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“Andrea Godin’s sensuous, original yet commercial vocals fit effortlessly onto some banging tracks to create an appealing popular R&B sound.”

Essential Pop

““This young lady has a unique sound that can seamlessly maneuver between the genres of Pop, R&B, Dance and Country. Here’s your opportunity to get to know more about this rising star and see why we at Nine5Four Magazine are so enamored by her talent. The lesson that industry insiders will take from her interview is that, “Good things can be found in small places!” ”

Nine5Four Magazine - Andrea Godin has the goods!

““This could be the first radio interview of a superstar. Her track, “I’ll Never Know”, is outstanding!””

92.1 CKPC

““Andrea’s songs are fantastic, very smooth, and catchy. She has a bright future ahead of her. Her voice is beautiful.””

All Access Television - The Jay Stoyan Show

““She will probably be the next artist you will see to be a great sensation””

CTV - The Beat

“Andrea Godin is a fashion conscious, singing sensation that we believe is worth a Sound Check! She has a new dance floor ready track called “Need A Minute” that is gaining buzz on the net and in the club. The track has all the makings of an A+ pop/dance song and the video features Andrea dancing. The song “Need A Minute” is one of those tracks that …. if you can’t get a dance when this one comes on in the club – check your fresh, pop a mint or go home – it’s made for dancing.”

"Andrea Godin's physical address may be in St. George, but the singer/dancer definitely sounds as though she should have been born in Los Angeles or New York. Anyone who attended the Canada Day festivities at Cockshutt Park can certainly attest to her singing and dancing abilities. Godin, along with her backup dancers warmed up the crowd with a 45-minute performance."

The Brantford Expositor

"She's a singer, she's a dancer, she's a writer, she's an all around performer...a true artist."

Rogers Television

"Andrea's a shining star on the rise."

The Burford Times

"Andrea comes alive on stage when she sings. She was on fire at the Cleveland Rock and Roll Hall of Fame."

The Brantford Expositor