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Naomi Wild

With R&B, dance, and hip-hop influences in tow, Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Naomi Wild got her start as featured vocalist on a handful of electronic pop hits, including a breakthrough guest spot on ODESZA's "Higher Ground" in 2017. Her solo debut single, "Lessons," followed within weeks. Another high-profile placement, on Machine Gun Kelly's "Glass House," arrived in 2019. She followed that up with more singles of her own, including 2022's "WHOSE LOVE" and "HOW U FEELIN," both featuring rapper Tempest. Wild began songwriting in college, reaching out to other songwriters and producers over the Internet with vocals recorded on her smartphone. In 2016, she caught the attention of Tim Legend, who recruited her for his song "Hope." Electronic duo ODESZA were the next artists to hear her airy vocals. Upon hearing a sample of her voice, they wrote a song around it. That track, "Higher Ground," arrived in July 2017 and was accompanied by a performance on late-night TV's Jimmy Kimmel Live! Weeks after that song's release, Wild delivered her debut solo single, the trap-influenced "Lessons," produced by Bizness Boi. A steady stream of singles and featured spots followed, including Wild's own "La La Land" and an appearance on "Glass House" by Machine Gun Kelly, both in 2019. Collaborations with Medasin, Jozels, and Louis the Child were out by the end of 2020, and Wild released singles including "WHOSE LOVE" and "HOW U FEELIN" with rapper Tempest in 2022.
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