Step into my office! No really step into the office of Julie Pilat and lets talk music, but don't get too distracted by the overflowing CD shelf, graffiti wall guest book and world's smallest violin.
The hottest artists are no strangers to Julie's office, Music Director of KIIS FM and it's pretty clear by the signed memorabilia covering the walls.
Now breaking new artists with a rapid growing following are popping in every Wednesday for the #weekendmixtape show.
So cozy up near a computer, watch and listen as each guest chats up their success, music, struggles and sometimes even performs plus get a preview of what top songs are hitting the KIIS family ears for the weekend.
In the meantime browse past shows below with super cool guests like Karmin, Dr. Hollywood, Honor Society and the Electrolightz.
Who doesn't love free music? Get a free download of Sammy Adams 'Only One' below...
Lyrica Anderson is stepping into the spotlight with more credits under her belt than most new artists do. Hailing from Los Angeles, California Lyrica is signed to Mosley Music Group/ Interscope Records. Before penning hits for Disney stars and pop stars alike, Lyrica’s foray into music was inspired by her mother, who is also a singer and used to tour as a background vocalists for music heavyweights like Luther Vandross and Chaka Khan. Lyrica’s first song recorded with Timbaland was a track called “Mentally” which received warm reception virally.
Since then, she’s gone on to work with Missy Elliot, Jason Derulo, Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Charice and more. In fact, her first chart topper was Charice’s “Pyramid,” which catapulted to #1 on the Billboard Dance Chart in 2010. To provide new music for her fans, Lyrica released her first mixtape, “King Me” in September 2012. The mixtape features collaborations from Timbaland, A1, J-Doe, with production from prominent producers like Jim Beanz. Since releasing “King Me,” Lyrica has been lauded as a key artist to look out for in R&B, and old fans and new are excited for Lyrica refresh R&B.
In addition, Lyrica has been featured in LA Weekly, and on popular music sites such as Rap-Up, Stupid Dope, That Grape Juice, and many more. She’s also received massive support from industry insiders and the public alike. In addition to her forthcoming debut album, Lyrica will be featured on Timbaland’s anticipated album, Shock Value 3.
Picks for the week:
Sisanie- Flo Rida-"I Cry"
Julie- Miguel- "Adorn"
Karli- Solange "Losing You"