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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, New York based alt-pop artist, Stalking Gia, has released her new single, Happy Birthday!
In the space between online fantasy and Manhattan’s real-life nocturnal glow, Gia’s stalking appears like a ghost. She descrbes her new single, Happy Birthday!, as “a very bitter birthday anthem to sing to your favorite toxic situation-ship!”
Stalking Gia is a platinum-selling songwriter and artist from New York City. The singer/songwriter earned more than 20 million streams and receiving praise from Billboard, Noisey, Marie Claire, Nylon, and other publications.
Stalking Gia’s debut single, “Second Nature,” was released in 2016. The track went viral, getting 13.2 million organic Spotify streams and getting more and more attention. “Wish U The Best” from blackbear’s platinum-certified chart-topper 2017 album Digital Druglord features a sample of “Second Nature.” In the meantime, her single “Siren” kept her momentum going.
She collaborated with Blackbear on the song “Miracles,” which was included on New Music Friday playlists all over the world and has already received 4.7 million streams. In addition, she went on tour with him.
After that, Stalking Gia teamed up with Epic Records to release songs like “The Kindest Thing,” a bombastic goodbye song, “Astronaut,” a piano ballad inspired by David Bowie, “Worship,” an empowering song about self-love, and “Blue,” her most recent song. “Blue” transports the listener into a different world with ethereal soundscapes and a static buzz from a lost connection.
Stalking Gia is returning to self-releasing her music independently and embarking on a new journey. She released “saddest happy girl” following the success of a recent Tiktok demo; a song that has received a lot of praise for its chorus that samples the well-known nursery rhyme “Clementine.”
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