Singer-songwriter Francesca Milazzo unveils the intimate and soulful live video for her debut single “Ghosting Me.” A reflection on modern dating, the live video for “Ghosting Me” displays Francesca’s range and sultry style.
Equal parts pop, R&B and blues, and inspired by what might rank as “the most awkward date ever,” Francesca’s songwriting hones in on the inclusivity of all walks of life with her narrative-based approach.
Unafraid to tackle taboo subjects head-on and remaining raw and real, Francesca Milazzo is the risk taker and rebel modern pop music needs. With sultry soulful pipes equally resonant over pop, R&B, blues, and rock, the Italian-American singer and songwriter channels influences as diverse as Etta James, Nina Simone, Alabama Shakes, and Kings Of Leon with her own soaring spirit. Encouraged by her loved ones, she dove headfirst into music, leaving college and a potential enrollment in the military. Through tirelessly gigging around New York and songwriting on piano and guitar, Francesca has created a unique smoky delivery and raw attitude in her songs.