Singer, Songwriter, Producer


By way of the West Coast, and some southern states in between, Paulina Vo is a singer, songwriter, and producer now based in Brooklyn, NY. Her sound stems from her love of pop, indie, r&b, folk, and hip hop. Her latest release, the self-produced "Weekends" (2016), bridges these genres together, and is brought to life during her intimate live shows. In addition to working on her next full-length album, Vo has written music for the award winning web series, "Here We Wait" (2017), the upcoming short documentary, "Please" (2018), and is currently composing for film and TV as well.

"Ghosts" from "Weekends" (2016) was nominated in the American Songwriting Awards (2017) and the Hollywood Songwriting Contest (2017) in the Best Pop Song category.

"Here" from the original indie series "Here We Wait" has been nominated in the Indie Series Awards (2018) for Best Original Song.







High-res photos from Weekends EP photoshoot

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Past Shows

Rockwood Music Hall, New York, NY

PIANOS, New York, NY

Pete's Candy Store, Brooklyn, NY

Pine Box Rock Shop, Brooklyn, NY

Erv's, Brooklyn, NY

The Delancey, New York, NY

The New York Coffee Festival, New York, NY

Additional show listings here.



The business of music licensing: A Conversation with Singer-songwriter Paulina Vo, Darth Jones, 2017


"On Weekends, Paulina Vo blends dazzling vocal melodies with R&B and electronic textures to create a compelling new sound."

The Record Club Podcast, 2016


"True to their name, this crew was full of colorful characters from all over the world who added to the culture in multiple ways. [...] At any given time of the day, Joey would be in the living room cutting vocals with Paulina Vo, a Vietnamese singer/songwriter who lived around my way."

Talib Kweli Opens Up On How His New Project, Colours Of The Culture, Changed His Life, Uproxx, 2015



On Her Terms: Women In Film, Episode 005: Lucy Prebble, November '17

The Tao of Self Confidence Podcast, Episode 234: "It's OK To Be Different", October '16

The Record Club Podcast, Episode 002, February '16