Vanda delivers anthemic hip-hop single, "Queen V"

LA-based musician Vanda delivers cheeky single “Queen V,” an empowering hip-hop production that fuses a playful energy with powerful self-confidence for a bop that has us reaching for the replay button. A candid track on theme of self-love led by Vanda’s impressive rap bars and a gritty soundscape, sees the rising star tap into a message of growth and change.

Bursting with a musical talent that she has honed since the age of three and an overload of charm, Vanda’s music is as fierce and fun in equal servings, offsetting her mature artistry with an instantly likeable tongue-in-cheek approach.Inspired by the lessons she learnt during quarantine, the booming beats and anthemic presence of “Queen V,” give way to a thoughtful message about rebirth and growth in a move towards major change that she refers to as “a shedding of the skin.”

Speaking about the recording process behind the track, ”What started off as just playing around, shifted into a powerful essence of energy Joel (my collaborator) and I really fell in love when we realized we had a special vibe in the chorus and the pre chorus,” adding that it allowed her to tap into a whole new sound within her.

Born Michelle Alyce Vanda in Chicago, this rising singer has been enamored by music since toddlerhood, working relentless to hone and develop her passion for pop music. From learning to writing her own music and spending hours on end at her father’s recording studio to receiving praise for debut single “Young For Life,” in 2015, Vanda’s life has been a journey hyper-focused on her dreams of creating a sound that cuts through all the noise and etches itself into your memory.

With an attention-grabbing artistry developed on the back of her love for music combined with a willingness to improve that led to her enrollment at The Musician Institute in Hollywood, Vanda is on the rise with nothing to stop her.

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