Born in Casablanca and raised between Spain, Morocco, and Switzerland, Ghita (pronounced Rita) was exposed to contrasting worlds and cultures throughout her childhood, influencing her own musical tastes and vocal style. Upon graduating high school in Switzerland, Ghita moved to Boston, MA to attend The Berklee College of Music, where she spent three years studying songwriting and performance before moving to Los Angeles to further pursue her dreams. Ghita gained global recognition during her 2015 performance as the opening act for Maroon 5 during the Mawazine Music Festival in Morocco. Her debut single ‘HateULoveU’ further established Ghita as a global force when it landed on the Spotify viral charts worldwide including New Music Friday, Fresh Finds, Hype New Music, Global Viral Top 50 and many more. The single was quickly followed by ‘How Low’, which was produced by Mickey Valen and co-written alongside Oktavian and Charlie Snyder.
Seamlessly intertwining her Moroccan influences with pop vocals and lyrics, Ghita’s latest release, ‘Mindfvck’, which dropped in late 2017 gained the attention Clash Magazine which described her vocal style as ‘vivid pop that arrives with bright color displayed in subtle hues.’ With her global influences and rolodex of new music, Ghita is ready to face 2018 head on.