Atlanta native and IMA “Vox Pop” winner, Nadia Vaeh, found her way into artistry through modeling 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 neighborhood kids and her sisters while growing up. Her mother was a poet who passed on her love of words, which later fueled 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. She dismantled her high-school band and strayed from songwriting and singing for years, other than the occasional karaoke. After this tragic loss, she went down a path of self-sabotage and destruction and used relationships and partying to ignore her pain. When she finally decided to begin again with artistry, she was a shell of a person and looking to anyone and anything for answers to deal with her heartbreak. “I made a lot of missteps when I first began my career and had to learn a lot of things the hard way.” With her endless resilience, she has grown into a performer. Her music has been played on U.S. and international radio and has been praised 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. The conscious pop singer also makes it a point to give back whenever she can. Through her music, she has donated proceeds to a number of non-profits including the Human Rights Campaign, The Trevor Project, Peace Over Violence, MusicCares, Alliance of Hope, the Red Cross, Girl Up, and more. She has written well over 100 songs born from the things she has experienced. Her songwriting is not only personally healing, but is also a platform to help others heal and make waves with social matters. Her success is a result of a strong work ethic inspired by the successes of other great artists she admires. Having written in several genres, her fascination lies with pop because as she put it, “You can tell a story with an important message through pop music and create positive shifts in the world around us as well as just a person’s mood.” Check out her music here and keep up to date with what is doing : https://www.nadiavaeh.com/ Follow Mark-Xtreme here : https://twitter.com/DjMarkXtreme https://www.instagram.com/djmarkxtreme/ https://www.facebook.com/DjMarkXtreme/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/xtremebpm/support
On this episode of Beyond the Plateau, High Plateau Productions interviews musician Nadia Vaeh. We discuss her upcoming Christmas single, her recent releases, what’s coming up in the last of 2020 and 2021 and her upcoming livestream with High Plateau Productions on December 4.
Nadia Vaeh addresses mental health and coping mechanisms in new single
LA-based pop artist Nadia Vaeh joins me once again in an Instagram Live interview to talk about her new single “Anxiety.” The song deals with mental health struggles and how people experience and cope with it an Nadia talks about her own battles with anxiety. We also dive into the music video for the single and her partnering with MusiCares, which raises funds to support musicians in need. Following this, enjoy the new single, “Anxiety.”
Nadia Vaeh is a Los Angeles based artist & songwriter. We have a great discussion about her latest single & new music video “Anxiety.” We talk about the songwriting process, upcoming releases & life during the pandemic. What a fun time to catch up with Nadia & hear her story. Check it out!
In this episode Joshua sits down with Nadia Vaeh a Conscious Pop Artist & Songwriter from Atlanta who now resides in Los Angeles. Topics discussed are differences between being a creative in LA vs ATL, mental health, the meaning of creating art, how consistency is key and many more deep topics! IG's: Nadia Vaeh - https://www.instagram.com/nadiavaeh/ Nadia's latest single "Anxiety" - http://smarturl.it/anxietynadiavaeh Joshua - https://www.instagram.com/joshuadavidsmith_/
Nadia Vaeh reminds us to take a breath in her new single, “RiSE”
In this episode, LA-based pop artist Nadia Vaeh and I dive into her latest single, “RiSE,” a positive song about slowing down and being in the present moment. This includes the amazing team she worked with—EGDABEAST, Tyler Spratt, and Hazel Rose. She also talks about what led to her moving from Atlanta to Los Angeles in early 2019 and her experiences there. Following this, I've got three of her songs for you—“1,000 Cuts,” “Boomerang,” and “RiSE.”
Ep. 38 Conscious Pop Music for Fame! - with Nadia Vaeh
Can You Help Us Get Famous?! Podcast
Today on “Can You Help Us Get Famous” we have Singer, Songwriter, and recent Vox Pop IMA winner - NADIA VAEH!!! Originally from Atlanta, Nadia is SLAYING the LA music scene with her Conscious Pop Music! She has written well over 100 songs born from the things she has experienced. Her songwriting is not only personally healing but is also a platform to help others heal and make waves with social matters. This week's Movie: Overboard!
Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Nadia Vaeh (Pop) to the Show! Web: www.nadiavaeh.comInstagram: @nadiavaehFacebook: www.facebook.com/nadiavaehTwitter: @NadiaVaehAlt-pop artist Nadia Vaeh releases "Boomerang," an emotional recounting of her experiences being in an abusive and co-dependent relationship -- set to a potent, soaring synth-pop instrumental. In honor of this message, Vaeh will be donating the proceeds of "Boomerang" to Peace Over Violence, an organization dedicated to building healthy relationships, families, and communities free from sexual, domestic and interpersonal violence. The single is now available for download and streaming on digital platforms worldwide.Media Inquiries for Nadia Vaeh:Amanda BlideTRENDwww.TrendPR.com