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NIIVA ‘All In’ : Flames to be admired and secured. Vulnerability has a new friend in NIIVA.

NIIVA

Bulgarian born, England raised, and now Canadian based, NIIVA has found her home with music. With her debut self titled album, it’s filled with thoughtful lyrics and mesmerizing vocals, exhibiting her ability to weave relatable stories with conversational ease.

Remembered NIIVA: “I’m looking back on the day I decided to create music as a solo artist, and how scary of a decision it was because I really wasn’t sure if I was enough. Enough of a writer, enough of a singer, enough of a musician. Now, seeing this small but mighty body of work come to life, and reflecting on the amazing experiences and people that are a part of its creation, I am so grateful that I jumped in even when I had so many doubts.”

A charge of exuberance, in that unadulterated shimmer, the multi-cultural vibe glistens with joy and self-perseverance.

The EP is a young, bold, naive, and indestructible in its essence. Power to be remembered. Flames to be admired and secured. Vulnerability has a new friend in NIIVA.

This EP is warm and surreal trips to LA, and cozy at-home studios in Toronto; it’s young and naive, and bold and untouchable; it’s old flames and new fires; it’s strength and vulnerability. I could not be more proud and excited to share it with you.

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I’m looking back on the day I decided to create music as a solo artist, and how scary of a decision it was because I really wasn’t sure if I was enough. Enough of a writer, enough of a singer, enough of a musician. Now, seeing this small but mighty body of work come to life, and reflecting on the amazing experiences and people that are a part of its creation, I am so grateful that I jumped in even when I had so many doubts. This EP is warm and surreal trips to LA, and cozy at-home studios in Toronto; it’s young and naive, and bold and untouchable; it’s old flames and new fires; it’s strength and vulnerability. I could not be more proud and excited to share it with you. To the writers and producers on this EP – Sammy and Bobby Kuya, Adam Josh, Matt Beckley, Matt Genovese, Zach Sorgen, Idarose, Tee, Giordan Postorino, Lolo – thank you from the bottom of my heart for adding your talents, energy, and magic into these songs. I’m so honoured <3 Kuya, you guys invested so much time, energy, and faith into me and this project, and I’m so so grateful. I am forever and ever and ever grateful to my manager – Tommy. There are no words to describe how thankful and in awe I am of your resilience, your patience, your faith, your heart, your kindness, and your hard work. Here’s to even bigger, and even better, and with you it always is! To everyone at Strut Entertainment, Ben Mckinley, Spencer from Believe digital, Auteur research, and all the Dsp’s – thank you for your continuous support! To my angel Brant, thank you for your constant belief and love. Thank you for packing all our belongings into a Honda Civic and driving across Canada, and enduring Toronto’s rental market so that I could be here to do this. You are absolutely everything. My parents and my brother… holy. Everything I am able to do, the dreams I am able to follow, is all because of you, and there is nothing I could ever do to remotely touch and pay back the sacrifices you’ve made or the hardships you’ve experienced. I love you with every cell in my body, thank you for all that you are. This project would not have been possible without the support of FACTOR. Thank you so much!! ENJOY!!!

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