Ghia’s solo music career has been almost a decade in the making, though during this time she has established herself as a vibrant local performer comfortable on stage and screen.
As an artist, Ghia is driven by music’s ability to create singular moods, which forms the basis of her solo vocal explorations.
The edgy, provocative, political and pulsing first single BossyBoots, taken off her debut EP State Of Being, showcases a brand new frontier in Ghia’s sound and artistic expression.
BOSSYBOOTS is a surreptitiously political track that addresses sexism, racism and general states of entitlement that surprisingly remain prevalent in today’s society. During this song, Ghia (with catchy hook) takes a stand against the perpetrators of these crimes, and finds a way to remain positive, despite it all.
For this EP, Ghia collaborated with many acclaimed creative professionals that crossed her path over the years, including Rian Zietsman and Louis Nel of Sticky Music (Taxi Violence and Beast,) Mr Sakitumi (Lark and Jeremy Loops), Kurt Diedericks ‘Kumodi’ (Southpaw and Sannie Fox) and Luke Langston ‘TehSynes’.
Dark and light, street and glam, GHiA debuts her music video BossyBoots.