Refined through years of pageantry, and interlaced with a glittering sense of style, Alicia G embodies the world of pop-culture to the brink.
Alicia Kristina Guastaferro cultivated her career in Buffalo, New York, being a classically trained vocalist from age eight. What made her stand out was her love of pageantry and dance, as well. In fact, at fifteen years old, Alicia had traveled the United States competing in beauty contests since eleven months of age. When she wasn’t learning music, or living the beauty queen life, her love of cheerleading and academic studies were prominent.
The world got their first look at the soon-to-be reality star when she was approached by the hit series on ABC, Wife Swap. The show made headlines, and when producers had twisted Alicia’s story—portraying an unorthodox and irrevocably damaging defamation of character—the Buffalo native found herself in a world of chaos. The damage grew apparent, and Alicia G suffered from years of mental and physical abuse from those around her. In 2013, Alicia G was interviewed on Dr. Phil regarding these struggles. In the long run, there was only one saving grace: her artistry.
Alicia G began working tirelessly on her musical career—finding herself through the culmination of a zesty charisma and a classy-but-sassy attitude in the world of rap, hip-hop, and pop music. In addition, she began cultivating her own sound through high-energy performances as a songstress and DJ—sharing the stage with the Goo Goo Dolls and playing radio-sponsored events.
Garnering the attention of multi-platinum producer, Andrew Lane (The Backstreet Boys, Miley Cyrus, Becky G), he quickly took note of her talent, and the two began cultivating a pop-polished sound with an unapologetic, in-your-face, lyrical structure. The songs were to be distributed by Drew Right Music Label, and in 2016, the collaboration’s first release, “Pretty Girl” landed at the top of the Independent Music Chart for three weeks making it a success, and strong foundation, for the reality-star.
And yet, if music wasn’t enough, Alicia G was on the verge of an even more monumental success that hadn’t been tapped into: Live Streaming. In March of 2019, Alicia G was recruited to join the ranks of the live streaming app called, BIGO. In less than one year, Alicia G’s audience skyrocketed to over 3.15 million fans that would tune in nightly to see the hip hop princess perform, DJ, and entertain. Her loyal fan base has been termed the AG ARMY.
Currently, Alicia G has been gearing up for the launch of her new single, “It’s Little But It Jiggles.” Produced by Andrew Lane, as well, the intoxicating rap track. When released as a promotional music video,”It’s Little But It Jiggles” received more than 1.4 million views in five days, putting it on the heat list for new music.