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Ludovica

Salt Lake City, Utah, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2021 | SELF

Salt Lake City, Utah, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2021
Solo R&B Singer/Songwriter

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"Ludovica’s Ravishing Hit “Decline” Is A Statement Sound"

Ludovica is ravishing. The Italian native is shaking the U.S with her robust and statement sound. With the release of her new smash, “Decline,” Ludovica turns heads and is opening ears everywhere.ludovica
The soothing visual creatively directed by JC Visuals and the artist herself; expresses every woman’s perception of ”letting go.” Ludovica’s (@ludovicasongz tenacious lyrics featured on Genius give you a taste of why Spotify deemed her the ”most necessary’‘ artist in Indie, Pop, & Rnb Categories.

Ludovica Ravishing Hit “Decline” Is A Statement Sound | FMHipHop.com

Ludovica has won over 80K fans’ hearts and surpassed her first 180K views and 60K monthly listeners. The Songstress is actively in the studio and working with voice coach Stevie Mackey. Mackey is infamously known for voice training the world’s favorite singers like Jhené Aiko, Jennifer Lopez, and more. Amidst collaborations like ‘Reason,’ featuring award-winning recording artist ‘King Kanja,’ there’s no telling who Ludovica might join forces with next. Through her upcoming projects and Ludovica’s distinct sound, we cravingly await her next single. - FMHiphopWriters


"Breaking Genre Barriers With Ludovica Giusti"

This artist grabbed our attention through networking on the popular new social platform called "Clubhouse". Being a beautiful boss, moderator, artist, and musician are just a few hates worn by this queen. Ailing from Italy and landing in Mesquite Texas this songbird is gaining attention through her versatile style and unique look making social scrollers do a triple look when passing her profile. Through art, social media and genre crossing music this artist (in every sense of the word) is gaining traction and we were lucky enough to lock in a front row seat. With grace, vibes and a bit of graffiti we bring you Ludovica Giusti.

Q: Where are you from and what got you into music?

A: Made in Italy. I don't know what got me into music, you would have to ask my parents, just playing. It's a generational thing. My family has always been in music. It goes back to when my great great grandparents sang while working.

Q: You started out singing Opera, what made you start to explore other genres?

A: As a child I traveled all over Europe and I experienced different genres, and after studying in the conservatory for about five years I was gradually discovering that my voice was just more on the soulful tone so I gave r&b the space it deserved.

Q: We read that you play Violin, Flute and Piano. You are also skilled in painting, sculpting and graffiti. Which of these would be your career if you were not gifting us your voice?

A: Too easy, I have to go with my second love, art. I spent most of my childhood and teenage years studying art, painting, graffiti art, and everything involving street art is my passion.

Q: What brought you to America? What was the biggest culture shock?

A: I was 16 turning 17 and I decided I wanted a change of lifestyle, my town was getting violent and opportunities were just disappearing so I decided to visit somewhere where I could gather a completely different experience and give back. There isn't such a thing as the biggest culture shock, everything was a cultural shock.

Q: So, you had a horrible car wreck that impacted your career. Can you tell us about that situation and what motivated you to keep going?

A: I was 18 and I was driving to school when a bus hit my car, I was left injured but decided not to go to the hospital because I was a broke international student. I self-healed and what got me going was realizing that I was just granted a second chance.

Q: How would you describe the music you make? What genre would you fall into?

A: It's very self-reflective. It's music that leads you to forget about biases and look at life under an objective lense to figure out if you're your obstacle or your own proponent. Forever r&b! My newest tracks touch neo-soul, contemporary r&b and new age.

Q: You managed to gain over 180k views, 80k over all streams, and distribution through Empire records. How have you managed to stay on top during the pandemic? Has anything changed for you and your team?

A: Staying busy hasn't been an issue, without so much traveling happening I really had the time to sit down in the studio and write. My team expanded and we made the most out of the tools we were left with.

Q: Which artist do you see yourself working with?

A: I have been itching for a caribbean beat for a minute, trying to work with Beam. I'd love to make some new age magic with Charlie Puth or Jacob Collier some day!

