NYC indie pop singer Giselle’s mixtape, “Not ready to grow up” is set to release on November 17th.
The 9-song mixtape offers a raw, aggressive take on traditional pop music in a tug-of-war between beauty and darkness. Giselle is perhaps most notable for singing the 2015 viral hit “diarreah song” featured on FX, which collectively garnered nearly 500,000 views on YouTube.
Giselle’s “Not ready to grow up” up signifies the pop singer’s evolution with music that is honest and vulnerable, highlighting her dynamic vocal range and taking us on a rollercoaster from youthful innocence to the harsh reality of growing up in today’s society.
Every song on the mixtape will be accompanied by a music video, all of which have been directed by women—offering a change of pace in a world in which women are often underrepresented.
Giselle was born in Miami, FL to Cuban immigrants. Her family’s taste in predominantly Latin music, jazz, & oldies, combined with her own love of classical music and pop culture inspired her music evolution. Her vocal style evolved as she began charting new territories as a songwriter. After meeting producer and audio engineer Adam Tilzer during a recording session, Giselle began working on her debut EP, “Change Me.”
Adam Tilzer, the engineer for the Emmy award winning FX comedy “Louie.” While recording the music for season 5, overheard Louis C.K. ask for an opera singer. Giselle was called in and eventually asked to come back to sing and write an array of genres for season 5.
Giselle narrowed her focus to songwriting in order to bring her creative vision to life. “Change Me” combines her confidence and emotional intellect with her diverse abilities as a vocalist.
Visit https://www.giselle.us for more!