One of the music industry’s newest ‘It Girls,’ Symon is a mix between Halsey and Ariana Grande with a rebellious hint of Brooke Candy. Her left-of-center approach to pop music does not have one singular lane, but rather evolves with each story she tells in her songs. Combining a bit of pop, R&B, and house, Symon continues to break boundaries and push the limits of self-expression, bringing a fresh, raw, and honest perspective back to the airwaves. Symon’s last single “No Way (I’m F**king You)”, the follow up to the hit summer anthem “Say”, was named by Entertainment Weekly as one of “9 Catchy Singles that You Need to Hear Now” and is currently tracking on iTunes, Spotify, and radio stations nationwide. Her latest release, “I Never Do”, definitely ups the ante. In addition to working on her debut album out later this summer, Symon is the co-host of SiriusXM’s “Hits 1 in Hollywood” with Michael Yo (“The Insider”), who’s A-list guests have included Steve Aoki, Louis Tomlinson and LittleMix, to name a few.
- Punk’d: Symon is all about sophistication with a bit of edge – infusion of “street style” meets high-fashion.
- California cool is what Los Angeles fashionistas are known for, most notably apparent in a tonality of undone, bohemian cool in all elements of style.
- Beige is the new black: The heat is scorching this summer and no one is safe. What’s the remedy to avoid overcooking in these blazing temperatures? Toss out the LBD and get in tune with beige being the new black.
- Off the shoulder: Considered to be among the most feminine, flattering areas of a woman’s body, the collarbone, neck, and shoulders are an oft forgotten yet unbelievably potent weapon in the female fashion arsenal.
- All that glitters/Sequins with a flare: It’s true what they say: all that glitters is not gold. Sometimes it’s silver and comes in the form of high-shine or a chic sequin star jumpsuit to express your inner rock star on the red carpet.
A true Valley Girl at heart, Symon was born and raised in Los Angeles surrounded by creativity. She has been singing, writing, and performing since her early teenage years, determined to carve out her own path in the entertainment industry. Knowing that a solo career was her true passion, she signed with Sony’s indie label Artbeatz, known for breaking the career of pop star Daya.