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Olivia King's Debut Album “D.I.Y.” available NOW 

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Olivia King's Debut Album “D.I.Y.” available NOW

Olivia King is a Pop/Soul singer, songwriter, dancer and entrepreneur. Resilient, independent, and driven by female empowerment, she wrote all of the songs on this debut album, and produced nearly half of them.

“Do It Yourself or nothing gets done. No one will work harder for you than you,” Olivia says.

In its first week, the best performing song on the D.I.Y. album has been "Last Laugh." The song is very Megan Trainor-y and fans love the catchy, relatable lyrics.

A native of Warwick, Rhode Island, Olivia combines old-school dance music with a modern twist. She draws inspiration from the unique sounds of Lauryn Hill, Musiq Soulchild, and Michael Jackson. Olivia’s songs have been featured on the Indie Charts, Spotify’s New Music Friday, Discover Weekly and Release Radar Playlists. Most recently, she was placed in a campaign for Caleb McLaughlin from the Emmy Award Winning Netflix Series “Stranger Things,” landing her a distribution deal with Kobalt Music.

Olivia began passionately pursuing music when she was 16-years-old and quickly found herself booking gigs throughout the Boston area. Since going independent in 2018, Olivia has released several singles. She has over 85,000 monthly listeners and has reached over 1,000,000 streams on Spotify alone.

You can find Olivia’s music on iTunes, Spotify, Tidal, Amazon, YouTube, Vevo, and more.

Aside from music, Olivia is also the founder and CEO of two companies. One, Make Music Moves that teaches independent artists how to be successful in the music industry and two, RaffleJunkiez, a new site that allows artists to reward their fans in exchange for their support.

For interview and collaboration inquiries with Olivia, please contact Mia@visionquestagency.com (email)

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