Brooklyn based pop star makes her music debut and we were along for the ride!
Less than a week ago, Brooklyn based pop singer Olivia Noelle, debuted her first EP called “If Boys Could Cry”. The EP contains a song featuring Kid Ink called “High For Me” which anyone who has been in a relationship can relate to. Also, she pays tribute to one of her favorite artists Andre 3000 with a cover of “Hey Ya.” The song is captivating and though the cover isn’t on her EP, you can still listen to it here.
Olivia is currently signed with Columbia Records. The day before the release, she was busy promoting the album by doing interviews with SiriusXm, Barstool Sports and Pop Dust. She even did a private listening session where she featured two of the songs from the EP with Chicks In The Office.
There is no doubt that her drive and work ethic, passionate lyrics, and transcending voice will continue to dazzle her listeners. She has a way of making you feel what she feels through her vibes and grounded personality. Her outlook on life is inspiring and she has instilled the saying, “Be Your Own Beyonce,” with high hopes of continuing to do so for herself. If you haven’t heard the EP “If Boys Could Cry” yet take a listen in the link below.