Mia Baron Shares Incredible New Piece “Hypochondriac”

Toronto-based pop singer-songwriter Mia Baron started singing at just 9 years old and turned professional at 11. When the pandemic halted her busy schedule as a live performer, she pivoted to releasing songs every few months with the help of her production and co-writing team Matt Kahane and Quin Kiu.

Her latest feverish single mirrors the pop-punk energy of Olivia Rodrigo. “Hypochondriac” is about the fear that something really bad will happen every time you get hurt or feel a little off – the instinct to overreact and assume the worst. This way of reacting is not abnormal, even if it may look to others like denial of something deeper. 

With a sound shaped by artists like Madison Beer, Nessa Barrett, and The Weeknd, Baron’s pop tracks are frequently filled with stuttering beats and moody vibes. While her lyrics touch on how challenging it is to figure out who you are and what you want, 14-year-old Baron’s songs show that for her, the sky’s the limit.

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