Aviance Sings National Anthem With Controversial 3rd Verse | @aviancemusiq


Known as "The Bad Girls of R&B," Aviance is one of the best R&B of coming acts today. With their huge, cutting and soulful voices and a diverse line-up of songs with women empowerment anthems while keeping most of their music bright and friendly. Aviance is a Philadelphia based female group that gets the house jumping everywhere they go; with their R&B allure, soulful voices, pop hooks and hip hop swag. This all lead singing trio features Beyyond, Dominique Nicole & Jess, and they get down and gritty with soulful voices.

Aviance gives their fans and all music lovers just what they’re looking for "real" singing! The name "Aviance" comes from the word "ambiance" and they represent every meaning of the word, because these ladies are known for creating a special vibe when they enter a room. Their performance is definitely memorable; in every way, which causes them to gain new, loyal and dedicated fans wherever they go. They've opened up for Artists such as Dru Hill, K-Ci & Jo Jo, Silento, Jazz the Greatest and many more. These girls have gained a reputation for rocking the house wherever they go.

Aviance plans to make their mark on the industry by being known for the singing group that has brought back TRUE SINGING and REAL MUSIC to this industry. Their talents collectively and individually will definitely leave a mark on this industry and give them the type of staying power that legendary artists had.
In the video, the group sings the original national anthem with the controversial 3rd verse since then removed and explains the reason.



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