Tammy Rivera coming to Play Sports Bar

Tammy Rivera's "Only One" single cover
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Tammy Rivera is expected to host the Little Red Dress Affair on Saturday, Dec. 2 at Play Sports Bar in Tallahassee.

The Love and Hip-Hop Atlanta (LHHATL) reality star and singer is also expected to perform.

Promotion teams Take Over Entertainment (T.O.E.) and Wolfpack Entertainment Group are working together to bring Rivera to Tallahassee.

The CEO of Wolfpack Entertainment Group Floyd Bostic said that the Little Red Dress Affair is an event made special for a girl's night out.

"The city can expect a great turnout, interaction, pictures and a celebration of [the power of women in] a great night two weeks before the college town gets ready for Christmas break," Bostic said.

Aside from singing, launched T-Rivera, an online swimsuit boutique created by the singer in 2015, that caters to women of all sizes constructed towards emphasizing female curves.

The fashion designer was born in Virginia, but grew up in Baltimore, Maryland and eventually relocated to Atlanta, where she agreed to be a cast member on the third season of LHHATL in 2014 which aired on VH1.

Rivera is married to Atlanta rapper Waka Flocka Flame. The two showcased their relationship on LHHATL. The couple gave an interview with MaximoTV on Oct. 6 where Flame said, "I'm her biggest fan, I'm more excited for her music than I am mine.”

Rivera released her debut single “All These Kisses" in June and followed up with her current single "Only One."

In an interview with Kiss Magazine on June 29, Rivera said she wants to grow in her career.

"I want to grow in my career, there's so much I want to do. I want to be able to just sing with no conscious … I want to be able to express myself and be free as an artist," Rivera said.

Rivera is working on her debut album that she hasn’t given a title, but is being produced by singer, songwriter, record producer, and rapper Rico Love.

Melannie Sands is a senior psychology student who said she has listened to Rivera since her role on the reality show LHHATL.

"I've been a fan of Tammy ever since I saw her on Love and Hip-Hop. I like how she stays clear of drama. I enjoy her music; she sings about things I can relate to and feel in terms of love,” Sands said. “I’m expecting the event to have a good atmosphere and she will really welcome her fans and probably gain new ones.”

For ticket information visit Tammyatplaytally.com