Valentina Cy has been singing since before she could speak, and now she’s blessing audiences all around the world with her smooth and sultry vocals. Born and raised in Los Angeles, the rising star first gained notoriety from doing covers on TikTok, eventually releasing her breakout single “Break My Heart” in 2018. The song currently hails over 4 million streams on Spotify and counting.

Now, Valentina Cy is excited as ever to be doing an exclusive, live acoustic performance with Beatbites,  a music channel created to inspire, while promoting diversity and culture. During the set, Valentina debuted and previewed her unreleased single called “I hate 1st dates,” slated to be found on her forthcoming album titled when you feel like dying arriving on November 16th.

Speaking on the collab, Valentina states, “Working with Beatbites was such a lovely experience. Oftentimes interviews can be a bit intimidating, but being able to talk with Beatbites was like hanging out with friends. They feature a lot of artists that I love, so I’m very flattered they wanted to feature me as well.”

Beatbites is a music channel that is inspired by diversity and culture. Producing original content and stories that celebrate artistry and community with a specific focus on music. The music platform’s mission is to champion global artists and broadcast them to the world. Beatbites has hosted musicians from Seoul, New York, Berlin, Montreal, Mexico City including rising stars like Junglepussy, Prateek Kuhad, Loco, Ximena Sariñana, Suboi, SE SO NEON, Lime Cordiale, Eric Nam, Cautious Clay, JAWNY, and Phum Viphurit. Past Beatbites artists have been featured in The New York Times, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, i-D, Kaltblut, and Billboard. Powered by international production company 37th DEGREE, the collective behind these major-scale productions are passionate creators based in NYC, with outposts in Seoul, CDMX, and Melbourne. 

Founder Kimbo Kim chimes in: “Beatbites was created to be a hub for rising artists and connect them with music lovers and industry insiders from around the world. This was the first of many Summerland live events, we plan in the near future to expand on this cultural experience with more lineups, and bigger venues and hopefully bring it on the road to different cities.”