Biography: It’s no surprise that Stalking Gia was tapped to write songs for Warner Chappel Publishing alongside industry powerhouses like Katy Perry, Beyonce and Bruno Mars. The New York-based artist is a rapidly rising star, drawing comparisons to songstresses like Lana Del Rey and Banks. And, as Nylon declared, “Stalking Gia’s music refuses to be muddled in the ever-growing electro-pop landscape – her songs are laced with a passion that thrives on individuality and quirkiness.”
With her seductive voice and smart lyrics, Gia has created an alt-pop sound that oozes sensuality, and pure, unabashed confidence. In 2015, Gia collaborated with Kill the Noise on “Without a Trace,” which quickly garnered almost 4 million listeners on SoundCloud. Her single, “Born Free,” was heralded by Idolator and PopShock, and LA Examiner, while Nylon described it as “one super-cool anthem for self-expression.”
Stalking Gia recently released viral single, “Second Nature”, an instantly satisfying track, with a subtle yet highly infectious groove. Peppered with buoyant synths and snaky bass lines, “Second Nature” was produced by Brooklyn-based duo, Noise Club. Currently, the track has over 2.5M plays on Spotify and was featured on Noisey, Galore Magazine, as well as Spotify’s New Music Friday Playlist, U.S. Viral Top 50 Charts and more. Stalking Gia’s follow up single, “Young Diana” (also produced by Noise Club) premiered with Earmilk and has also been featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday, as well as their Pop Rising and Weekly Buzz playlists.
Stalking Gia’s music has a declarative quality that explodes with confidence. The New York-based artist writes songs that are just as unapologetically spirited as the city itself. It’s no surprise that her alternative pop sound, tinged with just the right amount of irreverence, has earned her comparisons to songstresses like Lana Del Rey, Tove Lo, and Banks. – NYLON
“Stalking Gia has a smoky yet delicate voice that emulates the quintessiential female indie pop while waxing nostalgic of the voices of the early aughts like Natalie Imbruglia and Donna Lewis. Her latest release ‘Young Diana’ is a smooth duet with Deion Gill boasting notes of pop and contemporary R*B.” – Earmilk
Gia has a very pop-friendly approach to that alternative sound, using big radio-friendly hooks and inspirations with elements of minimalist electro-house present. Sonically it is very accessible, but still complex in song structure and slick production values. – The PopShock
“Stalking Gia makes raw honesy sound effortless…” – Galore Magazine