Introducing Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter ANNA DELLARIA whose powerful and honest vivid lyricism and catchy melodies are brought to life by the raw intensity and range that is her vocal prowess. This emerging songstress creates authentic R&B/Pop anthems that evoke empowered vulnerability as well as a world in which being broken is celebrated.
A San Francisco native, Dellaria began singing at the young age of 6 when she discovered the soulful melodies of Aretha Franklin and Lauryn Hill, and later began songwriting at the age of 12. Since moving to Los Angeles to attend school at the prestigious USC Popular Music Program, Dellaria has performed with Chaka Khan, Bill Withers, Lamont Dozier, and more.
Her original song and latest single, “Bolder”, aired in the finale scene of Hilary Duff’s “Younger” to 1.30 million viewers, and was met with an overwhelming response from listeners in search of the then unreleased song – igniting a full release and partnership with Shazam and TV Land. Speaking on the track she says:
"It’s the moment you realize you have to end a relationship - whether family, friend, or romantic - you can’t ignore that it’s falling apart. It’s a brutally honest and vulnerable conversation. Maybe they’re bad for you, maybe the circumstances just don’t allow for it to continue, but there’s this sense that it shouldn’t or couldn’t keep going. Although there’s this inevitability, you still have a choice as to how it ends. If you know it’s going to be the last night spent together, how would you want to spend it? Essentially: if we’re going down, we’re going out with a bang. So often we look at our failures, or the closing of chapters, as these hugely negative things. I fantasized about the idea that maybe we can acknowledge where we went wrong and how to grow from it, and celebrate the beauty in what was".
Check out the powerfully emotion stirring song that is "Bolder" here:
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