Malia Civetz, Vocalist
Malia Civetz has performed as a vocal soloist on countless occasions across the United States and around Europe in Steve Hackman’s symphonic mashups. She began working with Steve Hackman in January 2015 performing in Beethoven v. Coldplay and continues to lend her voice to that piece and a growing list of symphonic fusions including Stravinsky’s Firebird Remix-Response, Tchaikovsky v. Drake, Skull and Bones, The Times They Are-A-Changin’, Bartok v. Bjork, and From Beethoven to Beyoncé.
Malia, a Los Angeles-based recording artist and songwriter, signed a publishing deal with Warner Chappell Music after graduating from the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music’s Popular Music Program. Post-college, she linked up with powerhouse songwriters, Ross Golan and JKash, signing to their newly created joint label. She initially made waves with her independent single ‘Champagne Clouds’ debuted by Ryan Seacrest on his KIIS FM morning show ‘On Air With Ryan Seacrest’. The song quickly earned 20 million-plus streams and made Taylor Swift’s ‘Favorite Songs’
playlists on both Apple Music and Spotify.
She moved on to sign a record deal with Warner Records making her major label debut in 2020 with her first EP, The Flip, featuring hit radio single ‘Broke Boy.’ Malia unveiled her second EP, Heels In Hand, featuring ‘Partied Out’ and fan-favorite ‘Sugar Daddy.’ Her work has amassed love from numerous publications and has landed spots in major film, tv, and commercial productions. Surpassing 85 million total streams as an artist, Malia continues to also write for a variety of artists across numerous genres.
Her musical accomplishments span well over a decade with early highlights that include performing as a ‘Star of Tomorrow’ at New York’s Apollo Theater at age 13, having the privilege to sing for President Obama at age 16 and performing in Barry Manilow’s show at the Paris Las Vegas at 17.
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