Talia Perez is a Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter & music producer. She made her debut TV appearance starring on Fox’s hit singing shows the “Xfactor” and “The Four.”
In season 2 of the “Xfactor’ she made it to the top 70 out of 200,000 contestants and received positive comments from judges Simon Cowel, LA Reid, Demi Lovato and Brittany Spears. It was an incredible compliment when Simon Cowell quoted that Talia reminded him of Leona Lewis and Mahalia Jackson. After receiving 4 yes’s from the judges, she went on to compete in the bootcamp round in Miami.
After the show, Talia went on to sing the National Anthem for the 2017 UCLA vs USC fight night & was accepted to the Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. At 18, Talia released her self-written debut singles titled, “Champion” & ‘Success”. The songs was received exceptionally well and won the Akademia music award of 2018.
After several more successful mainstream releases, Talia decided to shift her focus to creating & writing more faith-based music.
Since faith has always been a big aspect of who Talia is, she wanted to share that through her artistry & songs. On Oct. 5th Talia released her first contemporary worship song “Glory.” She is currently working on her debut EP project, due to be released in 2022.
Along with being a music artist, Talia is also a model and actress. She has been featured in major campaigns & commercials for brands such as Cover Girl, Morphe Causemetics, Bank of America, Sunday Riley Skincare, Roland Global, Conde Nast, Thrive Causmetics, and Hulu.