Vita used the Internet to get her music out to the world, posting MP3s and videos of songs she co-wrote and recorded in her hometown. She was soon discovered and signed by SRP/Universal Motown Records and has been living out her dream ever since.
"My parents say I sang right out of the womb," Vita says. "But I had my first voice lessons about four years ago -- operatic training, the first year. I had such a big range of music that I liked, that I just wanted to sing, no matter what the genre was. The lessons gave me confidence -- the ability to hear , me, and not copy someone else's style."
Vita draws from her many idols, including Pink, Coldplay, Tina Turner and Michael Jackson. On her debut EP, the sassy teen showcases her edgy, yet accessible sound, which is poised for chart-topping greatness. But, in staying true to who she is, Vita keeps things real with issues that her affect her peers each day.
"The lyrics are young, everything that goes through a teenager's mind," she says of her the songs on 'The Get Go.' "I have a lot of female friends, and some have self-confidence issues, so always being true to yourself and comfortable in your skin is something I'm always concerned with."
Vita's 'Young Money' video features a confident and empowered girl who knows how to have fun. She's shown having a blast with her friends, whether she's just hanging out or dominating on stage at a super rockin' show. Check out her infectious energy below and score 'The Get Go' on iTunes now.