Vince Eyma, known by his business alias Vince Valholla and once referred to as Vince “The Prince,” is a Haitian-American record label executive, producer, artist manager and entrepreneur. Eyma was born in Miami, Florida and raised in the neighborhood of Little Haiti. After graduating high school, Eyma established his business foundation as an event promoter in the early 2000s while working with upcoming hip hop artists to pair their talent with emerging record producers, before founding his company Valholla Entertainment in January 2005.
Eyma launched Valholla Entertainment as an independent record label and quickly expanded his executive role beyond A&R and record production to artist management. His business relationships provided key insight on unsigned artists in the South Florida market and allowed for the development of a diverse talent roster including key members of the label’s current lineup. Eyma’s executive production credits have been cited by notable media outlets including the Miami New Times, the305.com and The FADER magazine.
Vince is currently based in Miami, overseeing the day-to-day operations of Valholla Entertainment including artist management, digital marketing, music licensing and publishing, video production and apparel merchandising. Separating business and personal downtime is difficult for this peer-proclaimed “workaholic” who continuously immerses himself in movies, entertainment and technology. He aspires to make significant contributions to the research and treatment of muscular dystrophy, a disease which impacted his father prior to his passing. When asked what would be one thing impossible for him to give up, Vince simply replies, “My dreams.”
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