Editor’s Note:  Haløver was born in one of the coldest regions on Earth:  Siberia, Russia.  In 2014, she came to the United States and built her artistry over her deep connection with music and broken memories of family drama.  Her style of singing reminds us of a 90’s diva with the flow of a modern singer of today.  Her collaboration with producer Jiroe has created a unique sound that can be described as a unique blend of dark electronic pop and soul filled with catchy melodies and rhythms.

“I grew up listening to Christina Aguilera, Amy Winehouse, Michael Jackson, and eventually in the early 2000’s the pop/punk scene got to me, I was really into Paramore and Linkin Park.  There are a lot of incredible singers on the charts today, my favorite ones are Lianne La Havas, Tove Lo, SZA, and Sigrid.  My latest addiction is Honne.  I’m also secretly obsessed with K-Pop” – Haløver

Today, this brilliant artist Haløver is exclusively premiering her music video for “They Ain’t Got It Right” with Madness To Creation.  Expect her style and sound to captivate your imagination and to take over your senses.  There is something incredibly infectious about her music, especially this song.  Check it out below!


Here is what Haløver had to say about it:

Red sunglasses, skateboards, and a group of fearless girlfriends, the video has a strong message for everyone, “They Ain’t Got It Right”.

The new song is filled with empowering thoughts that will resonate with all of those who struggle on a daily basis with the stereotypes in every industry.  After being rejected, looked down countless times as a musician, the singer talks about not giving up and always believing in your art and dreams.

This song is for those moments when you feel down but deep inside you know, “They Ain’t Got It Right” and you keep pushing towards your goal- Haløver

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