Malia Civetz returns with the new single ‘Heart Broke’, which is out now via Warner Records. It follows the release of ‘Broke Boy’, which PAPER described as 2020’s answer to the J. Lo classic ‘Love Don’t Cost A Thing’.
The liberating ‘Heart Broke’ speaks to the relatable experience of entering an exciting, whirlwind romance – regardless of potential heartbreak. Malia’s passionate voice booms over the punchy production, resounding, “What’s a girl gotta do to get her heart broke?”
‘Heart Broke’ showcases the confidence and the charisma that are the foundations of Malia Civetz’s artistry. Her earth-quaking voice, attention-grabbing lyrics and swaggering attitude are key traits for a rising talent who’s self-positive, sex-positive and body-positive. With a compelling vocal delivery, sharp songwriting and a thoughtful message, Malia provocatively asserts herself to present a new female pop paradigm.
After a childhood spent in Hawaii, Malia linked up post-college with two influential hitmakers: songwriter Ross Golan (Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande) and producer / songwriter J Kash (Charlie Puth, Maroon 5). She first came to attention with her independent single ‘Champagne Clouds’, which Taylor Swift championed on her Favorite Songs playlists at Apple Music and Spotify as it generated over 20 million streams. The follow-up ‘Little Victories’ continued her rising status, and she also joined JoJo on her North American tour.
Tonight, Malia will be performing ‘Little Victories’ as part of Elvis Duran’s ‘Stay At Home Ball’, an initiative on behalf of Project Cure to support medical field workers currently on the front lines battling the COVID-19 pandemic. The all-star event also features artists including Lewis Capaldi, Bebe Rexha and Jason Derulo.