Tricia Battani is a singer, songwriter, vocal producer, and dancer from Austin, Texas. She was born into a musical family with both parents inducted into the Iowa Music Hall of Fame; her mother, Patti, a singer, and her father, Ron, a band director of 44 years. Tricia's sister, Tara, is a multi-award winning stage actress in Los Angeles, and her late brother, Nick, a songwriter, drummer, and touring musician.

Tricia moved to Los Angeles after high school and has since worked on music with legends Diane Warren, Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds, Kid (Kid 'n' Play), G'harah "PK" Degeddingseze, Antonio "Tony" Lamar Dixon, and Al Schmitt to name a few.

Tricia vocal produced jazz singer James Tormé's debut album and EP. James is the son of Mel Tormé, Grammy award winning jazz legend and writer of "The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)." One of James' songs on the album, 'A Better Day Will Come,' won The John Lennon Award.

Recently, Tricia completed country singer Cali Tucker's debut album (LaCosta Tucker's daughter/Tanya Tucker's niece) set to be released this year. Tricia's partner, multi-platinum Grammy nominated producer, G'harah "PK" Degeddingseze, produced the album. Tricia and PK also produced Bahamian Jazz singer Brettina's sophomore album "New Day," mixed by legendary 20-time Grammy Award winner, Al Schmitt.

Tricia has performed and co-written songs for six Lifetime movies; five of which were with David Kater (MMC, Sister Act 2) and Manny Streetz (TV/Film Personality/On Air with Ryan Seacrest.) 

Tricia's latest single "Yes or Yes" (co-penned with PK) is the trailer song for Netflix Film, 'Feel the Beat' as well as in the film's dance competition scene. Tricia has an EP debuting in 2022.