Xyzsa Love Pagaduan is a 20 y/o multi-hyphenate music artist (composer, musician, singer, songwriter, producer, & recording artist) from Dallas, TX. From American/K-Pop to R&B/HipHop to Soft Rock to Broadway, her versatility is boundless. Her music pleases a myriad of listener-types as she seamlessly infuses different music genres. Her talent seems to have no limits as her vocal, instrumental, & lyrical prowess is evident in each song which delivers powerful messages meant to encourage, unify, & spark positivity.
Born-to-produce music, Xyzsa owns a vast & ever-growing collection of "Hit-ready" songs (500+) that she is self-producing & releasing almost monthly. She is becoming a collaboration preference for other artists as she can quickly create the perfect & unique tune or lyrical verse in "record time."
Like a "Mozart of Mainstream Music", Xyzsa is a prolific music producer & influential lyricist who can solely & entirely produce a song from the start of crafty lyrics with a resonant hook to full production (including all vocals & instrumentals) within just a few hours.
Xyzsa was born March 21, 2003 in Dallas, TX & raised in Rockwall TX. She is the second-born of 5 sisters, 2 of which are identical twins with cerebral palsy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZY58NkKSx4I
Nicknamed "Sick-With-It" by the soccer community, she was an avid multi-sport athlete who has won 2 National Soccer Championships with her club team. As a consistent "ID2 Soccer Player", she was on the cusp of leveling up to youth national team status. By age 13, she seemed destined to play at least college soccer until we identified "her greatest passion", MUSIC COMPOSITION. In her bedroom, she was playing the ukulele by ear & composing songs as a way of releasing stress from the rigors of constant high-level soccer competition.
By age 14, Xyzsa had devoted most of her extra-curricular time to soccer, so her music training was limited to just middle school percussion. With her father's advice, she decided to audition for entry into Dallas Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts "BTWHSPVA" (Erykah Badu, Edie Brickell, Norah Jones, Roy Hargrove, and Shaun Martin). Since she played the ukulele by ear, she auditioned for the guitar program in the school's music conservatory. Though she was disheartened to find out that she was unable to fulfill any of the audition requirements, she planned to attend the audition anyway, feeling "What do I have to lose?" Her parents subsequently bought her a guitar for the audition. Inexplicably, she didn't touch the guitar until she decided to make a song, the night before her morning audition. During her audition, she apologized for not being able to play any of the requirements, & simply asked if she could play her song. Long story short, after making the waitlist & having to attend her hometown high school for the first 6 weeks, she was MIRACULOUSLY & GRACIOUSLY offered acceptance based on her "raw talent & potential." She moved into her grandparents' home in Garland to live closer to school. With no hesitation through understanding that her opportunity was a sign from God, she left her parents' home & her soccer life . . . in order to pursue her DREAM OF A MUSIC CAREER.