Latino Musical Sensation Mando Films Hit Single "Keep Me Alive" with the help of Barbizon Models

Barbizon Los Angeles Models featured in new music video with up-and-coming Latino musical sensation "Mando" for his first single "Keep my Alive".
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March 26, 2014 - PRLog -- March 26, 2014

Los Angeles, California

    Up-and-coming Latino Music Artist "Mando" completed filming for his latest single "Keep Me Alive". The video promises to boost popularity as well as solidify name-recognition in the US for the young star. Excerpts from the video have leaked on Instagram ( and behind the scenes photographs present a lively evening of filming on location in downtown Los Angeles.

    Cultivating the fresh soil of his career, recording artist Mando has been touring the television and radio circuits across the greater Los Angeles area performing on such television programming as "En Destardes" with Multimedios Television. His previous single "Este Momento" is generating plenty of YouTube buzz as viewers become increasingly more aware of the multi-talented young performer.

    The music video featured a dance scene wherein Mando's recording label "We Are Anyone" reached out to the iconic Barbizon Modeling of Los Angeles. Barbizon, perhaps known best as the world's first modeling studio and talent placement group, was happy to provide work for eight of their young models. The models were reportedly hired for six hours of extra work but were only needed for four, with no affect on their pay. All of the models reported enjoying themselves though it was "a bit chilly at the warehouse".

Barbizon models were: Alexis Garcia, Angelica Renteria, Brisette Vasquez, Carol Hernandez, Meagan Kunis, Ralph Lauren Asuncion, Ramia Allen-Silva, Rosio Torres.

  This ranks among the many successful bookings for Barbizon students with projects ranging from promotional modeling to high-fashion runway events. The Modeling and Talent Center is located in the world-famous Los Angeles Center Studios and has recently launched an initiative to place students in live studio audiences in both their LA and New York locations. Audience on Demand, a project of model placement company Agency 1939 seeks to benefit Barbizon students with exposure to professional recording conditions as well as professional experience and financial stipends for their participation with the studio.

To hear Mando’s music, visit his YouTube channel, here:

For more information on Barbizon and Audience on Demand, visit the links below:

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