLé has received from her family and mentors, she remains determined to build a name for herself. Her music is original with inflections of R&B, latin, Pop and Hip-Hop. As a multicultural artist she embraces her latin roots through her music. In 2011, she was invited to Puerto Rico to sing at The Carlos Beltran Baseball Academy Gala honoring Roberto Alomar. Among the attendees was Alex Rodriquez, Ricky Henderson, Bernie Williams, "Big Papi" David Ortiz and other distinguished guest. CymcoLé's exhilarating performance of her original latin song "Cerca De Mi" was splendid and earned her a standing ovation. Soon after, she was mentioned in several media outlets throughout Puerto Rico recognizing CymcoLé for her outstanding performance.

CymcoLé is pursuing her dream. Soon, her single "Live It Up" will be released following her album. Preparations for her promotional tour, new music, videos and performances are currently in the works.

CymcoLe's debut album is due to drop this summer and she will be on tour in Brazil beginning in the fall of 2012.