Olivia Castriota: Single Review

On November 2nd, NYC-based artist Olivia Castriota released her newest single for her song “Kills Me.” The fearless singer combines her powerful vocals with extremely raw lyrics; this song’s first draft was actually a journal entry she had written years earlier. Olivia turns to artists like Tove Lo, Anne Marie, and Bishop Briggs for inspirations as she believes these are all bold and outspoken women, and admires them for that.

Photo: Dina Vibes @dinavibes_ + Dylan Perot @DylanPerlot

“Kills Me” definitely displays empowerment, but also shows that one can be vulnerable and still be strong. And strong doesn’t even begin to describe Olivia. She has proven her hustle as an artist that is a force to be reckoned with. Not only does she has over 30,000 streams on Spotify, but her debut album All At Once (2015) debuted at #2 on iTunes’ album charts. You can tell Olivia is an artist her puts her all into her music, lyrics, videos, and even covers. Her music video for “Kills Me” is expected to be released this Friday, November 16th. Olivia Castriota is definitely name you want to check out and remember because she’s going to big things in this industry, and you don’t want to miss it!

Photo: Dina Vibes + Dylan Perot

For Fans of: Tove Lo, Anne Marie, & Bishop Briggs

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