Upcoming artist VaVa is Los Angeles based, Brazilian-American singer-songwriter, guitarist, and composer, Vanessa Wheeler. Her 2018 release, “The Other Side” blended guitar-focused, progressive pop and rock music that garnered attention from record labels, led to tours with The Dear Hunter and The Family Crest, and shared stages with such Angelino music illuminati as Lauren Ruth Ward, Adam Levy, Mason Stoops, Emily Elbert, and Dillan Witherow. As a songwriter, Vanessa has been finding her footing in the pop idiom with recent success co-writing with The Voice’s Jackie Lipson on her song “Someday”. Similarly, upcoming releases like, “When the Lights Go Out” take a more earnest turn towards pop while incorporating her eclectic influences of Brazilian music, Black American music, and progressive rock. Her music has been called “genre-smashing” and “jaw-dropping” (Buzzbands LA), “virtuosic” (Billboard), and “the offspring of musical genes taken from Sia, Florence, [and] St. Vincent” (Blurred Culture). Working on various track thus far she has enlightened her audience with her newest single "Wild Thing" that will certainly grasp your ears. Starting the track with a soothing beat leading to her sweet and luscious vocals she completes the track fully. The track is about a love and compassionate plea to the wild part of herself that she tends to keep hidden, this song blatantly refers to sexual desire, and she is asking herself to come into her own or the wild thing might consume her. Being truly relatable this track serves for any girl who just wants to explore her desires and see what happens. It would be perfect for a late night drive or just wanting to groove out in your room. Go stream "Wild Thing" and check out her discography which is filled with amazing tracks.