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Stalking Gia Draws Inspiration From Michael Jackson For “Young Diana” Ft. Deion Gill

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Stalking Gia Draws Inspiration From Michael Jackson For “Young Diana” Ft. Deion Gill

Warner Chappell songstress Stalking Gia mainly plays in the electro-pop arena, but her latest release, “Young Diana,” takes a dive into the soul/urban world.

Serving as the follow-up to her successful offering, “Second Nature,” the rhythmic new tune, which features singer-songwriter, Deion Gill, boast a sensual vibe with a nostalgic feeling that takes you back to the late 90s/early 2000s.

Of the Noise Club-produced collaboration, Stalking Gia says, “This record was created during a writing session with Deion Gill. We met the same day we wrote the song, and it quickly turned into a duet. The melodies came instantly off of the main guitar riff. We then got to talking about Michael Jackson’s, “Dirty Diana”, which led us talking about the song allegedly being about Diana Ross. This inspired the phrase, ‘I could do you dirty like a Young Diana.”

Stalking Gia definitely has an artistic spice to her that has us watching!

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  • Barbara

    The song itself was never about Diana. It’s about groupies period. He just used her name because he loved her and most likely loved the alliteration.

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