Mia Delamar Lays Vocals On New Song Titled Silly

Mia Delamar, an artist located in Atlanta, Georgia, has released a new song titled Silly. The edgy track “Silly” features hard-hitting basslines riding beneath Mia’s free-flowing vocal and is encased in pop hooks and adaptable counter melodies that harken back to the early 2000s.

The song emphasizes understanding oneself and resisting letting failed relationships control you. She continues to advance and fulfill the expectations of her fans after earning over 135k from her last song, “Cool.” She is expected to climb even higher with “Silly,” which continues her well-rounded and mature tone.

Since she was little, the 24-year-old singer has been singing, and music has always been a fundamental part of who she is. Mia Delamar spoke about what motivates her to persevere in an interview with Mister Styx of Musicarenagh.

She said;

I will say one person who has been a great inspiration for me is Missy Elliot. I have always admired how unapologetic she was in being herself.

Discussing how “Silly” came to be,

Mia explains:
“I heard the beat and the melody for the hook came to me right away. All I heard in my head was “Silly Me, Sill-y Me” over and over and eventually, the rest of the song flowed right out. It was really one of those divine moments, where my God-given gift was working at full capacity. I’ll never forget it.”

The official music video for “Silly,” an edgy and cool clip where Mia pulls out all the stops demonstrating her flexibility with outstanding dance and performance talents while paying homage to a bygone era, debuted alongside the single.

Get the full story below while you enjoy Silly by Mia Delamar


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What is your stage name?

I use my birth name as my “stage” name, Mia Delamar

Is there a story behind your stage name?

My name translates to “My love of the sea”. My middle name is love and I think it was such a poetic thing for my parents to web together. Love is so essential and needed especially now. I love my name.

Where do you find inspiration?

Honestly, I get my inspiration from God. Whenever I want to write a new song I ask The Lord for help, help to operate within the gifts he has given me and the lyrics and melodies flow from there.

What was the role of music in the early years of your life?

Music is and was a big part of who I am. I grew up singing in the choir, having solos, and jamming out with my Dad to Kiss 104.1 (Atlanta’s old-school R&B radio). Music has always been in and around me. I’ve been singing since I would talk. I don’t remember a time when I didn’t have it.

Are you from a musical or artistic family?

Yes! My family is huge on music, especially my mom’s side. Many of my cousins can sing, rap, write and play multiple instruments. I just happen to be one of the ones who chose to make a career out of it.

Who inspired you to be a part of the music industry?

I wouldn’t say there was one particular person who inspired me to be in the industry but I will say I was always enamored by watching so many musical geniuses perform at award shows, win Grammys and make incredible music videos. I just knew this path was the one for me.

How did you learn to sing/write/to play?

I’m honestly not sure where I learned how to write, it just kinda happened. I started writing out of nowhere around the age of eight and around nine and ten starting writing complete songs.

My ability to sing has been with me since I could remember, basically since I could talk. Of course, I grew up watching some of the greatest Gospel singers every Sunday in church. I also listened to icons such as Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Beyoncé, Aretha Franklin, and Patti Label frequently. These women inspired me greatly to be the best I could be.

In terms of piano, I began to teach myself how to play around ten and wrote many of my first songs to things I came up with on the keys. I then was formally trained in college later on.

Mia Delamar Lays Vocals On New Song Titled Silly

What was the first concert that you ever went to and who did you see perform?
The first concert I ever attended was put on by one of the hottest girl groups of all time “The Cheetah Girls”. I was in elementary school and one of my friends took me and another friend to the concert to celebrate her birthday.

This was back when every girl on the playground knew exactly which Cheetah they were or claimed or claimed to be. I was definitely Galleria. It was a super fun experience that I will never forget.

Her mom got us these purple cowgirl hats that we decorated with buttons, glitter, and a bunch of other crafty things and we wore them to the concert. I’m sure her Mom still has that picture of us outside of the venue cheesing really big with our loud hats on somewhere.

How could you describe your music?

My music is a well-balanced mix of Pop & Soul. I appreciate a well-written song and attention to detail. I am a huge fan of good bgvs so I make sure to always be super nuanced when I write and sing them in my songs. The extra attention to detail goes a long way and gives the listener a better sonic experience.

Describe your creative process.

Usually, I hear a lyric in my head first or a beat I feel connected to and start from there. I always lay down a reference track in my home studio once I write the entire song. During this time I map every single element of the song like my bgvs, runs, etc..

I like to have a finished product before I go to my official studio session to track for a seamless session. Now it’s never perfect and there is always something I will think of to add or change but it’s a great way to have an organized base to build upon.

What is your main inspiration?

When writing songs I wouldn’t say I have a main inspiration. As mentioned earlier, God is my main source. I have an incredible ability to use my imagination and write about things I may never experience. I think that’s the beauty of it all.

What musician do you admire most and why?

I have so many musicians that I look up to who have influenced me in different areas so it is hard to pick just one. I will say one person who has been a great inspiration for me is Missy Elliot. I have always admired how unapologetic she was in being herself.

She was and still is all about body positivity, women’s empowerment and just loving herself. See’s had some of the most iconic visuals to date and truly shifted the way videos are created today. A lot of the futuristic vibes we incorporate now, she was one of the pioneers of that style. .

Did your style evolve since the beginning of your career?

Absolutely, I’m a trained musician, and with that comes a greater understanding of the craft. I appreciate each phase of my career and understand that each one has played a part in the artist I a today.

Who do you see as your main competitor?

The only person I’m competing with is myself. I’m always thinking about the next steps and how to top the last amazing song I wrote. I’m striving to be one of the best there ever was and in order to achieve that I must be willing to continue to grow and get better with every release.

If it wasn’t a music career, what would you be doing?

If not music then acting, which I already do and train in relentlessly. I love all things arts so if I wasn’t a musician I would still utilize my other creative abilities in acting, writing, and dance.

What is the biggest problem you have encountered in the journey of music?

I haven’t faced any major problems in my journey. I’m just taking it day by day and being gentle with myself, reminding myself that putting my art into the world is not a small feat it’s a big deal and I should be proud of it.

If you could change one thing in the music industry, what would it be?

I wish everyone would have the courage to be comfortable in their skin and make the art that is true to them. I want every artist to be completely themselves without judgment or criticism. I know that could only exist in a perfect world but it’s always great to think about everyone having true artistic freedom.

Why did you choose this as the title of this project?

I chose “Silly” because it culminates the message of the song and is also the most memorable element. “Silly” happens to be the first lyric I wrote down and thought of while making this record which is kind of ironically perfect.

What are your plans for the coming months?

I am currently in the writing stages of my first album. I want to release a full body of work. I owe myself and my fans that, to have a complete picture of who I am at this moment musically. I plan to release the album in the spring. I have a lot of work and writing ahead of me, but I am absolutely up for and excited about the challenge.

Do you have any artistic collaboration plans?

I don’t have any collaboration plans at the moment but hope to work with some of my biggest inspirations in the future like Missy Elliot, Mary J. Blige, J. Cole, Ariana Grande, or The Queen Bey of course.

What message would you like to give to your fans?

Follow your dreams no matter what. We don’t know how much time we have on this earth, so you might as well spend it living in your purpose. Go out there and go for it.

Young and vibrant man I am, God fearing, warm at heart. Music is bae food is life. If you've seen this then you know me!!!

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