Singer Malia Civetz Is Showing The Flip -Side Of Things On Music Monday
Tuesday at 3:56 pm
A confident and charismatic woman struts up to a microphone and brings the house down with an earth-quaking voice, head-turning lyrics, and sass and swagger to spare. Self-positive, sex-positive, and in pursuit of inclusivity, Malia Civetz pushes buttons by way of powerhouse vocal delivery, sharp songwriting, and a thoughtful overarching message. Equally ponderous, provocative, passionate, and powerful, she asserts herself and presents a new female pop paradigm for Warner Records.
A tireless journey from a childhood spent in Hawaii to graduating from the Popular Music program at the USC Thornton School of Music set her on the road to realizing this ambition. Post-college, she linked up with powerhouse songwriter Ross Golan [Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande] and ubiquitous producer and songwriter J Kash [Maroon 5, Charlie Puth]. Signing to Friends With Pens founded by Golan and Kash, she initially made waves on the independent single “Champagne Clouds.” Ryan Seacrest personally debuted the track on his KIIS FM “On Air With Ryan” show and predicted,
“You’re going to hear about Malia—a lot.”
Taylor Swift championed it on her Apple Music and Spotify Favorite Songs playlist, and it eventually generated 20 million-plus streams. The follow-up, “Little Victories,” leaped past the 3 million-mark as she joined JoJo on the North American “Leaks, Covers, and Mixtapes” tour. At the time, she focused on honing her chops in the studio as a songwriter and landed a deal with Warner Records.
On the heels of Malia’s EP Debut, The Flip, (Oct. 16th), we were equally excited to have her hop on IG LIVE for #MusicMonday!