Atlanta native and IMA «Vox Pop» winner, Nadia Vaeh, found her way into artistry through modelling and an unexpected stint with a local Atlanta circus. She started singing in their productions, but this was not the beginning of her artistic roots
Nadia’s love of music and singing began at the age of two and was nurtured by her parents who placed her into a traveling youth choir when she was in middle school. She created small productions with the neighbourhood kids and her sisters while growing up. Her mother was a poet who passed on her love of words, which later fuelled Nadia’s talent as a lyricist. Nadia’s life took an unexpected turn at the age of 17 when she lost her mother to suicide.
With her endless resilience, she has grown into a performer. Her music has been played on US and international radio and has been praise by Wonderland Magazine, Pop Wrapped, Music Connection Magazine, Dark Beauty Magazine, AudioFemme, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and more.
Vaeh loves to pull inspiration for her music through many genres and sounds from all over the world and has been heavily influenced by island sounds from her time spent in the Netherland Antilles island, Curaçao. She also draws from the roots of her father’s homeland of Lebanon and has an affinity for middle eastern music.