Updated: Sep 25, 2020
Mia, tell us some more about how you first got into music.
I just remember my whole life revolving around music since I was a little kid.
My parents were in the business; my is mom a manager and my is dad a singer, rapper, and producer.
My grandparents played instruments and my brothers and I all make music.
It was a very big part of my childhood.
I started writing my own songs and practiced singing to my favorite artists.
Then, I started collaborating with my dad and brothers.
Once I got into middle school and high school, I studied music and continued my education at Berklee College of Music.
I was and still am always around other artists, so it was really natural for me.
What would you say is one of the most difficult aspects of pursuing a career in music?
I would have to say being fearless.
You have to be for things to move forward.
I'm a bit of an analytical person and I like to take every step possible and “do things the right way,” but I didn't realize that was holding me back.
I had to just make a plan and run with it.
Your style is so unique! How would you describe your style/sound when it comes to your music?
I would describe it as pop and R&B fusion with some flares of latin and hip hop.
I just recently started singing really rhythmically to where it sounds like I'm rapping.
Hehehe I'm not a rapper though.
You can really hear where I come from as far as my family background.
Do you have anything new or upcoming we can expect to see from you?
My single, "Stuck" comes out on pre save October 2nd, along with the music video and my album will soon follow.
The song is a complete vibe for all types of moods and I feel it's a great transition from summer to fall and the new year.
The lyrics are versatile and the production is lush and ethereal.
Overall, it's just a really feel good and captivating sound.
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