This artist will undoubtedly stay in your memory for a long time. Talent & youth, precocious exceptional sense of style, and with that beautiful and daring.
   Taliia is a pop singer & lyricist whose musical journey has taken her all the way to London, where she studied on the Artist Development course at Access to Music London (BANM), like well-known college graduates: Rita Ora, Ed Sheeran, Vanessa from The Saturdays, DJ Ironik and Baby Cakes. Taliia successfully completed the course and gained a distinction in her Rockschool diploma. She also passed with distinction ABRSM Music Theory examination.
       Taliia’s debut single “Fiesta” blends an urban vibe with R&B beats and funky grooves – melodious rap from a female perspective. Together with her EP “The One From September” it was released in summer 2014. The critical response to her music has been stellar so far. Amy Redmond (BBC Radio 1 producer) has said:
“Sounds great, well produced good pop music, ready for euro charts surely!»
amazing radio bageHaving received support of Jim Gellatly show on Amazing Radio, BBC Radio 6RKC Radio, Hit Mix UKHCF RadioEGH Radio, Croydon RadioTake 2 Radio MusicK1776 FMXRP Radio, UN.radioTradiio  & many more.
Now Taliia presents her first album «The One From September», that includes tracks in English as well as songs in Russian. All English lyrics she wrote by herself. All music and Russian lyrics were made by Gennadiy Bogdanov.
The debut release «The One From September» was born like the highest treasure, like the first step into this world!
BBC-Tom-Robinson-BageYou’ll hear several music styles in the album. Taliia’s songs are a mix of modern, relevant lyrics, catchy hooks & uptempo tunes that can be described as a combination of cosmic electropop with sexy rap.
The album is made capitally! All songs were mastered by Andy ‘Hippy’ Baldwin (mastering engineer) from Metropolis London (Previously worked with Blur, Robbie Williams, Nenah Cherry).
Official Music Video «Not You» by Taliia 
The first step is crucial, but Taliia believes that the audience will feel her extraordinary gift – it’s easy to sing about the things that matter.