Liv Ritchie is an emerging independent singer-songwriter hailing from Chicago, who creates music true to herself as she discovers the multitude of emotions associated with love and heartbreak. Through the use of deep and light vocals, she seamlessly fuses her nostalgic melodies and beats with the honesty in her lyrics. Liv is a woman carving her own path in music and storytelling who uses her many strengths and interests to create music that is both bright and dark, real and magical.
Last year, Liv Ritchie released her first collaboration single “Don’t Want You Back” featuring Brenna D’Amico (star of Disney’s Descendants franchise, ABC’s The Middle) which has over 46K streams and was hailed by Earmilk as “an irresistible pop tune. Earlier in 2021, Liv released”REAL”, “Wake-Up” which has over 24K views on YouTube. In 2020, Liv released “PAPERDOLL” and her debut single “OVER” on all streaming platforms. Liv makes music that listeners can connect with and get lost in as she puts emphasis on the ability to resonate with what she and her audience experience while pursuing love
Liv Ritchie has been featured in Sweety High, Earmilk, Honey Pop, Divine Magazine, Unclear Magazine, Unfiltered with Brandi Glanville Podcast, The Story Box Podcast, The Lupe Fuentes Experience Podcast, Just Jared and many more.
Liv Ritchie’s upcoming EP will be released later this year. The EP is a deep dive into navigating 24 consecutive hours after a breakup. With the support of vocal coach Raab Stevenson (Justin Timberlake, Rihanna, Charlie Puth, Pharrell, Sza) and co-writer Kenyon Dixon (Justin Timberlake), Liv’s debut EP sheds light on the joys and hardships that come with life and relationships.
February 11 Live released her single Monster. Liv wrote the single, “about being the “cool’ girlfriend- never needing anything from my boyfriend, letting him do whatever he wants, being the opposite of needy, says Liv. “BUT then realizing that I was conditioning him not to care. I was creating a monster by doing so. Is he the monster or am I the monster for molding him into that person? Did he gaslight me into thinking I was the problem? Or am I the problem because I let him do that?”
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