Los Angeles’ Julia Michaels is a gifted singer/songwriter using a bent toward R&B-inflected, dance-oriented pop. Delivered Julia Carin Cavazos in Davenport, Iowa in 1993, Michaels was raised in Santa Clarita, California, where she started singing and executing around age group 12. By her teenagers, she had followed the stage name Julia Michaels and was collaborating on music with professional songwriters Joleen Belle and Lindy Robbins. Along with Belle and Robbins, Michaels constructed tracks for such performers as Demi Lovato, 5th Tranquility, Selena Gomez, and many more. She also released her own efficiency career, showing up on tracks like Jason Derulo’s “Trade Hearts,” Zedd’s “Directly into the Fireplace,” and Kygo’s “Carry Me,” which she performed on the shutting ceremony from the 2016 Olympic Video games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Michaels released her debut single single, “Problems,” in 2017.