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Daya may be 17, but she's already got a full-time gig as a bona fide star. Her first single, "Hide Away," was a sleeper success — she soon followed it up with "Sit Still, Look Pretty" which is the title of her debut album, out today and a collaboration with the viral hitmakers, The Chainsmokers.

That's enough to make anyone's head spin, but the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-born Daya is doing her best to stay grounded.

Born Grace Tandon, the year-old took her stage name from the Hindi word for "compassion. And much like her moniker, her new album features 14 tracks that fuse pop vocals and slick production with instantly relatable lyrics.

Teen Vogue caught up with the singer-songwriter, who first got into music at age 10, to talk about her inspiration, the people who relate most to "Hide Away," and how she deals with the social side of fame. Teen Vogue : Let's start with your music — a lot of people are calling you a pop star, but how would you describe your own sound? Daya: I like to create something that's unique and kind of true to myself and authentic and everything.

I don't really like to mirror myself after different artists. I grew up listening to Amy Winehouse a lot, I really loved her rawness and authenticity.

I listened to a lot of her stuff and then Adele too. Obviously she has a very powerful and soulful voice. I like that emotion that you can convey. I like the fact that I have the power to convey a lot of emotion through me songs.

I like to channel that when I'm singing. TV : You are with Artbeatz, which is an indie label. What made you decide to go that lane? D: It's so crazy — everyone was like "No, you can't go indie. You're never going to make it blah, blah, blah. I connected with this guy who was from Pittsburgh about a year and a half ago and we wrote a couple of songs and a session.

We wrote a couple songs; "Hide Away" was one of them. I really love the song, I wanted to put it out, but it was just a session to work on my writing and see if I'd be interested in doing other things in the industry. I had never really considered going major label with it because I felt that we really had all the pieces that we needed. We kind of went at it from that angle and I'm super happy with how it's all turning out.

TV : How do you like the social media part of the job, and engaging with your fans online through Instagram and Facebook? D: I'm definitely not someone who was used to doing that a lot before.

In high school, I maybe posted on Twitter [or] Instagram once a week, once every two weeks, something like that, I wasn't super active with it. Now, it's just become part of my life. I get why fans want to know more about me and want to connect the face with the songs. I try to share a lot of my life on Snapchat, Twitter, Instagram, everything. I really like interacting with fans on Twitter and answering their questions and just getting to know them because it's cool for them to have people who are connecting with my music reach out and show interest.

D: I try to just draw inspiration from everyday things, look at things a little bit differently, but it's hard for me because I'm I'm super young in the industry and I haven't experienced a lot of life, or as much as year-olds in the industry. It's definitely a bit harder for me to draw from that because I haven't had many relationships and I haven't experienced those types of things. I try to draw from things I know. I think that it is universal and it can affect a lot of different ages. I've had moms come up to me that have been like, "This really relates to what's going on in my life and I'm still looking for the right guy for 'Hide Away.

D: They reached out to me because they had heard "Hide Away. I was a fan of their music too. It really worked out; I heard the song once and I just absolutely loved it. I'm really proud of the way that it turned out, but I didn't necessarily know how big it was going to be because I haven't spent much time in the industry. I don't know what works, what doesn't, but I definitely knew there was something special and that lots of people would really like the song. D: So many.

I would like to work with Ed Sheeran at some point, I really admire his songwriting and I just think he has a great voice, and great artistry. Who else? On the producer side of things, definitely Diplo, that'd be awesome.

TV : Given that you're really busy and working, are there certain ways that you still feel like a teen? Or any ways that you don't? D: I would say not a lot of ways that feel like a teen still, because my whole world has shifted from last year when I was in high school.

I feel like I was just kind of catapulted into the adult world just because I'm dealing with being in different places all the time and traveling and meeting new people and having a full-time job like this.

It's just an entirely different world, but I think I still relate to a lot of teenagers just through relationships and the things that they go through. I still get to see a lot of my friends at home, which is always fun.

