IMA “Vox Pop” winner and Atlanta native Nadia Vaeh is turning heads worldwide for trailblazing what is now coined “brat-pop-rock.” With her conscious, narrative-flipping songs, Nadia embraces your inner villain, addressing the lows of mental health, the highs of toxic relationships, and the giant roller-coaster that we call life.
Her lifelong love of poetry and music was inherited from her mother, who, in a tragic turn of events, she lost to suicide at the age of 17. This devastating loss is what fuels Nadia’s endless drive to create awareness and conversation around the importance of mental health and its de-stigmatization. Early year side hustles in modeling, and an unexpected stint with an Atlanta circus, Nadia learned how to captivate an audience through performance and honing her skills as a bombastic and forthright show woman that she is today.
Fast-forward and we have the electrifying, and explosive feel-good fun in one magenta-colored package, Nadia Vaeh, who is known for deeply connecting with her audience, advocating for and offering inclusive, safe spaces for those who may feel excluded, anxious, or out of place in their own lives. Her music has been played on U.S. and international radio and has been praised by LADYGUNN, Metal Magazine, Wonderland Magazine, Pop Wrapped, Music Connection Magazine, Dark Beauty Magazine, AudioFemme, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and more.
Vaeh’s creative inspiration spans across many genres and cultures found globally, including her own, rooted in her father’s homeland of Lebanon. An enriching experience from her time spent in the Netherland Antilles island, Curaçao left her with the love and inspiration from the uniquely addictive island-style rhythms and harmonies.
Nadia is also known for giving back. Through her music, she has donated proceeds to several nonprofits, including the Human Rights Campaign and The Trevor Project, among many others.
Music & Mental Health
Nadia's lifelong love of poetry and music was inherited from her mother, who, in a tragic turn of events, she lost to suicide at the age of 17. This devastating loss is what fuels Nadia’s endless drive to create awareness and conversation around the importance of mental health and its de-stigmatization.
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