In 1994 she wrote songs for many artists, including Britney Spears.
Green released her first album A Love Story, featuring the hit "Emotional Rollercoaster", in November 2002 in the U.S. and February 2003 in the United Kingdom. Three years later she released her second album Vivian which featured the hit first single "Gotta Go, Gotta Leave (Tired)".
During her three-year hiatus she had a son, Jordan, with ex-husband Erik Tribbet, a drummer from nearby Camden, New Jersey. At a recent gig, Vivian announced that she is currently recording her third album.
In 2004 she appeared on the De-Lovely Soundtrack singing Love for Sale and had a cameo in the movie. She also appeared on NBC's American Dreams as Brenda Holloway, singing her version of Holloway's hit "Every Little Bit Hurts".
In 2007 she appeared on Guru's album Jazzmatazz, Vol. 4: The Hip-Hop Jazz Messenger: Back to the Future on the track "Free and Fine".
|2002||A Love Story||51||18||RIAA:Gold|
|2008||Third Studio Album||TBR||TBR||RIAA: TBR|
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|2002||"Emotional Rollercoaster"|| || || |
|2003||"Fanatic"|| || || |
|"What Is Love?"|| || || |
|2005||"Gotta Go Gotta Leave (Tired)"|| || || |
|"I Like It (But I Don't Need It)"|| || || |
|2006||"Cursed"|| || || |
Vivian Green in bloom. (Postings).(the video of sultry singer Vivian Green's soulful song "Emotional Rollercoaster")(Brief Article)
Mar 01, 2003; LOS ANGELES -- For the video of sultry singer Vivian Green's soulful song Emotional Rollercoaster for Columbia Records, visual...