Raised in Atlanta, Catt McCreary delivers a fresh, sasstress identity to the pop world as a multi-instrumentalist with a hard-hitting voice, saucy lyrics, and sugarbop beats. Her iridescent style can only be explained as a kaleidoscopic blend of pop, hip-hop, and soul. From go to whoa, her musical prowess developed right off the bat, with piano at age 5 followed by the jump into drums, guitar, and songwriting by the age of 12.
August of 2014 saw the release of McCreary’s debut single, Home. Performing the song with legend Jon Batiste (Stevie Wonder, Willie Nelson, Ed Sheeran) and releasing her first official music video, the song quickly became a fan favorite. By 2016, McCreary had performed widely around Georgia, notably with jazz icons Wycliffe Gordon, Victor Goines, and Tivon Pennicott, all while showcasing her fierce vocal chops and badass percussive skills in her high school’s Duke Ellington Band Jazz Ensemble and indulging in Atlanta’s music culture. North bound by Fall 2016, McCreary chose Nashville’s Belmont University to embiggen her songwriting and performing, with Atlanta’s fanbase just on the doorstep.
With innate abilities for cultivating brain-staining hooks and double entendres, McCreary developed an identity as the charismatic, savage, and confident pop star. Influenced by the works of kings and queens like Justin Bieber, Doja Cat, Charlie Puth, and Rico Nasty, she had found her place in the industry. Accumulating a catalog of empowering anthems, her single Hardball solidified her cutting-edge brand. Hitting over 100K streams, over 20K monthly listeners, and placed on over 200 playlists– in just a short five weeks. With support from blogs such as York Calling, Scary Canary, and Keep Walking Music, Catt McCreary is set to dominate the music scene with hooks “built for a singalong” with “chant-like” verses, “sung with swagger,” and “clever witticisms.”
Catt McCreary is quickly cementing her fingerprinted artistry and trailblazing in the 2022 pop scene. The Honey Pop described her latest single Temporary Vibe as “sugary, but with a bite.” In this Summer release, McCreary gave her listeners a little taste of the entrancing beats and contagious vocals she plans on releasing as she paves her way in the pop world this year.