One-listen into “Second Nature,” the infectious toe-tapper from Warner Chappell electro-pop artist Stalking Gia—one thing becomes clear. YOU WANT MORE. Well folks, our wishes just came true. Last Friday (September 16th) the NYC-based singer/songwriter unveiled her highly-anticipated follow-up, “Young Diana,” a sexy, sultry RnB-drenched stunner destined to be mood-setter on bedroom playlists everywhere. Give the song a listen BELOW.
“Young Diana” (out now – Spotify/iTunes) was written by Stalking Gia and singer/songwriter Deion Gill (who features on the track, a duet) and produced by Brooklyn-based duo Noise Club (the same guys behind “Second Nature“). The title, “Young Diana” was inspired by DIVA Diana Ross, subject of Michael Jackson‘s “Dirty Diana“—as topic that came up in a conversation between the two songwriters, ultimately inspiring the lyric “I could do you dirty like a young Diana.” A song inspired by BOTH Diana Ross + Michael Jackson? COUNT. ME. IN.
With “Second Nature” pushing closer to 2 million streams on Spotify with each passing day, a follow up was inevitable, and while “Young Diana” lacks that same thumping bassline that made it’s predecessor so damn catchy, I have to say it’s nice to hear a different side to her, musically speaking. Stalking Gia remains “One To Watch” for sure. Can’t wait to see/hear what’s next—including a live performance tomorrow night in the intimate SOHO House in Manhattan. Be sure to follow me on Snapchat, Twitter and Instagram for photos/videos from the show!