The new single from NYC based alt pop singer/songwriter Stalking Gia, 'Euphoria' is "about the desire to find a deeper connection with someone and the fear of losing them."
From co-writing with other artists for their projects to creating her own “no rules” music, Stalking Gia is a sought after name in the game; bicoastal between New York City and the music scene of Los Angeles. She has released several singles, including a few tracks under Epic Records. Since then, she has returned to releasing music independently and continues to gain a loyal fan base.
Her latest single, 'Euphoria' is "about the desire to find a deeper connection with someone and the fear of losing them. The lyrics describe the struggle to break free from the monotony of everyday life and the search for something more. A longing to escape the mundanity of their current situation and reach a new level of intimacy," confides Stalking Gia.
At the age of five, Gia had her first dose of the limelight when she starred as the child lead in one of Cheerios most globally successful commercials. She was a professional Broadway actor (alongside her friend, Nick Jonas) and Top 5 Disney Radio artist with songs featured in the movie 'Another Cinderella Story' starring Selena Gomez. She then lent her voice to Popstar Barbie in the 2012 animated movie Barbie: The Princess and the Popstar, which was produced by Universal Studios and premiered on Nickelodeon.
In 2016, as an independent artist she released her debut single, “Second Nature”, kick starting her viral fame and gaining her over 13.2 million streams on Spotify. It was later sampled on the single Wish U The Best by blackbear, an A-List Top 40 recording artist with 20 Million Spotify monthly listeners. The two artists would later tour together and collaborate for their track, “Miracles”, which has earned over 4.9 million streams. From that success she secured a publishing deal with industry giant Warner-Chappell.
Last summer she teased a demo on TikTok using the famous nursery rhyme 'Oh My Darling Clementine'. It gained traction and after getting a positive response she went on to release a full version titled 'saddest happy girl'.
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