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‘Snooki’ gets AdELA ‘Off the Burner’

Snooki’s Team Snooki Music preps to put out AdELA’s new EP

MTV’s “Jersey Shore” star and author Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi officially announced today that she has signed Miami-based pop star AdELA to Team Snooki Music.  How did this happen? How did these two even meet?

Unsurprisingly in this day and age, the two connected via the internet.  AdELA contacted Polizzi through twitter.  Polizzi agreed to listen to the young songstress’ demo and promptly signed her to Team Snooki Music.  After some time in the studio the end result is AdELA’s eclectic offering Off the Burner.

The EP is a blend of high energy dance tracks, pop and hip-hop.  It features samples from Daft Punk as well as the 1983 Real Life cut “Send Me An Angel”.

AdELA says: “My music has no barriers, I make the type of music I am feeling in the moment and I pull sounds from all genres. As an artist, you have to have an open mind, a creative vision, and the will to take risks in order to build your own brand”.

“Live On”, the first single from the disc was released just days ago.  AdELA is proud to have written co-produced the piece “after the loss of a close friend”.  Polizzi and AdELA recently urged fans to get involved with the production of the accompanying music video for “Live On” by submitting photographs of lost loved ones.

The completed video went live this past Sunday on YouTube.  AdELA’s fans were touched to see the featured photographic collage of their contributions which appear during her performance.   The Off the Burner EP was produced by a trio of talent including Grammy winner StreetrRunner, Vinny Venditto and Instinctz Beats and will be available on iTunes on March 21.

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W. Scott Phoenix, B.A., B.S. was born in Hawaii, raised in Pennsylvania and resides in California. He has been a published writer since 1978. His work has appeared (under various names) in numerous places in print and online including Examiner.com. He is a single parent of three children and has also worked as an actor, singer and teacher. He has been employed by such publications as the Daily Collegian and the Los Angeles Times.