Maeta – Bitch Don’t Be Mad. An exclusive performance for Vevo DSCVR, the channel for the best in new music.
How does an R&B singer get to Los Angeles from Indianapolis to pursue the music dream? For Maeta, it all started with Leona Lewis’ “Bleeding Love.” “I remember it came on MTV Top 20 Countdown and I just wanted to be her so bad.” Like many of us, the 21-year-old Illinois native’s career started rolling when covers posted on the ‘Gram gained traction; people loved hearing her low-key spins on Drake’s “Take Care” and Kehlani’s “Toxic.” Around the same time, she began drawing lyrics from her romantic relationships. Those original songs went up on Soundcloud, and more heads turned her way. Confidence was her main artistic attribute and signature message. It’s there on her “Habits” EP, recently released on Jay-Z’s Roc Nation label. Each song exudes her signature self-assured cool. The project features collabs with rapper Buddy and R&B crooner BEAM, and its big name producers – Skrillex, Kaytranada and Mustard – come through to give ‘Habits’ a polished feel. Maeta used the DSCVR stage to let her soulful side shine. These performances of “Habits” and “Bitch Don’t Be Mad” are truly impressive.
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Music video by Maeta performing Bitch Don’t Be Mad (Live) | Vevo DSCVR.