With an dynamic disposition and a voice that captivateslisteners, Miella has already made an impact on theElectronic Dance Music (EDM) scene as a vocalist.Fortunately for EDM fans, her devotion to the craft ensuresthat she will continue to do so. Although widely regarded asa distinguished “rookie” in electronic music’s recent history,Miella has released tracks on Armada Music and RevealedRecordings; two of the most prominent EDM labels in theindustry. Her breakout hit on the Kid Massive and Alex Sayztrack “Strong,” with its popularity among renowned DJs suchas Tiesto and David Guetta, forecasts even more successand notoriety for the singer. Miella’s vocals also garneredfavorable attention when Dannic introduced a remixedversion of “Strong” at Ultra Music Festival in Miami earlierthis year.Miella began taking voice lessons when she was elevenand to learn guitar at fourteen. After quickly honing both ofthese skills, she joined her local open mic night circuit. Itwasn’t long before she flourished there as well. Already onthe fast track, Miella moved from her home town on theJersey Shore to Los Angeles when she was only eighteen.Here she pursued degrees in Vocal Performance at theMusician’s Institute and in Music Business with theIndependent Artist Recording Program (IAP) and it was thereshe recorded her first EP “Been T here, Done T hat.” T hesinger found herself immersed in music theory, sight singing,learning piano, and perfecting her live performance–and sheloved every minute of it. Dedicated to writing all of her ownmelodies and lyrics, Miella committed herself to developingher writing ability by enrolling in as many songwritingclasses as she could and by entering songwritingcompetitions in Southern California.Upon completing school in California, Miella returned to NewJersey where she soon reconnected with an old friend: RicoCaruso. Although she was seeing moderate success in theTri-State Area as a Rock and Indie vocalist, she credits Ricowith pushing her to see the potential of her vocal style onHouse and EDM tracks. Miella’s collaboration with Ricoprompted her to set her sights on an EDM vocal career.Since then, she has had two tracks the top half of Beatport’sTop 100 Progressive House list with one piercing the Top10. "Shadows" by Martin Volt and Quentin State ft. Rico &Miella. For a vocalist who has her roots in Pop music, and laterfound success in the Rock and Indie scene, Miella’s EDMfans are thrilled by the prospect of hearing her undeniablevoice amidst up-tempo electronic beats. She has signed toBetterdays Media for artistic representation.