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Zinnia is driven by her lifelong vision to share her creations with the world in hopes of becoming a positive influential figure in the music industry as well as in society. Her inspirations derive from all aspects of the musical world.
Zinnia [zin-ee-uh] is a 23 year old up and coming bass producer/DJ from Dallas-Fort Worth.
“Zinnia, learning/teaching herself the ropes of music production since she was 15. At the age of 20 she decided to pursue her interest in audio engineering and has since then thrived in mixing/mastering her own music as well as beats/instrumentals for other aspiring artists.
She began her pursuits of DJing in December of 2017 & her momentum began to pick up in August of 2018 when she began to work with Baked Up (based out of ATX) & H.A.M. Promo (based out of Dallas); since then she has played in cities all across Texas such as Dallas, Austin, Houston, & San Antonio.
From late summer through early March of 2019, Zinnia has landed her first headlining show/event, booked her first summer festival, locked in her first SXSW showcases along with three other showcases! Zinnia has also been booked as local support for artists such as PhaseOne, Yookie, Slimez, Havoc Roth, Blaize, KawtNKandy, Mystic Grizzly, Pixel Terror, Hi I’m Ghost, Hairitage, Lucii, Zeds Dead, & many other well-known artists/djs!
Zinnia is driven by her lifelong vision to share her creations with the world in hopes of becoming a positive influential figure in the music industry as well as in society. Her inspirations derive from all aspects of the musical world. Although since finding her sound, she gives much credit for inspiration from Explosions in the Sky, Jackal, Fakear, Sorsari, CloZee, PhaseOne, LSDream, and Seven Lions. She aspires to create music that is as powerful and vivid as fellow, “masterminds”.
Zinnia says, “through music I have found that other artists I connect with are the most “human-like” an artist can be, in other words, I’ve met many humble and talented souls that inspire me to stay grounded but also grind until I feel fulfilled with my work and results. I owe it all to music.””