Liza Owen is unlike anyone else on the planet. Her style is a wonderful blend of thrilling indie and pure pop enchantment, and the British-Cambodian vocalist is all of our childhood dreams materialized.
Lockdown saw her truly kick things into gear, ushering in a new era of intimate exploits and wreckless pleasure-seeking after a long road since her debut in 2016.
The singer grew up in Headley, a little village in Surrey's countryside, but she always believed she was meant for more.
Owen then moved to Los Angeles, where she was taught by songwriter Ali Tamposi (Beyoncé, Xtina, One Direction, and so on). Everything came together for the singer here, and she's now giving it her all in the music industry.
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