Tricia Battani is a Los Angeles-based recording artist, songwriter, vocal producer, and dancer. She was born in Des Moines, Iowa (living there 10 months) into a musical family with both parents inducted into the Iowa Music Hall of Fame. Her mother, Patti, is a celebrated singer, touring recording artist, crowned "Miss Des Moines", and her father, Ron, a band director of 44 years, jazz drummer (Sonny & Cher, Frank Sinatra Jr., etc.), and co-founder of the Iowa Jazz Championships. Tricia and her family moved to Austin, Texas when she was ten months old and lived there until she was seventeen.

Tricia's dad was the band director at her high school, where she played snare in the drumline, as well as being heavily involved in choir, theatre, and dance teams in and outside of school. She was a professional hip hop dancer at 17, performing at local concerts and events representing KIIS FM, the Austin Knights Professional football team, and Atomic Dance Factory. All three Battani kids moved to Los Angeles after school to pursue their dreams. Tricia's sister, Tara, is a multi-award winning stage actress in Los Angeles, and their late brother, Nick, a singer, songwriter, drummer, and touring musician.

Since moving to LA, Tricia's 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. She's released four original singles: "Dear Mr. Scrooge" written with her brother Nick, PK, and Franki Pineapple, "Follow You" written with David Kater and Manny Streetz which was featured in two Lifetime movies, "Why Should I" written with PK and Josh Blanaru, and "Yes or Yes" written with PK for Netflix Film, 'Feel the Beat'

Tricia has performed and written songs for six Lifetime movies; five of which were with David Kater (The All New Mickey Mouse Club, Sister Act 2) and Manny Streetz (TV/Film Personality/On Air with Ryan Seacrest). Their co-write "Follow You" is the main title track for Lifetime movie "Killer Dream Home" and is available everywhere. Tricia's song "The Fence" was written with Brandon Coleman and James Tormé and is featured in the Lifetime movie "Bad Behavior".

Tricia vocal produced jazz singer James Tormé's debut EP "Comin' Home" and his debut album "Love For Sale." James is the son of Mel Tormé, 4-time Grammy Award winning jazz legend, Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, and writer of the Christmas classic "The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)". James' song "A Better Day Will Come" won The John Lennon Award. Tricia and James spent many years writing songs together and performing live. 

Recently, Tricia and her partner, multi-platinum selling Grammy nominated producer, G'harah "PK" Degeddingseze, produced and co-wrote country singer Cali Tucker's debut album (Country Music Royalty LaCosta Tucker's daughter Tanya Tucker's niece). Cali's debut single "DANDELION" is now available. Tricia and PK also produced and co-wrote Bahamian Jazz singer Brettina's sophomore album "New Day," mixed by legendary 20-time Grammy Award winner, Al Schmitt. The duo also produced and co-wrote GEMMA!'s debut singles "ME", "FantasDik" and "BLOCKED" with Josh Blanaru & LynZ Wells.

Check back soon for the release date announcements for Tricia's EP, songs in upcoming Netflix and Lifetime movies, and new releases by Kpop and American artists coming to you soon.