It’s not an oxymoron, however, it’s actually true. Stalking Gia has found a way to make a sad song happy. Or is it a happy song that’s sad? Actually, at this point, I don’t know how to feel. I’m crying but laughing and boppin at the same time. Yep! I said it. Now that I have you confused, press play and make your decision.
Stalking Gia is a New York City-based artist and platinum-selling songwriter. Generating more than 20 million streams and receiving acclaim from Billboard, Noisey, Marie Claire, Nylon and more, the singer/songwriter materializes like a specter in the space between online fantasy and Manhattan’s real-life nocturnal glow.
Stalking Gia first came to life via the 2016 single “Second Nature”. Achieving viral success, the track organically tallied 13.2 million Spotify streams and incited a growing buzz. blackbear integrated a sample of “Second Nature” into “Wish U The Best” from his platinum-certified chart-topping 2017 album, Digital Druglord. Meanwhile, she maintained her momentum with the single “Siren”. In addition to touring alongside blackbear, she teamed up with him for the song “Miracles”, which landed on New Music Friday playlists worldwide and amassed 4.7 million streams and counting.
Stalking Gia then partnered with Epic Records on releases including “The Kindest Thing”, a bombastic goodbye anthem, “Astronaut”, a Bowie-inspired piano ballad, “Worship”, an empowering song exploring the theme of self-love, and “Blue”, her most recent track, which pulls the listener into another world with ethereal soundscapes and a static buzz from a lost connection.
Stalking Gia is now embarking on a new journey and is back to independently self-releasing her music. With a recent Tiktok of a demo gaining momentum she just released “saddest happy girl”; a song which samples the famous nursery rhyme “Clementine” in its chorus.