Hailing from Los Angeles, pop artist Nadia Vaeh has released an empowering new single, "Monroe."
"Monroe" pays homage to the female icons such as Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, Taylor Swift, Britney Spears, Meryl Streep, Celine Dion and more.
"I wanted to write a song paying tribute to many of the women who have influenced me as an artist, entertainer, and woman. "Monroe" to me is about being confident in yourself and working to uplift and inspire other women," explained Vaeh. "We all have room to shine and when we allow that light to flow through, we can create space for others to do the same."
Nadia fell in love with music at the age of two and her parents encouraged her musical talents by placing her in a travelling youth choir. Tragically, Nadia lost her mother at age seventeen and this caused the young artist to turn her back on the music industry. The songwriting dried up, she walked away from her high-school band and she began to walk along a path of self-sabotage.
Since then, Nadia has found herself on a new path of self-healing, using music as her main focus and her desire to inspire others through her music.
The song itself is an uplifting ballad that name-drops dozens of influential women. Powerful contemporary beats drive the song into a perfect pop song that would sit well on any mainstream radio show. Nadia's vocals show a blossoming talent and it's obvious that her musical journey is going to continue to blossom.
Proceeds of the song will be donated to GirlUp, a United Nations Foundation dedicated to advancing girls' skills, rights, and opportunities to be leaders and to inspire a generation of girls to be a force for gender equality and social change.
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