Q: To our listeners that have not heard of you what songs would you recommend them listen to?

A: I'd say check them all out right now because the sound is about to be different. We will be switching up vibes really soon!

Q: Where can they go to follow your work?
A: Ludovica on All music platforms, watch my music videos on Youtube, follow me on Clubhouse and Facebook all under Ludovica, find me on Twitter and Ig @ludovicasongz - Under Raps Magazine


"Meet Ludovica A Popular Trending Rising Artist"

Let’s get right into this exclusive ITM News, today we are presenting to the world a beautiful queen by the name Ludovica from Rome. We love the energy and spirit that this talented artist brings to the community. We love her music here at ITM sounds very grammy awards-worthy very high quality as well. The owner of ITM and Ludovica actually met on clubhouse networking together so they also have a great relationship as well. We are sitting back and waiting to see what this Queen has in store for all her fans this upcoming year and for more to come.

Rome made, now in the US. Ludovica is a rising artist. She started music in 2020 and already broke records! She surpassed her first 180K views, 80K all-time streams, and 60K Spotify monthly listeners in the first 6 months of her career. Released her first record label collaboration through EMPIRE Distribution, Inc. on her LudovicaVEVO.

NYU Tisch Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music Billboard & Music Leaders graduate.

Student of legend Stevie Mackey, vocal coach of Jennifer Lopez, Selena Gomez, Jhené Aiko and more, and Mindy Pack, vocal coach of Miley Cyrus, Sam Smith, and more.

Ludovica has been a professional model and actress as well for about six years. Modeled and appeared in UTFW, LAFW, NYFW, and many more occasions.

Ludovica’s music is self-reflective so she writes a lot about her relationship with herself or herself with others. Her music speaks to people that are either like her or her opposite. In either case, it is definitively for someone who is focused on a form of self-reflection that is far from being bias, and instead, it is objective because in objectivity we see how we fit into this world, what role we are going to play, and to understand if we are going to be our own strangers or our own proponents. Themes? building oneself up after hardship, growth, and life-navigation reflections.

What can Ludovica’s listeners learn from her? They can either be both their own curse and proponent or one of the other.

Why is that important to know? Because people are in denial and in coping mechanisms. Ludovica’s sense of care about relativity, how things have to do with her, and how things affect one another explains her music.

How would you describe the sound of your music? I would say it’s an ambience more than a sound. Whatever emotion you have inside, my music helps paint it in brighter colors to make sense of it.

Additional Things that may be interesting to mention:

Ludovica is not just into the music biz, she is a business owner with her website ludovicaofficial.com, her merch will be launching soon, subscribe to her email list to not miss a thing!

She has may projects in store for 2021 and 2022, so much more music and visuals to come!

New video release: https://youtu.be/NZJCk-9MU3M

This is where she gives back https://calendly.com/ludovicasongz

This is where you can connect with her https://campsite.bio/ludovicasongz - Admin


Discography

"TMHLMS" February 11 2020
"Judicium" March 24 2020
"Behavior" ft. Spitthatfire May 11 2020
"Reason" ft. King Kanja August 21 2020
"Body of Work" September  11 2020
"One More Night" ft. King Kanja November 12 2020
"Decline" March 6 2021
"Fast"May 7 2021

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Ludovica's music is self-reflective so she writes a lot about her relationship with herself or herself with others. Her music speaks to people that are either like her or her opposite. In either case, it is definitively for someone who is focused on a form of self-reflection that is far from being bias, and instead it is objective, because in objectivity we see how we fit into this world, what role we are going to play, and understand if we are going to be our own strangers or our own proponents. 

Objectivity is being able to look at yourself without any bias. Fairness is being able to know within yourself if you’re your own advocate or your own curse.

Her themes consist of, building oneself up after hardship, growth, and life-navigation reflections.

What can Ludovica's listeners learn from her? They can either be both their own curse and proponent or one or the other.

Why is that important to know? Because people are in denial and in coping mechanisms and that is the illness of the world.

Why does Ludovica think she has so much to say in first person? Because she has a sense of care about relativity, how things have to do with her, and how things affect one another. And those accounts will explain her music.

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