Zoya

Zoya was born in New Delhi, India in April 1993. At 6 months old, she moved with her family to Newport Beach, California where she spent her childhood. As a teenager she attended Orange County School of the Arts in the Visual Arts and Commercial Voice Conservatory.

She began writing and performing original material in local bars and coffeehouses up and down the California coast. Upon graduating from OCSA in 2011, Zoya began attending Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA.  She continued to write and perform original music while attending class as a full-time student in the Music Business Program.

Soon after graduating from Berklee, Zoya moved to India and found success as a singer/songwriter and has since gained recognition from heavyweights AR Rahman and The Chainsmokers while touring on festival bills and as a support act for the likes of Natty, Lucy Rose, Madame Gandhi, Youngr, Submotion Orchestra, Bloc Party, Clean Bandit, and Martin Garrix.

Since Returning to the US, Zoya has begun working with respected producers such as Mark Nilan Jr. (Lady Gaga) and Chuck Inglish (The Cool Kids, 6lack). She is set to release new music throughout 2019.