Born and raised in Brooklyn, singer/songwriter Mia Taylor has used her Trinidadian heritage and NYC flare to design a unique sound that has perfectly highlighted her tropical essence.
A family full of passionate music lovers, her beloved grandfather, who was a widely known steel-pan player, poured his love for Soca music into her development. Destined to be an entertainer, Mia was always the one in her circle writing music and performing from as early as 10 years old. Originally starting her career as a professionally trained dancer, Mia made the decision to pursue music as a career. She was later accepted into the prestigious Berklee College of Music in 2018.
Graduating in 2020 during the height of the COVID-19 Pandemic didn’t stop her from beginning the journey of making her mark in the music industry. Mia competed and became a member of Kerwin Du Bois’s project S.P.U.T., which was followed by the release of her first EP Things I Never Said which shows off her R&B influence. Later she re-developed her brand to encapsulate her vibrant character. She released her iconic single ‘Mango’, an infectious afro-beat fusion, which earned her national recognition, leading to press opportunities with AudioMack, NPR Music, BET Jams and the honor of representing Trinidad as seen in the 2022 Nike x West Indian Campaign. Mia also earned her moment on-screen, performing the national anthem at the Barclays center in Brooklyn. She recently dropped her newest single ‘UMMHM’ which is the ultimate euphoric ear-candy.
A true island girl in the city, Mia Taylor is continuously re-inventing the music scene with her R&B and Caribbean cocktail that leaves her audience entranced and wanting more.