In 1990, London became her next major destination and she quickly established a name for herself on the jazz and latin scene. She collaborated with acid-jazz recording artist Ronny Jordan and became lead singer with latin/jazz-fusion band Cayenne.
She has worked with many luminaries of British jazz including David Newton, Gareth Williams, Jonathan Gee, Marc Parnell and Ian Thomas, appearing at venues such as Pizza on the Park, The 606 Club, The Vortex and Smollensky's on the Strand.
In The 606 Club she Victoria song with Steve Rubie's (606club owner) latin band, called Samara. Originally that band had a purely instrumental outfit, till Steve Rubie heared her singing in the mid-'90's and he added her to the line-up.
Towards the end of 1994, Victoria entered an entirely new phase of her career. As lead singer of dance-pop group Strike, her world became a rollercoaster of recording, promoting and performing.
Strike's first single 'U Sure Do' went to number 4 in the UK charts and Victoria began touring extensively, playing to audiences as large as 70,000. 'U Sure Do' also had chart success throughout Europe and Australia and this took the band to Spain, Italy, Norway, Holland, Germany and Japan. Strike went on to produce another four UK Top 40 Hits and a critically acclaimed album 'I Saw the Future'.
Recently Victoria signed a solo recording deal with Fresh Records in London and began writing and recording her first album featuring song-oriented dance music with R&B influences. Her first single went to Number 8 in the Dance Charts and, in 1999, featured in the Top 10 of world-renowned DJ, Paul Van Dyk.
Having just completed a successful three month season at Terence Conran's Mezzo, she regularly appears at some of London's most sophisticated and stylish venues such as The Waldorf, Opium, Sound Republic and the St Martins Lane Hotel as well as many corporate functions and private parties.
Victoria is a versatile performer freely moving between musical genres; jazz standards, latin, funk and disco. She performs songs in Spanish, Italian, French and Brazilian Portuguese. Her charisma, powerful vocal performances and boundless energy make her one of the most exciting vocalists working today.
In 2002 she went singing for the band 3BS (3 Bean Salad) in West London