I try to stay as young as I can and just like have fun with things and not grow up too fast, but at the same time be responsible and know what I'm supposed to do. TV : Even though your work is so fun, it's still work. What do you do to just completely chill out and have fun that's not related to work these days? D: I like to read. I like a lot of thrillers and entertaining, interesting books. I'm reading Gone Girl right now and it's super entertaining.

I like to watch Netflix. I like to hang out with friends. I love traveling, so it's cool that I can do both, traveling and music at the same time. New Delhi was one of my favorite places. I went there with my family a couple of years ago and it's just so chaotic and adventurous. I love that so much. TV : Is there anything in particular that you do to stay grounded and confident to keep pursuing your dreams? D: I think one of the best ways that I stay grounded is through my mom.

She travels with me a lot on the road. Growing up in a family of five too, it was just like we're all independent and we're all doing our own thing and we're all humble.

I feel like I don't get easily overwhelmed by things. I think that my mom really helps to remind me that I have a purpose and I have a job and I'm not like anything too special so I don't get a huge ego. TV : How does it feel to realize that your music is probably serving the same purpose for some girls that are struggling as other artists helped you when you were at various times? D: It's very cool, but also a sometimes-scary feeling. It's just the pressure that it creates. I know that I have a message that I want to share with the world and I know that it will always be positive.

I think it's great for listeners to be tuning in and to be relating to what I'm saying. Something that's been instilled in me since I was really young is just the value that we could really do anything that we wanted to, and that we shouldn't let society put us in a certain mold or certain lane because we are girls.

I grew up in household of five girls total, so I have four sisters. My mom co-owns a business with my dad so she was working and it was just kind of something that we all grew up with.

I think that's just something that's always been a huge part of my life, and I wanted to relay that to young girls growing up now. D: They're super supportive of me and they've always been my number one cheerleaders for my music.

They always went to my gigs when no one was showing up in my hometown. It's definitely cool for them to see how far it's come now. They come out to some of my shows here and there. I played a couple of shows in Pittsburgh, which was cool that they could see those. When they're not involved with their busy schedules, they come out and see me other places too. We're all in our different lanes.

We all do different things. We're not too competitive with each other. The only annoying part is when they steal my clothes, but that's fine. TV : What really inspired you when it comes to songwriting? TV : Who are some artists now who you would love to work with? Keywords daya.

Sit still, look pretty

Daya may be 17, but she's already got a full-time gig as a bona fide star. Her first single, "Hide Away," was a sleeper success — she soon followed it up with "Sit Still, Look Pretty" which is the title of her debut album, out today and a collaboration with the viral hitmakers, The Chainsmokers. That's enough to make anyone's head spin, but the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-born Daya is doing her best to stay grounded.

It is our sacred quest in this series to find the songs that even snobby music lovers can appreciate. Yes, believe it or not, there have been some phenomenal songs in the last few years that were cleverly disguised as over-commercialized ear worms. Which, I suppose, is a statement that demands explanation, so allow me to clarify.

Could dress up, to get love But guess what? I'm never gonna be that girl Who's living in a Barbie world. Could wake up, in make up, and play dumb Pretending that I need a boy Who's gonna treat me like a toy. I know the other girlies wanna wear expensive things, and diamond rings But I don't wanna be the puppet that you're playing on a string This queen don't need a king. Oh I don't know what you've been told But this gal right here's gonna rule the world Yeah that is where I'm gonna be, because I wanna be No I don't wanna sit still, look pretty.

Daya Releases Female Empowerment Track, “Sit Still, Look Pretty”

It was released on March 29, , as the second single from her debut extended play EP , Daya and her debut studio album of the same name Lyrically, the song includes themes of female empowerment. The single has also charted in Canada , Slovakia , and Czech Republic. A lyric video for the song was released on March 6, The song has also been used in and covered by the Barden Bellas in Pitch Perfect 3. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly , Daya stated "It's about being a girl that goes after her own dreams and really fights for what she wants, and not letting anyone get in the way of that. It's important for young girls to know that they don't have to act a certain way or depend on someone for happiness.

