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C. Felicia Val'Rey a.k.a. "FeeCat"  is a songwriter, music producer, vocalist, and poet, who was born and raised in North Oakland, CA.. C. Felicia or Fee as she is called by many in the entertainment industry, started singing at the age of 2 in her church children's choir under the direction of her mother who was greatly known as an accomplished gospel and opera singer... her father was an established musician who played the guitar and piano, he taught Felicia how to play the piano at 5 years old, and gave her and her siblings several different instruments to learn how to play and form a band.

 
 

Felicia started writing poems at the age of 6, and wrote her first rap song “He's A Telephone Romeo” at the age of 9, which won 1st Place in her elementary school 'Writing Composition Contest'. While living and growing up in Oakland, every year she sang in her school's choir,  studied music, acting, and dance in school and at many facilities in the Bay Area, including Berkeley Black Repertory Theatre. She performed with Walter Hawkins and The Love Center Choir, Edwin Hawkins, Tramaine Hawkins, Lynette Hawkins-Stephens, James Cleveland, Sylvester, Darryl Coley, Rosie Gaines, Genie Tracy, and a plethora of other gospel and disco legends in Oakland. Felicia also performed in many off-Broadway musicals and stageplays throughout the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Area prior to moving to Los Angeles. Once she planted her roots in Los Angeles, Felicia started performing and touring with several bands throughout the U.S. and abroad... and was given an opportunity to travel to Asia and coach the Princess of Brunei in vocals and dance as apart of Salt-N-Pepa backing band. 

 

 

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WRITTEN AND COMPOSED  BY

 

As a songwriter she scored six original songs (composed lyrics, melodies, arranged, produced, and performed) creating musical magic with Grammy Award-nominated Producer Bruce "Automatic" Vanderveer (InRage Entertainment), collaborating on her original compositions including "Iron Bitch" using vocalist Ebony Rae on "Ry'Da Chicks", "Gangsta Train", "Lady G's" and "JusMe", for the indie film 3rd Generation Female Gangsta’ and song an original gospel "Can You Be There" acapella while appearing in this movie. She also composed an original song "Scorned and Restless" which she wrote the lyrics and melody, arranged and produced the music for the feature film "Truth Hall".   Felicia recently composed, arranged, and produced an original gospel hymnal "We's Be Slaves" for the indie film "My Dead Selfie" (a Joy Shannon film), which she makes an appearance as a slave singing acapella in the slavery flashback scene. C. Felicia currently resides in the Greater Los Angeles area.

ACAPELLA FILMED PERFOMANCES OF ORIGINAL COMPOSITIONS

"Çan You Be There"

(Original Song Written and Performed by C. Felicia "FeeCat"-

Homeless alley scene in "3rd Generation Female Gangstas".) 

We's Be Slaves"

(Original Song Written and Performed by C. Felicia "FeeCat"-

Flashback slave scene in "My Dead Selfie") 

CAREER INTERVIEWS AND PROMOS

 

C. Felicia's work is featured prominently in the film 

"3rd Generation Female Gangsta".

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3RD GENERATION FEMALE GANGSTA TRAILER

SOUNDTRACK COMPOSER/

MOVIE SCORER, PRODUCER AND PERFORMER

ADDITIONAL CREDITS

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CONTRIBUTING SOLO ARTIST/COMPOSER, "WE'S BE SLAVES" (FLASHBACK INTO SLAVERY SCENE)

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SONGWRITER ORIGINAL SONG "SCORNED & RESTLESS" (TRANSITIONAL SCENE MUSIC)

 

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