Olivia Sabates [pronounced Saw-bah-tez] is a talented and rising Pop star primed and ready to take over the music game; in fact the world. Blessed with international yet relatable appeal, Olivia is strikingly the cute girl next door, armed with vocals and songs that are full of personality, power and yet sensitivity.
You can hear it in her exciting summer kick-off single titled “Girls” (Seventeen), with its marching dance beat of young female empowerment along with its messages of liberation, fun, and solidarity.
Olivia has a penchant for delivering catchy up-tempo songs. Audiences can check out one of the project’s highlights, titled “Selfish,” (produced by Jo Blaq), where she unabashedly declares in the hook that, “I’m selfish when it comes to you.” There’s also “Same Ole Summer Love,” (produced by Ac Burrell) which has hit song written all over it, another fun Pop/Dance tune certain to blare out of radios, smart phones and dance parties for some time to come.
Olivia can also deliver some of the most beautiful ballads. The Diane Warren-penned, “Love Our Hello, Hate our Goodbye’s,” (produced by Ac Burrell), is a testament to that.
Influenced by artists such as Ariana Grande, Celine Dion, and Beyoncé, Olivia has been most excited about the recording process. She says, “I’m truly enjoying the process. All of my performances while growing up have helped me to appreciate where I’m going now. I love recording, and all of the work that goes into creating it. I can’t wait to get all of this great music out, get on the road, and perform it in front of so many new fans.”
Olivia Sabates hails from Kansas City. She is a humble Midwestern girl who grew up cheer-leading, playing soccer, field hockey and gymnastics, but with loftier goals of becoming an internationally renowned singer, and entertainer. 19 herself, Olivia got her start singing in church, school and small venues. She tried out for roles in local theatres in Kansas City like Theatre in the Park, where she got her first supporting-role at the age of seven as Chip from Beauty & the Beast. She opened the show singing the National Anthem in front of thousands of people. This would evolve into several roles at local theatres including Starlight, Coterie, and Musical Theatre for Kansas City. Olivia was asked to perform as a soloist for the Kansas City Symphony during the Christmas Pops series. She would also audition for America’s Got Talent and The Voice.
Olivia Sabates has aligned with a seasoned team of music creatives and executives, to assists in taking her brand global. Olivia has been working with Grammy-winning Super songwriter Diane Warren (Whitney Houston, Celine Dion, Beyoncé), producers Jo Blaq (Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande), Ac Burrell (Tamar Braxton, Paloma Faith), Ky Almighty, Chuck “245” Freeman, and has recently been distributing her music through Bungalo Records / Universal Music Group. Through Bungalo Records she has released a new single called “Intoxicated” which has a perfect mix of sentiment and energy.
For Olivia, the future is beyond bright as she makes her foray into future superstardom. Olivia’s overall plans are to influence the greater good of the world through her music, extensive Global travels and her charitable works Worldwide.
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