Victoria Renee Hand

Victoria Renee | Singer, Songwriter, Actress, Spokesperson

If you or your organization is interested in acquiring the licensing rights for your market for the song, “A Better Tomorrow” or would like to have Victoria Renee for a singing performance and/or Edie Hand as a Keynote Speaker contact us at 

Victoria Renee Hand - TriNet People ForceVictoria will be performing at the TriNet People Force event in New York. More info here.

Victoria Renee Hand sings the theme song for the movie, A Better Tomorrow, and is set to be released prior to the film being released.

Victoria Renee Hand is a recording artist, songwriter, and dancer from Indianapolis, IN. She wanted to be a singer from her youngest days and has been training with a vocal coach since the age of 7. By 8 years old she was performing and had already recorded songs that received airplay across major markets in Europe.

After being a five-time talent winner for Miss American Coed, two times state Outstanding Performer in show choir, appearing in a show every October in Vegas, and multiple dance and theater leads, she chose to make the move to Los Angeles to advance her career. Victoria booked her very first audition within a week of living in LA as the lead in an internationally touring musical.

As a singer and songwriter, she is collaborating with other artists on numerous film projects. Her recent accomplishments include sharing the same stage with Arianna Grande, new super girl group GRL, collaborating on a duet with hit Artist/Songwriter Ray Dalton (Macklemore’s “Ceiling Can’t Hold Us” over 7 x platinum, Thrift Shop, etc), and already worked with hit music producers and writers like Jazze Pha, Boy Rekless, Lars Halvor and Deekay, Young Yonny, and other up and coming artists.

Over the past few years, Victoria starred in six productions in and around Los Angeles. Starring as Cinderella in Cinderella, Mary in Mary Poppins, Goneril in King Lear, Judy in A Chorus Line, Belle in Beauty and the Beast, and Ivy in Bare, A Pop Opera.

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