Why You Should Like “Sit Still, Look Pretty.”

It was released on March 29, , as the second single from her debut extended play EP , Daya and her debut studio album of the same name It is the follow-up to her Billboard Hot top 40 hit "Hide Away". Lyrically, the song includes themes of female empowerment. The single has also charted in Canada, Slovakia, and Czech Republic.

Could dress up, to get love But guess what? I'm never gonna be that girl Who's living in a barbie world Could wake up in make up and play dumb Pretending that I need a boy Who's gonna treat me like a toy.

Sit still, look pretty - Daya translated into spanish. Could dress up, to get love But guess what? I'm never gonna be that girl Who's livin' in a barbie world Could wake up and make up and play dumb Pretending that I need a boy Who's gonna treat me like a toy And all the other girls wanna wear expensive things and diamond rings But, I don't wanna be the puppet That you're playin' on a string This queen don't need a king Oh, I don't know what you've been told But this gal right here is gonna rule the world Yeah that is where I'm gonna be, because I wanna be No I don't wanna sit still, look pretty You get off on a nine to five Dream of picket fences and trophy wives But no, I'm never gonna be, cause I don't wanna be No I don't wanna sit still, look pretty Mr.

Sit Still, Look Pretty

A burst of her high, clear voice in the chorus flows well over the hard-hitting beats and tempo of the number. Weinberg is the prime content editor. Comments are supposed to create a forum for thoughtful, respectful community discussion. Please be nice.

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Could dress up To get love But guess what? I'm never gonna be that girl Who's living in a Barbie world Could wake up And make up And play dumb Pretending that I need a boy Who's gonna treat me like a toy I know the other girlies wanna wear expensive things Like diamond rings But I don't wanna be the puppet that you're playing on a string This queen don't need a king. Oh, I don't know what you've been told But this gal right here's gonna rule the world Yeah, that is where I'm gonna be because I wanna be No, I don't wanna sit still, look pretty You get off on your nine to five Dream of picket fences and trophy wives But no, I'm never gonna be 'cause I don't wanna be No, I don't wanna sit still look pretty. Oh, I don't know what you've been told But this gal right here's gonna rule the world Yeah, that is where I'm gonna be, because I wanna be No, I don't wanna sit still, look pretty You get off on your nine to five Dream of picket fences and trophy wives But no, I'm never gonna be, 'cause I don't wanna be No, I don't wanna sit still look pretty. Sure, I'm a pretty girl Up in a pretty world But they say pretty hurts And I don't wanna sit still I'm a pretty girl Up in a pretty world But no, I won't sit still, look pretty Sure, I'm a pretty girl Up in a pretty world But they say pretty hurts And I don't wanna sit still I'm a pretty girl Up in a pretty world But no, I won't sit still, look pretty. Oh, I don't know what you've been told But this gal right here's gonna rule the world Yeah, that is where I'm gonna be because I wanna be No, I don't wanna sit still, look pretty You get off on your nine to five Dream of picket fences and trophy wives But no, I'm never gonna be 'cause I don't wanna be No, I don't wanna sit still look pretty Oh, I don't know what you've been told But this gal right here's gonna rule the world Yeah, that is where I'm gonna be because I wanna be No, I don't wanna sit still, look pretty You get off on your nine to five Dream of picket fences and trophy wives But no, I'm never gonna be 'cause I don't wanna be No, I don't wanna sit still, look pretty.

Why You Should Like “Sit Still, Look Pretty.”

It was released on March 29, , as the second single from her debut extended play EP , Daya and her debut studio album of the same name It is the follow-up to her Billboard Hot top 40 hit "Hide Away". Lyrically, the song includes themes of female empowerment. The single has also charted in Canada, Slovakia, and Czech Republic. A lyric video for the song was released on March 6, The music video for the song was released on MTV on September 9, The song has also been used in and covered by the Barden Bellas in Pitch Perfect 3.

The song was written by Gino Barletta, Mike Campbell and Britten Newbill. Lyrically, the song includes themes of female empowerment. "Sit Still, Look Pretty".

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