Born in London but raised in Los Angeles, Kaya Stewart grew up surrounded by music and began writing songs at the age of 6. By her early teens, Stewart had found her place in Los Angeles’ live music scene, sneaking into shows and establishing herself as a performer in her own right. Stewart emerged on the scene with her song, “In Love With A Boy,” in 2014. The candid yet relatable track solidified Stewart as one of pop music’s most promising up-and-coming young artists. After releasing her self-titled debut album in 2016, Stewart toured non-stop across the U.S., including performing dates on the Warped Tour where she was the youngest female artist to participate in the iconic touring festival.
Kaya Stewart continues to redefine what it means to be a pop artist in today’s day and age with the release of her latest single, “California”. The single (out now with a unique collaboration version featuring hip-hop artist Childish Major) is an authentic coming-of-age anthem speaking to the universal trials and tribulations synonymous with growing up and dealing with relationships - and adulthood in general - in an often fake and fractured world.
Stewart is constantly exploring and redefining what it means to be a pop artist in today’s world - especially one which is currently filled with so much uncertainty. “There was never a moment of ‘oh this is what I want to do’. It’s always just been a part of who I am.”