EP. 76 is all about following your dreams and blazing a trail as we learn about the journey of India born, California raised songstress, Zoya Mohan. She's been praised by Rolling Stone, ELLE, GQ, MTV, Vh1, Harpers Bazaar, and more for her recollective songwriting and collection of catchy pop gems. She's gained recognition from heavyweights AR Rahman and The Chainsmokers while touring on festival bills and as a support act for the likes of Kawehi, Natty, Lucy Rose, Madame Gandhi, Youngr, Submotion Orchestra, Bloc Party, Clean Bandit, and Martin Garrix.
Returning to Los Angeles after a four year stint touring India, Zoya kicked off her debut US album, Bad Girls Dream, with a radio-friendly pop anthem featuring Grammy-nominated and Billboard Hot 100 charting rapper, Jack Harlow.
Music has been her blood from an early age, but it was traveling with her father in her teen years that created the foundation to allow Zoya to dream big. She shares a poignant moment from an experience her dad sent her on in Peru at 27:40, with a wow, deep moment at 28:18.
We're excited to introduce you to Zoya as she embarks on the next part of her journey.
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