Masha has a country heart, a rock soul, an independen
“I can’t remember a time when I didn’t sing,” she says. “When I was little, I sang along with the radio. People like Mary J. Blige, Whitney Houston, and Christina Aguilera attracted me – strong women who could really belt it out.” Masha took piano lessons as a child, but by the time she was a teen, she was playing guitar, writing songs and playing open mics.
Masha’s father supported his daughter’s
“I had a double life that I hid from my friends,” she says. “As soon as my classes were over, I’d take the bus into the city and work on my music until late in the morning. They wanted to know why I didn’t want to hang at the football games, but I was driven by the music.”
While working on her debut album, Masha posted cover videos on YouTube, which generated millions of views and establishe
“My style is hard to pin down,” Masha adds. “It’s dirty and grungy and full of contradict
The track, and the rest of Masha’s upcoming album was co-penned and produced by Claude Kelly and Chuck Harmony, better known as Louis York. The duo, known for their work with artists such as Bruno Mars, Miley Cyrus, Rihanna and Mary J. Blige (to name but a few), not only worked on Masha’s music, they also signed her to their new label Weirdo Workshop.
As for the future, Masha says, “I can’t wait to get out on the road. My goal is to tour forever – to sing in front of people every day and make them happy. Music is about singing live with a real band and showing people your passion. That’s all I ever wanted to do.”