Ladifa is a 22 year old university grad who loves makeup, hangs with her cat, and tik toks through her anxieties. She loves to dance and occasionally takes classes for fun. When she talks about her love for dancing she glows in an infectious way that makes you want to hit the dance floor despite your two left feet. Above all, Ladifa has a one in a million voice that feels wise and vintage, but also peppered with the stylistic flourishes the singers of her generation wield. Raised in the suburbs of Seattle to an immigrant family, Ladifa grew up getting lost in her own world fashioned with singing, music, and photography. Once in college she decided to slowly start teasing the world she created via her music. She started writing demos in garageband and posting covers on YouTube, one of which caught the eye of weirdo indie rock artists Shamir in the fall of 2020 after a friend of his shared it with him. Thoroughly impressed he reached out and immediately signed her to his Accidental Popstar Records imprint. The two got to work writing her debut single "Best of Me" via zoom, and completing the song before they even met irl a few months later. "Best of Me" is a classic lament about one's anxiety. Singing "oh well pardon me, I'm sorry I avoid the things that scare me", Ladifa continues the tradition of her favorite female singer songwriters like Tori Amos and Mitski. She wants you to feel that pit in her stomach that she feels, and then she wants to extradite it via her sweet melodies and buttery voice. The future is bright for Ladifa, and her hair is even brighter.