Double Dutch Bus, Raven-Symone, College Road Trip
Raven-Symone Music Video for the single "Double Dutch Bus" from her new movie College Road Trip. RAVEN-SYMONÉ (Melanie) is one of Hollywood's most powerful and talented young stars. She is best known for her role in the Emmy® nominated comedy series "That's So Raven" for the Disney Channel. She played Raven Baxter, a teenage girl who periodically received brief psychic visions of the near future. Trying to make these visions come true resulted in trouble and hilarious situations. Her role as Raven garnered two NAACP Image Awards and a third nomination this year for Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children's series/special, two Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards for Favorite Television Actress and a Young Artist Award for Outstanding Young Performer. "That's So Raven" was nominated for two primetime Emmy Awards® for Outstanding Children's Program in 2005 and 2007 and was nominated this year for a NAACP Image Award. Raven-Symoné was named producer for the series' fourth season which aired in 2007. On April 22nd, she will release her fourth solo album, "Raven-Symoné," on Hollywood Records. Raven-Symoné's film credits include: Garry Marshall's "The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement," opposite Anne Hathaway and Julie Andrews, "Dr. Dolittle" and "Dr. Dolittle 2" opposite Eddie Murphy. Her role in "Dr. Dolittle 2" earned her two award nominations, a NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Youth Actor/Actress and a Nickelodeon Kids Choice Award for Favorite Female Star. On television, Raven-Symoné starred as Olivia on the critically acclaimed series "The Cosby Show" for which she received the Young Artist Award for Exceptional Performance by a Young Actress Under Nine. She also starred on the comedy series "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper" for four seasons. Both shows were on ABC. Raven-Symoné starred on four Disney Channel Original Movies: "Zenon," "Zenon: Z3," "The Cheetah Girls" and "The Cheetah Girls 2." She received a Black Reel nomination for Best Actress and served as an Executive Producer for "The Cheetah Girls 2." Raven-Symoné continues to voice the role of Monique on Disney Channel's animated action/comedy "Kim Possible." Raven-Symoné released her third solo album, "This is My Time" in 2004 on Hollywood Records. She also performs on the gold-certified soundtrack for "That's So Raven" and the double platinum-soundtrack for "The Cheetah Girls," which clinched 2004's #2 top-selling soundtrack. Raven-Symoné released her first hit single, "That's What Little Girls Are Made Of," when she was five years old. That same year, she debuted on Broadway with the Boys Choir of Harlem for their 25th anniversary celebration. She toured with N'Sync to support her second CD, "Undeniable." As an innovative entrepreneur, Raven-Symoné created a "how to" online destination for teens and tweens, RavenSymonePresents.com. The site features an easy-to-use video player and playlist where users can discover new content. The video clips feature Raven-Symoné personally demonstrating an array of useful tips and project ideas for her fans and supporters. Http://www.blacktree.tv A BlackTree Media Production Thank you for watching!