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VIP Connected Entertainment LLC, the largest Caribbean-American Talent Agencyd. VIP was founded in 2007 and is based in New York City. Prior to launching her company, Ms. Brooks was employed by The Vardinoyannis Group of Companies. She also had the pleasure of working with Spitzer Engineering as well.   Ms. Brooks enjoyed the challenge of juggling between her commercial real estate job and entertainment. She would say it prepared her for stepping into her own business and has shaped her into a well-rounded businesswoman.  After 7 years at her corporate job, Ms. Brooks decided it was time to step out on her own and spread her wings.


Ms. Brooks is a motivational speaker and a true humanitarian. Born on the beautiful and some would say exotic island of Jamaica, she moved to New York City at a very young age. Trying to adjust and adapt to her new home was no easy task for young Lexy, but what her family and everyone who knew her would quickly realize is that she performs at her best when faced with adversities. “I am a passionate and determined person” said Ms. Brooks in a recent interview. “As long as God blesses me with health, and strength nothing is impossible for me to achieve. I have the spirit of wisdom and it does not hurt to use one’s common sense”. Ms. Brooks is a strong advocate for education and she believes that every child no matter their social or economic status MUST be given the tools necessary to prepare them for their future; hence the reason she started her own children’s foundation - Caribbean-Allstar Students also known as CASGLOBAL is an essay writing competition that is offered to elementary and secondary school students throughout the Caribbean Islands. She created the program to give inner city school children the opportunity to enhance their academic skills and creative thinking abilities. Winners of the writing competition are awarded various prizes which include, but is not limited, to an all-expense paid trip to a foreign country, cash bonuses, school prizes and many more. In 2017, Ms. Brooks generously donated pencils, books, school supplies and money to over 100 students at Dieppe Bay Primary School on the island of St. Kitts (a school she adopted back in 2008) and donates to them every chance she gets.

Clients: Ms. Brooks has worked with the "Who is who"; in the entertainment industry by bringing musical talents to fans worldwide. Her long A-list client roster include: Michael Bolton, Goo Goo Dolls, KC and the Sunshine Band, Chris Brown, Lionel Richie, Patti Labelle, Kenny Rogers, Beres Hammond, Trey Songz, Machel Montano, Beenie Man, Sean Paul, The Marley’s, John Legend, Lauryn Hill, Toni Braxton, Maxi Priest, Jason Derulo, Ciara, Morgan Heritage, Cece Winans, Pastor Donnie McClurkin, Sami Yusef, and many more. She has been involved with festivals such as Carniriv in Nigeria, Palmares Festival-Costa Rica, St. Kitts Music Festival, Dominica World Creole Music Festival, ATI Weekend-Jamaica, Jamzone-Guyana, Suriname and Ghana-Ms. Ecowas Peace Pageant. Ms. Brooks has also worked with actor Michael J. Fox’s, "Foundation for Parkinson’s Research” at the Waldorf Astoria in New York City.

Non-Profit work: She was Spokesperson, Event Planner and Coordinator for the “Yele Haiti Foundation” for 2 years after the devastating earthquake that shattered the country of Haiti in 2010. Yele Haiti is a nonprofit organization founded by Grammy award winner Wyclef Jean and Grammy winning producer Mr. Jerry Duplessis. Ms. Brooks also helped raise $1.4 million to donate to those affected by the earthquake.

Her Hats: Ms. Brooks can do it all; she is a promoter, producer, booking agent, host, pageant judge, artist manager, motivational speaker and publicist. If you were to ask her to describe exactly what it is, she does, she would give you a charismatic smile and proudly claim, “I am an entertainment guru”. At first, she may appear bashful or shy but do not let that fool you. She is very much a strong, powerful, yet humble soul. She is considered one of the leading women in the music industry today.


This is not the End it is the Beginning!

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