Even after half a year, Gigi Vega’s “Down Crazy” is Still Galvanizing Her Fans.

Breakout Music’s latest single, “Down Crazy” by Gigi Vega, has been available for half a year on YouTube. However, the track is still making waves in the industry and breaking records. “Down Crazy,” Gigi’s cheesy R&B summer pop song, was written and performed in response to her ex-lover’s desire to rekindle their relationship. Her message is loud, clear, and outlandish.

Blaq N Mild production orchestrated this catchy sing-along song, and Roland Tabor choreographed it. Both the dance and charisma of Gigi Vega contribute significantly to the emissivity of the music video. “Down Crazy” is a catchy summer song that will have you singing along. The song has a catchy melody and a lively beat that will appeal to Gigi’s fans.

Not just a recording artist but also a professional dancer and actress, Gigi Vega started writing music at an early age and grew up in the studios surrounding Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. Her father is a jazz musician, so she has a strong foundation in music theory. She is a regular on iHeartRadio stations across the country, and her songs have been charted on TOP 40, Hot AC, R&B, and AC radio stations. Gigi Vega made her debut in 2020 with the holiday song “Mistletoe Kiss,” which became popular on TikTok with over 15K videos and 10 million views. Gigi Vega has even worked with Grammy-winning producers 1500 or Nothin’ (Bruno Mars, Justin Timberlake), Tommy Brown (Ariane Grande), Blaq N Mild (Drake, Beyonce), and Hookman (Drake, Beyonce) (Jason Derulo). Gigi has officially gone national with her latest single, “Down Crazy,” which charted at #3 on iTunes and #19 on Billboard, with the music video garnering over 5 million views on YouTube.

If you haven’t yet watched Gigi Vega’s “Down Crazy,” watch it on YouTube or stream it on Spotify. Visit Gigi Vega’s Instagram Handle for more information on her upcoming projects. 



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