Star of Disney Channel’s Kickin’ It and I Didn’t Do It delvers a bubbly set of teen dance pop in anticipation of her debut album
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The Whole of Olivia Holt: Some people are pop singers. Some are child actresses. Some are both. But Olivia Holt might be the only combination pop singer, child actress, model, competitive cheerleader, gymnast, parkour enthusiast, and living Disney princess. Oh, and she’s also currently in culinary school.
Her Musical Influences: Katy Perry, Taylor Swift, and Bruno Mars (so she knows her way around a pop hook)
3: the age at which this Southern belle got her start as an entertainer, not counting that opera she wrote in the womb
Kickin’ It: the martial-arts series that introduced Disney Channel viewers to Olivia’s effortless charms and paved the way for her starring role as Lindy Watson in I Didn’t Do It
“Had Me @ Hello”: the 2013 single that earned her the coveted Radio Disney Music Award for “Best Crush Song”
What to Expect: hits such as ”Nothing’s Going to Stop Me” and ”Fearless” from the Disney movie Girl vs. Monster, her punchy take on “These Boots Are Made for Walkin’,” and tracks from her hotly anticipated upcoming debut album
About that Album: Olivia says, “My hope is that my first record will reflect me and my personal sound, which is a mix of pop and soul. I love real elements in music that produce a natural sound, and I want to incorporate as much of that as possible in my new album.”