Music Artist and Serial Entrepreneur Vince Serrano on Building a Lasting Legacy

With the entrance of thousands of creatives entering the music industry every year, it’s becoming increasingly challenging to rise to the top. But behind some of Billboard’s greatest hits is a young Dominican-American Latin singer, songwriter, and entrepreneur who, at the prime of his career, has already produced Billboard-topping hits. It’s safe to say that Vince Serrano is one to watch.

Vince Serrano was born in Brooklyn, New York, but he was raised in Tampa, Florida. Ever since young, the artist knew that he was destined to make music. And so, without any hesitations, he committed himself to pursue a full-time career in the music industry. Despite growing up in poverty, Vince was persistent in changing his life and turning his poor decisions into inspiring narratives as a successful entrepreneur and musician. All his efforts and dedication were not in vain when his works landed among today’s chart-topping hits.

Vince Serrano has scored the 16th spot on Billboard Charts, No. 4 on the iTunes Chart, and appears on VH1’s Caught: My True Crime Story, the episode detailing his inspiring life and how he rose to fame. The show is a crowd-favorite among the Latin-American community, making Vince a household name across the country.

Vince Serrano aims to show the world that a particular sense of grind, faith, and self-belief can change one’s life for the better. Besides his flourishing music career, he is also the CEO of the worldwide trademark, Youngest in the Yacht Club, Raw-Link Media, and Solar Central Systems. Using his experiences, he aims to scale his success as a serial entrepreneur, not only for himself but also to create opportunities for others.

Vince Serrano always wanted to cement a lasting legacy through his action. He wants to be remembered as someone who gave his maximum effort in everything he does. Vince aims to build a name that lasts longer than himself as a testament to his hard work and dedication to uplift others by inspiring them with his story. Through music and entrepreneurship, he is slowly reaching his goals.

Furthermore, Vince Serrano aims to provide opportunities for others, the same way people have helped him scale his success over the years. He wants to add value to their lives through his music, solar company, and clothing line. The thought of helping others motivates him to get out of bed every day. Vince feels that he has a responsibility to pay his success forward, and he is willing to go above and beyond to create an impact on people from all walks of life.

In five years, Vince Serrano aims to become an even more successful musician. He envisions winning the Latin Grammys and gaining various Billboard accolades with his music. The artist also seeks to become the CEO of a billion-dollar company. Additionally, he wants to use his success to spearhead various philanthropy projects and create meaningful and sustainable projects for his community. 

Vince Serrano amplifies that his past has significantly contributed to the person he is today. It is because of his experiences that he was able to come this far. Using whatever platform, he wants to encourage listeners, music lovers, and aspiring entrepreneurs to always believe in their dreams.

To learn more about Vince Serrano, visit his website.

Glenda Drewery
Glenda Drewery is a Media Publisher Lead at Music Observer. She works with publishers, broadcasters, news outlets, sports and music organizations, education, and lifestyle brands (among others) to create a healthy ecosystem of diverse content. She ensures clients from the entertainment industry are positioned for success.


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