Lesley Abravanel

Emily Estefan inks deal

EL Nuevo Herald

There’s a new sound machine creating buzz in the music biz. Emily Estefan, Gloria and Emilio’s daughter, has just inked a worldwide partnership with Sony’s RED Distribution to distribute her Alien Shrimp Records around the globe. Estefan founded Alien Shrimp Records “in the hopes that it would not only be a home for her original music, but also a place for new and emerging artists to thrive and truly express themselves creatively,” a press release says. “A home should support who you truly are, not shape you to be what others want you to be. I am beyond thrilled to call Sony/RED Distribution my new musical home. They took on this little Alien Shrimp with no questions asked and opened the door to my U.F.O.,” said the 21-year-old Estefan. The first offering of the newly signed deal is her debut album, slated for release in early 2017. The album’s first single, “Reigns (Everynight),” is set to release in late September.

The final installment of Eden Roc Miami Beach’s Paired Affair series takes place at 7 p.m. Saturday, at the hotel, 4525 Collins Ave., featuring performances by “American Idol” alumni and country singers Casey James and Tim Urban. There will be food and booze for sale, but the show is free. To register, go to edenrocmiami.com/paired-affair.

Miami Heat alum and ex-San Antonio Spurs player Rasual Butler was seen celebrating his mother’s birthday Monday at Rockwell.

Actress Heather Graham was seen working out Wednesday at Anatomy at 1220 with kettle bells and one of the gym’s “Body Architects.”

Good luck to 12-year-old Miamian Ruby Castro, a top six finalist on "So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation." Castro, a ballroom dancer, will compete on the episode airing at 8 p.m. Monday, August 22 on Fox.